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Hello people of tundrasolutions. I have a 08 CM Superwhite tundra and about 30K on it. Now is time for new tires, but due to the economy i cannot afford 24" rims. i was wondering if anyone has pictures of 275/65/18 or 285/65/18 on their stock rims. I want to get bigger tires bc the 255/70/18 look wimpy. I was wondering if any of the above mentioned sizes will interfere or be too big thanks noob
 

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Morning glory has BFG AT 285/65's on stock rims.
 

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Thanks maylon,

here's new



With 2.5" lift





Any more pics? I got anything from snow to mud and anythign in between.

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thanks man but i have stock hieght and non 4x4 so will those tires still be ok
 

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Morning glory had those tires on before the lift. They will fit
 

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Yup, you'll be fine running those tires. The only pic with the lift on is the middle one. The last one looks a bit leveled but it is just the pic angle.

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Yup, you'll be fine running those tires. The only pic with the lift on is the middle one. The last one looks a bit leveled but it is just the pic angle.

-rockstate
Sorry for answering for you rock. I think that the 285/65's look great if you don't have a lift. the BFG AT's are meatier too so they fill the wheel wells better.
 

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I am almost positive I have the same size. I have no lift to speak of, but did install air bags. I asked them to put the biggest tires they could on safely. BFG AT/ko's, of course. I would offer to go outside and double check, but it is snowing violently here in Denver, and I am comfy inside. I could check tomorrow. Point being, no rubbing of any kind, and a nice and big footprint for my snowy *** drive in to work tomorrow.
 

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wait, I just saw my own sig file. Looks like I do! Funny. I don't think my profile pics show them off, though. BFG AT/kos are absolutely the best. Great traction, minimal road noise, and last forever. After all the fees and taxes and warranties... it cost me $1500 all said and done. Way worth it, but prepared to spend that. I shopped everywhere, and (as always), Discount had the best deal.
 

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ok, last time, I promise. I do have pics with the new tires. The one showing the new horse trailer, (The long silver one. Sold the small white one). pic here, if I can get it to embed.
 

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I have the BFK KO's also and I would recommend them too.
 

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Sorry for answering for you rock. I think that the 285/65's look great if you don't have a lift. the BFG AT's are meatier too so they fill the wheel wells better.
Ah, you're good brotha! I love the KOs, just wish I (personally) would have gotten a few more miles out of 'em.

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Ah, you're good brotha! I love the KOs, just wish I (personally) would have gotten a few more miles out of 'em.

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How many miles did you get? I'm surprised you didn't get better milage considering that you didn't have a lift. My fronts are wearing faster than the rears but I may have it re-aligned and I plan to rotate every 5k miles. From the pictures I've seen your not too easy on tires!!
 

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Hello people of tundrasolutions. I have a 08 CM Superwhite tundra and about 30K on it. Now is time for new tires, but due to the economy i cannot afford 24" rims. i was wondering if anyone has pictures of 275/65/18 or 285/65/18 on their stock rims. I want to get bigger tires bc the 255/70/18 look wimpy. I was wondering if any of the above mentioned sizes will interfere or be too big thanks noob
The 275/65 is a factory optional tire size so they will fit no problem. The 285's aren't much taller or sider so they will fit no problem
 

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thanks guyz for all the help
 

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How many miles did you get? I'm surprised you didn't get better milage considering that you didn't have a lift. My fronts are wearing faster than the rears but I may have it re-aligned and I plan to rotate every 5k miles. From the pictures I've seen your not too easy on tires!!
Yeah man, I dunno why I didn't get better mileage. I tried not to spin 'em but in the mud it shouldn't kill treadlife I"d think.

I'll get 40k out of 'em. They're built like a brick shthouse too.

-rockstate
 
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