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285/70R17 fit on a stock 2018?

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010+)' started by WhoDoiFollow, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. Mar 10, 2018 at 10:37 AM
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    i was wondering if 285/70R17 Goodyear Duratrac w/ White Wall Out would fit on stock 2018 toyota off-road premium wheels, as well as not lifted.
     
  2. Mar 10, 2018 at 11:15 AM
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    No, they will not fit stock without major rubbing issues. Most people put on 2-3 in lifts to accommodate that tire size, and even then, they will most likely have to do CMC and/or wheeloffsets
     
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    Your rear tires will fit, the fronts will not. You will have to get wheel spacers for the UCA rub, ditch the mud flaps, modify the fender liner and do a cab mount chop as mentioned above.
     
  4. Mar 10, 2018 at 1:06 PM
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    What if i was to install a 2.5" lift kit (toytec boss Lift Kit)
     
  5. Mar 10, 2018 at 1:23 PM
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    You would still have to do what was mentioned above, i run 285/70/17 with a 3in lift, there is no way that tire size will fit stock, with a 3in lift and TRD Pro rims however a spacer is not needed
     
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    Some People run that size with a 2.5-3" lift workout issues, some have issues, depends on tires I think. The duratracs aren't exactly a squared off tire so you may be alright after some minor mods

    I have a 2.5/1.5 on my 2016 trail and run 275/70/17 ko2 without any issues on stock wheels
     
  7. Mar 10, 2018 at 3:52 PM
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  8. Mar 11, 2018 at 12:43 PM
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    Your going to want to stick to certain rims that follow specific mesurements, you will notice most people use the same certain brands of rims, more people will have experiance with aftermarket rims, i just went with TRD Pro. Now for tire size i would think one size smaller 275-70-17 would have no issues, but i would wait for someone who runs that tire size to chime in on their experiance i only know about 285-70-17
     
  9. Mar 12, 2018 at 12:59 PM
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    What if i grabbed TRD Pro Rims, what tires would i use so that they wouldnt rub.
     
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    The same 4Runner everyone has
    275/70.
     
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    275 and if you want FN makes a similar rim to the TRD Pro and other rims made for our trucks.
     
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    FYI the fn wheels stick out more
     
  13. Mar 14, 2018 at 11:23 AM
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    So Fn wheels with size 275 tires would be perfect? Any recommendations on tires?
     
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    Tire recommendations are all personal preference. What are you going to do with them, what do you look for in them, how long do you want them to last, etc?

    I run BFG AT KO2’s and ran KO’s before the KO2’s. I found a good balance of wear, traction in snow, dirt and mud as well as appearance. Some will recommend Toyo’s some will recommend Nitto, some will recommend Michelin, General, etc.
     
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    I'm looking for one that's good for daily pavement driving, as well as the occasional off road. something better than the stock tires? (im assuming the stock tires arent really made for off roading)
     
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    Depends on how aggressive you’re looking to be Offroad.

    I made it to here on the stock tires and without airing down.
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    Yeah something like that to get started but i hope to move on to bigge trails
     
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    Yeah, what 4X4Runner said. I've been using BFG AT's since the late '70's. Great all around tire for on and off-road. I live in the mountains so the mileage warranty isn't a concern of mine. I have tried Goodyear Wrangler AT, Yokohama, and even some ProComps with not so satisfying results.

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    I like my ko2, quiet, look and perform great

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    I set mine up my TEP on stock suspension with 275/70 KO2s and the Six Shooters. Dustin specifically advised against the type X due to their more aggressive offset, when I told him I wouldn't be lifting anytime soon. This negative offset pushes the wheel out further, which means your scrub radius increases and you are at more risk of rubbing.

    Even with the more conservative offset, the Six Shooters are lightly rubbing on the flaps during turns (they didn't before with stock Trail wheels). I massaged them a bit with a heat gun, but I need to pull them back since they still rub slightly.

    Six shooters and 275/70s are about as big as you can get on stock suspension without doing major clearance.

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    So if I don’t want any rub I could go 265/70 instead of 275/70?
     
  23. Mar 23, 2018 at 3:24 PM
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    I just installed 285\70\17 duratracs today with the TRD wheels with just a 3" front 2" rear spacer kit. Looks great and on occasion get a little pop at full tilt and reversing. Not sure which lip of fender its hitting sometimes? front or rear but I dont care. Ill tweak fender lip a little for now. Just waiting on my addicted offroad front bumper and it won't matter anymore.

    Below is a pic taken today of the wheels and a pic I got off the forum of the bumper im ordering.


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    That’s not a 4th gen....
     
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    yea I realise that now its just an older year model though sorry. still learning the differences just knew the headlights were different
     
  26. Jun 14, 2018 at 10:04 AM
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    Hey,
    has anybody tried 285/65/17? maintain the same radius as stock, but increase the width. Do you still need to chop pieces off?
     

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