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Greetings.... This is my first post. I have a 2003 Tundra 4x4 sr5 access cab and am in need of new tires. My buddy has a set of Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac 265 75 R16's and I am wondering if the are going to rub with the factory set up. Do I need to level the front with the back to accomidate these? I currently have 265 70 R16's. :confused:
 

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mine went right on, at full lock pulling into an uphill parking lot you might rub a tiny bit. I'll put this size back on again. Enjoy your new tires. I have the stock suspension.
 

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265/70/R16 | 265/75/R16 | Difference
Tire Width: 10.43 | 10.43 | 0
Sidewall: 7.30 | 7.82 | +.52
Tire Dia: 30.61 | 31.65 | +1.04
Tire Circum: 96.12 | 99.38 | +3.26

Shouldn't have any problems

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Thanks.... That was fast and easy.... I'll get them on as soon as possible and post a new pic. Should look pretty aggressive. May still lift the front to match the back anyway.
 

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I have been running 275/75R16 for years, your odometer will be off around 5.2%. :amen:
 
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