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Old 11-09-2022, 12:19 AM #1
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34x10.50r17 Toyo AT3

First thread here and wanted to share. I debated back and forth for months before deciding and didn't find much info on these.

Toyo lists them as D load at 55lbs. Measure 33.5x10.6 running small like the BFG version.

Best part, and my initial interest they are sub 300 to 315 unlike the BFGs over 450 a tire.

I debated back and forth on 255/80, 275/70, and 285/70.

Searching here and elsewhere couldn't find much on them so went for them. I got them 298/ea from simpletire and shipped to a local installer.

For reference, I do have TRD Pro shocks with Eibach springs for the Pro and a 1/4 top plate spacer. Put me right at 22.25" in the front up from about 20 before. Back is right about 24 with slight rake.

I also installed JBA arms and Pro wheels. I removed my mudflaps in the front in advance and did the fender liner mod as well.

Post balance and alignment (3 degrees+) I have no rub. It clears the body mount by about 1/2" and the tires clear the arms by about 1"

Gave the height and width I was looking for. I plan to put a 255/80 as the spare underneath to use as spare only

Here are a few pics. Also have a YouTube link discussing as well.

I like them so far. Obviously are more of a 33 than a 34 but drives fine with stock gears. Can feel it off the line some but not really once moving.
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Old 11-09-2022, 01:27 AM #2
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awesome, thanks for the info.

were toyo's online measurements of 33.6 tall and 10.6 wide precise?
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Did you need to run and wheel spacers?
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Out of curiosity, what made you choose these over 255/80? Those were going to be my next pair (AT3 as well).


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according to Toyo site, the 34 is taller and wider. i bet the D rating rides a bit softer then the E.

Seems like an ideal size without having to run an e rated 255/80
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according to Toyo site, the 34 is taller and wider. i bet the D rating rides a bit softer then the E.

Seems like an ideal size without having to run an e rated 255/80
Makes sense, I just can't justify a tire size that I can't run in the spare well unfortunately.
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Makes sense, I just can't justify a tire size that I can't run in the spare well unfortunately.
I think it'll fit. My 285/75/17s would fit. They're 34.0. although I actually used a 285/70/17 as the spare, but either one would fit in there.
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That looks like a really great tire size option. It was kind of the tire I always thought would be about perfect. I ran 285/75/17s and they were very similar in size. Just heavier and a bit taller and wider. But overall I really liked the size.

It's nice that there's so many options in this size range now. Not long ago there was almost nothing between the 33 and 35 sizes.
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Makes sense, I just can't justify a tire size that I can't run in the spare well unfortunately.
throw a 285/70-17 in there. thats whats in our spot now. its close enough to work
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awesome, thanks for the info.

were toyo's online measurements of 33.6 tall and 10.6 wide precise?

Unmounted yes, pretty spot on. Mounted and with a load, more closer to 32.5-33

By far run small! Width on the pro 7Ē wheels is right around 10.5 though
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according to Toyo site, the 34 is taller and wider. i bet the D rating rides a bit softer then the E.

Seems like an ideal size without having to run an e rated 255/80

Yep, that was the 3 main reasons. Slightly tall (not sure it actually is though in reality), wider, and D load

The final was that I havenít seen anyone else local with them. Just wanted something different I suppose
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Makes sense, I just can't justify a tire size that I can't run in the spare well unfortunately.

Somewhere, referring to the BFG 34x10.50, someone said it would fit. I think it would but even if it did, am going to look at getting a 255/80

Itís very close to the same height, but a little bit more narrow so it should give a little more ground clearance underneathÖ I guess only by about 1/2 at best. I donít plan to rotate it the mix either just use it only as a spare
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Love that size of tire for these and it's what I plan on getting next. Looks great!
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BFGs are notorious for running small so even though they say 34" I guarantee they are a "large" 33".
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