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2021 TRD Off Road Tires

Zeke305

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Currently have the stock 265 70R16. Will have to replace soon but want a slightly wider tire.
Do not want tires that are noisy as 80% of my driving is city paved roads, on weekend I will do
some off road trips. Any suggestions on specific tire brand and size that would not require modifications.
 
Currently have the stock 265 70R16. Will have to replace soon but want a slightly wider tire.
Do not want tires that are noisy as 80% of my driving is city paved roads, on weekend I will do
some off road trips. Any suggestions on specific tire brand and size that would not require modifications.
Stay with the same size tire if using the stock wheels, I did.............these tires are top rated.
 
Currently have the stock 265 70R16. Will have to replace soon but want a slightly wider tire.
Do not want tires that are noisy as 80% of my driving is city paved roads, on weekend I will do
some off road trips. Any suggestions on specific tire brand and size that would not require modifications.
I have 17 inch rims with Falken WildPeak AT3W 265/70R17 tires and they fit fine, just about an inch bigger than stock tires. they've gone up in price since I last bought them but they're great tires imo.
 
Are they quiet riding tires?

I have the same setup on mine as well (265/70's)... had them for about 11k miles now. I didn't notice them being any louder than the stock tires I had.
 
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