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Biggest tires on a 5th gen without lift?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Rvan746, Aug 21, 2015.

  1. Aug 21, 2015 at 5:37 PM
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    I have 2015 4Runner, currently stock and looking to put TRD rims and tires on it, what's biggest tires I can fit without lift kit? Also will TRD rims and tires fit on base SR5 model?
     
  2. Aug 21, 2015 at 9:11 PM
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    Very common question. I ran a 285/70/17 BFG KM2 on my old 2011 trail. It rubbed but was bearable IMO. You need to eventually get a lift with that tire. You Should be able to switch to a TRD wheel but when you get a lift you will need spacers most likely.
     
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  3. Aug 21, 2015 at 9:19 PM
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    Ok so the 17 inch TRD wheels with 31.5 Nitto Terra Grapplers will rub without lift?
     
  4. Aug 21, 2015 at 9:48 PM
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  5. Sep 26, 2015 at 7:32 AM
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    Just bought the 2015 SR5 premium couldn't get the trail because I needed the 3rd row. Do you think those tires will fit? I wasn't sure if there is any difference in height of the two?
     
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    New member, just purchased 2016 black Trail Premium. In process of mods.

    NW4R- rig looks great. Mind if I ask what wheels those are? Currently looking at changing out factory parts.
     
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    Hello, fellow Runners. I'd like to get a more aggressive stance on the truck. Does anyone know what is the max tire size I can run on stock rims without rubbing/worrying about early bearing replacement? Also, opinions on spacers/combination of tires and spacers? Not looking to lift... Much appreciated.
     
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    2.5/1.5 275 KO2
    I ran 275/70/17 bfg ko2 before I installed my lift with no issues.

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  9. May 25, 2018 at 11:01 AM
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    I'm in the same situation. Selling my awesome Tacoma to get 3rd row seat so whole family can go on trails with me. Really want TRD but need seats.
     
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    No problems here. I have 285/17 Nitto Grapplers on stock wheels with no lift. There's no rubbing with just minimal bumper trimming and the mudflaps held back with zip ties. The TRD wheels are only 7 inches wide vs. the stock wheels at 7 1/2 inches so I don't know if that would make enough difference to cause trouble.


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    Hmmm. Looks like i need to see if dealer will make a deal on some 285/70 tires when i buy my T4R. Will have my SCS Ray10 rims off the Tacoma ready to swap in.
     
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    TRD wheels, 265/70/17 KO2's, Bilstein 5100's .85
    To be safe, 275/70/17 is max without lift. The guys who don't get rubbing are lucky, but I bet that is driving down the road. Any flex while on uneven surfaces is a different story. If you get some flex, I bet they rub like crazy. It is not worth it IMHO. Get a lift for 285, you can stay stock with 275.
     
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    Looks like 275s are mostly E rating. Seems heavy. How do they ride?
     
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    I'm not trying to be a dick or anything but everybody says different things and have their own opinions. You said you'll need spacer to not rub, some said spacer will even cause more rubbing, and they've experienced it.
     
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    Depends on your model and rim offset, limited has stock 245/60R20 with 15 offset. A 265/70/R17 will rub on a limited with TRD rims, 4 offset
     
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    I have a 2018 sr5 and plan on some 17x8.5 wheels can I run a 285/79/17 on stock height.
     
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    NO WAY, you'll rub the shit out of your fender liner, mud flap, and even body mount, because that's around 34" tire.
    The largest tire you can run on stock suspension is 275/70R17, some people even run 285/70R17 on stock height but I personally don't think that's a good idea
     
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    Could I drive through a cornfield with no rub on 275-70-17 tires on stock rims/suspension? (2018 SR5)
     
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    I have a 2018 Limited and I'd like to put TRD 17" wheels with a 265/70/17 tire. Would the rubbing be bearable? is it fixed with slight bumper trimming?
     
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    It is very unlikely for stock size tire of 265/70R17 to rub. But it will also depends on variable factors such as tire types, wheel spacer or not, backspace, and offset measurements.
     
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    Same size in ko2's (imo) on the TRD wheel give a great look (and look beefier).

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    Stock tire size on limited is 245/60/R20 not 265/70/R17 that comes on ALL other models. Diameter of both these tires are the same, however, there is almost an inch difference in width. Anyone running TRD rims with plus 4 offset and a 265 wide tire on a LIMITED will have slight rubbing. They will fit all other models with no issue.
     
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