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Wheel/tire sizing

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by WhoDoiFollow, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. Mar 23, 2018 at 12:25 AM
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    WhoDoiFollow

    WhoDoiFollow [OP] New Member

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    Will VTX 17” or FN 17” wheels with BFG KO2 275/70R17 fit on my stock 2018 4runner? I was told 275/70 would be too big and would cause rub, would 265/70 be fine?

    -opinions on what wheels to get if VTX and FN wheels have any other competitors?
     
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  2. Mar 23, 2018 at 7:15 AM
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    waydago

    waydago From a 3rd Gen Taco to a 5th Gen 4R

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    265/70 would be perfectly fine--it is the stock size.
    This is a useful link regarding tire choices and consequences of modifications.
    The first two links provide very valuable info about tire (and wheel) swapping. Major modifications may be necessary. The first one is very detailed and technical but informative. The second provides a table with real "numbers" to consider before moving on from "stock". If not off-roading a whole lot (i.e. needing more clearance from a lift and bigger tires) I believe in stock sizes for a lot of reasons. Mainly to avoid speedometer and odometer errors. Just my two pennies.
     

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