Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

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    Default Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    Hey guys,

    I tried searching but couldn't find anything. I was wondering if anybody knew what the biggest size tires are that you can put on a stock 4x4 tundra. I was possibly thinking of doing a 3" lift but right now i am just gonna ride stock height. Anybody know of the max size? planning on getting BFG All Terrains. Any info is appreciated!

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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    Yes. 32". That's the equivalent of a 265/75R16 or 265/70r17.
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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    you must have not searched correctly because this has been covered at least one hundred times. follow the link in my signature below for a "how to" search article written by one of the moderators here. good luck.
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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    Remmy, thanks for the info!

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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    And, do not do a "3 inch lift". 2.5" of lift is the max that the stock front geometry can handle. If you want more than that, you will be looking at a couple grand for a 5-6" drop-shackle lift.
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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    I concur with Suckerswalk, no research was done. Can somebody please delete this thread?
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    Default Re: Biggest tires possible on stock 4x4 tundra??

    I have 275/70rx17 Yokohama AT's ( spec says 32.7") on my totally stock 2002 AC, on MB Motors 17x8 wheels with stock backspacing, and they have a rub at total lock in either direction on flat ground; add in some terrain variations, as in mild off roading, and it gets worse on compression of the suspension. I tried spacers to get rid of the backside (inside) rub, and got frontside rub on the fenders; took the spacers off. The tires are worn into the bars now, ready for replacement, and even now, with over 45K miles, they still rub; not as bad as when new, but rub they do.
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