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Old 11-18-2012, 03:23 PM #31
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92 no lift (yet, saving up for 2" OME) 3.slow auto. have many ideas in the works
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So far they've held up great. The sidewalls are as strong as can be. They're are a great all around tire, don't self clean in muddier conditions though. I daily drive my 4runner and they are fairly quite on the road as well.
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37's on 15" rims?

Its been a few years since my last build, so maybe I missed something? I like to run 37" tires but on 15 inch rims and it seems that hardly anyone make 37s for that combo any more. I see that interco dose but not really into most of their tires.. Any reason nearly all 37s need a 16" or larger rim? Dont want to get new rims because their costly, and 35's are a little small under my rig... Its on 37 MT/R's right now with about 1/2 life left.. If you have any answer or suggestion of suppliers doing that combe let me know! Thanks!

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17 is the new 15.

Larger breaks needs more space.

Look into Putbull tires
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Stock with 31x10.5r15 BFG rugged trail on stock wheels pardon my photography skills
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BJ Spacers and OME 900 rear coils with BFG mud KM 32x11.5r15 on Tacoma 15x7
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BJ Spacers and OME 900 rear coils with baja claws radial 305/70r16 (33x12.5r16) on 4runner 16x7 wheels-plasti-dip paint
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BJ Spacers and OME 900 rear coils with baja claws radial 305/70r16 (33x12.5r16) on 4runner 16x7 wheels-plasti-dip paint
Looks much better than stock!
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5'' rough country lift + 2'' bj spacer and 2'' coil spacer and a 2'' body lift on 35 mud terrian km

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Maybe there's an easy answer here....

I've got the stock rims on a 94 with 235's. there is twelve inches from fender to rim on the front. I'm trying to decide between 30's and 31's(bfg at's). I really don't want to lift it....

Anyone able to speak on this fit from experience?
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31s will fit, assuming factory backspace on your wheels.
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