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Do you think the Toyo Open Country AT 285/75R18 with stock rims will fit on my new 2007 tundra DC 4x4 without rubbing? (stock truck no lift yet)? Or what about the toyo Open Country MT (more aggressive) 33X12.50R18s?

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How loud are they going to be on the road they look good
 

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Do you think the Toyo Open Country AT 285/75R18 with stock rims will fit on my new 2007 tundra DC 4x4 without rubbing? (stock truck no lift yet)? Or what about the toyo Open Country MT (more aggressive) 33X12.50R18s?

Jason
I put 285/65/18 on my stock wheels...There is only 3/4" clearance from tire to upper control arm,,,And they rub at full turn on the metal skid plate (front inner),,,,33/12.50's would rub hard in a number of places....
 

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The Titan uses a 33" (285/70/17) STOCK on their OffRoad version.

I think those Toyos would fit and if they didn't all you would need is a cheap leveling spacer kit.

The Toyo A/T are Very Quiet/Excellent pavement tires.
 

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I am looking at these tires as well.... Anyone else out there tried this size??? I do have a 3'' level kit im thinking they would do ok, yet i am hesitant to pull the trigger:mellow:
 

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285/75/18 will fit stock rims no problem. But you will need a leveling kit to make them work. They are 34.8" OD. I have them...and actually have them up for sale.
 
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