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Wheels / Tires The journey to 35s!

nv_blazin_trd

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Well I’ve had my Tacoma a year. I’ve done a few things here and there and now I think I’m ready for 35s. So after research I am aware and fine with chopping up my body mount and welding a plate, beating down the pinch weld, and I’m having the spindle reinforcement ordered here shortly. I have a 3” level currently, however, I’m slowly going to the high maintenance long travel piece by piece. My question is, stuffing these bad 315/75r16 on my 16x9 rims, will the tires clear my factory front bumper? Or will I end up ripping it off the second I stuff the tires on an off road adventure? People with 35s have long travel from what I’ve seen and aftermarket bumpers. Haven’t seen one with the factory front bumper without a 6” lift yet.
 

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nv_blazin_trd

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Just an update for anyone that comes across this thread - I was over thinking this.
I'm on 315/75r16 now and have been for 3 years.
Lots of cutting and weld - cmc, pinch weld, fenders, etc.
I'm going to go 37s next still with the factory bumper (my 4runner has aftermarket bumpers so I would like to keep my tacoma with factory style bumpers)
Just send it 🤙
 

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Just an update for anyone that comes across this thread - I was over thinking this.
I'm on 315/75r16 now and have been for 3 years.
Lots of cutting and weld - cmc, pinch weld, fenders, etc.
I'm going to go 37s next still with the factory bumper (my 4runner has aftermarket bumpers so I would like to keep my tacoma with factory style bumpers)
Just send it 🤙
37s are a deep rabbit hole so be prepared for a fun ride....personally cant wait to get them back on my rig!
 

Tacobeltran

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Just an update for anyone that comes across this thread - I was over thinking this.
I'm on 315/75r16 now and have been for 3 years.
Lots of cutting and weld - cmc, pinch weld, fenders, etc.
I'm going to go 37s next still with the factory bumper (my 4runner has aftermarket bumpers so I would like to keep my tacoma with factory style bumpers)
Just send it 🤙
Hell yeah dude
Just an update for anyone that comes across this thread - I was over thinking this.
I'm on 315/75r16 now and have been for 3 years.
Lots of cutting and weld - cmc, pinch weld, fenders, etc.
I'm going to go 37s next still with the factory bumper (my 4runner has aftermarket bumpers so I would like to keep my tacoma
Just an update for anyone that comes across this thread - I was over thinking this.
I'm on 315/75r16 now and have been for 3 years.
Lots of cutting and weld - cmc, pinch weld, fenders, etc.
I'm going to go 37s next still with the factory bumper (my 4runner has aftermarket bumpers so I would like to keep my tacoma with factory style bumpers)
Just send it 🤙
Hell yeah, thanks for updating this, jumping to 35s needed some light at the end of the tunnel lol
 
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