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Largest Tire on the Original Wheels

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Willskaf, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. Sep 10, 2019 at 3:41 PM
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    Willskaf

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    Hi Fellas,
    What the the largest tire I can put on my 2019 Tundra TRD OffRoad without rubbing and without any lift? I know it makes a difference on which Tundra. I heard that The TRD Off Road is Slightly higher from the stock so It might help.
    Does any one have these size tires on their Tundra without a lift or leveling kit that can post a picture please? Let me know of any rubbing at all in all situations. Turning, Off-Road, etc...... I want to keep it stock without a lift or leveling kit.

    BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 305/70/18
    BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 305/65/18
    BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 295/70/18
     
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  3. Sep 10, 2019 at 3:54 PM
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    I saw a YouTube video with a BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 305/65/18. He mentioned that he had no rubbing at all but he had to remove the front mud flap only . I'm wondering if that's correct and if anyone else have done that. Also, I'm wondering if the BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 305/70/18 would rub and if it does, maybe the BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 295/70/18 would look better than the BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 305/65/18 if no rubbing of-course
     
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    305/65/18 isn’t too much taller than stock so shouldn’t hit anything. 305 though calls for a 8.5 in min wheel width. I would double check that tire shop will still warranty on 8 inch wheel?
     
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    Unfortunately BFG doesn't make the KO2's in a 295/70/18. I wish they did, I have them on my GX470 and I think they do really well even though alot of people dont care much for them. I am looking at the dick cepek trail country exp in 295/70/18. They seems to have a good weight to toughness ratio. Still waiting for some more reviews on them since they are still fairly new.
     
  7. Sep 11, 2019 at 10:36 AM
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    That's correct. BFG does not make the 295/70/18. I just noticed. Thanks Lobodog1.
    I just went to my local tire shop. The owner has the Tundra TRD OffRoad stock with no Lift or leveling kit. He had the Toyo 295/70/18. Looks good but he had the remove the front mud flap that sits on the front of the tire not back of it and he also had to bend the stock skid plate slightly. I dont mind to take off the mud flap, but I definitely don't wanna mess with the skid plate. Do you think the 305/65/18 would work better? Does anyone have those on currently on a stock Tundra . Please post pics if you do. Thank Fellas
     
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    The stock skid plates are pretty thin, so you could replace it with an aftermarket. The aftermarket skids are usually designed with larger tires in mind, so they should fit without modification. Yes, it is an added expense, but it is also added protection.

    I personally ordered from @RCIoffroad and I assume their skid would fit your desired tires. Tagged them so they can verify.
     
  9. Sep 11, 2019 at 2:13 PM
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    Thanks fro the info AzureNightmare. I appreciate the info.
    I'm surprised no one here has the BFG 305/65/18 on their stock Tundra to see what it looks like and some imput. Hummmmm. Anyone????
     
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    LOL. I like the easy way . I'm getting too old to work harder. LOL
     
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    Wow, Nice info link AzureNightmare. I appreciate you
     
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    If you aren’t lifting at all, maybe consider 295/65/18 if you want goodyear duratrac

    Or 285/65/18 which looks a little meatier than stock
     
  14. Sep 11, 2019 at 5:40 PM
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    No. I will not be lifting. But i definitely would not go with the 285/65/18. Not much of an upgrade than the stock . I really would love either the 295/70/18 or the 305/65/18 if someone did that on the forum and can provide a personal experience information.
     
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    Hbjeff, do you have the Goodyears 295/65/18 ?
     
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