Tires size

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by Jac23, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Jac23

    Jac23 Member

    2017 Tacoma trd pro, I have 16”wheels, will probably upgrade to 17” need to know how big can I go on either rim with out any offset or lift, wanna stick with the fox suspension. Thanks.. will like to see anybody’s pictures with tires for a better decision on looks and rim size.
     
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  3. OP
    Jac23

    Jac23 Member

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    This is the truck and I will like to keep the trd rims.
     
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  4. rwhunt

    rwhunt Member

    My 2018 came out with245 16s. They upgraded them to 265 65 17s.
     
  5. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    265/70/17s is as big as you can go since 2005.
     
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  6. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    The 17 Pro is 1” taller stock and the wheels have a +13 offset vs +30 on the 17’s you can run 275/75/16 or 275/70/17 no problems. If you can find 275/75/17’s they would work, but could rub some. If you’re going to go 17’s aftermarket I’d get 0 or -6 offset.
     
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  7. jason.luster.50

    jason.luster.50 Well-Known Member

    255/85/16 is tallest you can run its a true 33 Cory's%203rd%20gen%20tire%20size%20FAQ.jpeg
     
  8. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    I missed the pro part.
     
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  9. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I’ve seen someone put 285/70/17 on stock and claim not much rubbing. o_O I’m guessing that’s going straight and not hitting any bumps? I’ve seen people put the same on the pro and have less rubbing. I wouldn’t go bigger than 275/75/16 or 275/70/17 without lifting it more.
    Pizza cutters haha
     
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    Jac23

    Jac23 Member

  11. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    So if I were to let's say trade in my stock tires when my truck gets in from the factory what would people recommend? I'll have a 19 off-road and would prefer stick to AT or a hybrid/RT tire. Going to be running 265/75R16 size. Plan on majority of road travel but plan on getting off the pavement 30 to 45 % of the time .
     
  12. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    These were two of my faves...
    Ended up with knock offs of the A/T that I wouldn't recommend but are fine for me... lol 20181113_191808.jpeg 20181113_191959.jpeg
     
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  13. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    BFG KO2’s for AT
     
  14. 2018TuRD

    2018TuRD Well-Known Member

    Falken wild peak at3w
     
  15. 2018TuRD

    2018TuRD Well-Known Member

  16. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    You got a picture I can see?
     
  17. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    Nice you have a lift? Also what climate do you live in? Meaning how do the do in snow?
     

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