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Old 09-11-2022, 09:30 PM #1
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Limited tires upgrade

Has anyone upgraded from the factory 245/60/20 tires to a 255/60/20 on stock suspension. If so, I am curious if the tires will rub at full lock? If so Iíd like to know either way. Couldnít seem to find it on here.

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Many people have without issues.

Whether you'll rub or not, is going to depend on the tire you get, and your wheel alignment. These two factors can make the slightest of differences and cause a little bit of rubbing on the fender liner.

If it does rub, you're left with a quick and easy DIY to push back the fender liner a couple of inches.

Search around the forum, you'll find many posts about this!
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Many people have without issues.

Whether you'll rub or not, is going to depend on the tire you get, and your wheel alignment. These two factors can make the slightest of differences and cause a little bit of rubbing on the fender liner.

If it does rub, you're left with a quick and easy DIY to push back the fender liner a couple of inches.

Search around the forum, you'll find many posts about this!

Meh maybe Iíll just settle with the stock size and just upgrade those to something with a little more meat instead of a passenger vehicle tire. I came back to my 4Runner roots after I left for my tundra,Supra, rav4 and so on of other cars but my 20í TRD Pro is what fit me the best. So here I am back but with a 23í limited this round. Thank you tho Iíll probably steer clear and just enjoy it with stock sizes then.


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Meh maybe I’ll just settle with the stock size and just upgrade those to something with a little more meat instead of a passenger vehicle tire. I came back to my 4Runner roots after I left for my tundra,Supra, rav4 and so on of other cars but my 20’ TRD Pro is what fit me the best. So here I am back but with a 23’ limited this round. Thank you tho I’ll probably steer clear and just enjoy it with stock sizes then.


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a few have ran the 20" toyo open country ATIII and haven't had any issues with stock size. they look pretty good as well. was considering those myself but opted for a 17" rim and went with the 265 size
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FWIW, I'm only about a month in, but I really like the Toyo ATIII so far. Did very well in heavy rain and ponding on a longer drive on Sunday. Maybe a little quieter on the highway than I expected, but sure that will change with age.

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