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305/60/20 Toyo 4 21.05%
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post #1 of 5 Old 10-25-2010, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Less than 35" tires w/ 4" lift

I have been looking in to tires here lately because I will be due for some new ones soon. My truck is still going to get used at the track quite a bit next year....probably more than this year. Since Proxes are WAY too small for a truck with a 4" lift, I was looking at maybe getting a 34.X" tall tire. This will get me closer to where I need to be with 3.73 gears and seems like it would be enough meat for a small lift.

The two tires I would choose between would be a 305/60/20 Toyo AT and a 295/60/20 Nitto Terra Grappler. The Toyo is 34.3" tall and 12.6" wide. The Nitto is 34.45" tall and 12.36" wide.

What do you guys think? And if anyone has pics of their 4" lifted truck with 34.X" tires, please post them up. Thanks!

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i say throw some 40s on that bad boy!

but seriously, i would go with the 35s. i know you will be at the track a lot, but i think anything smaller than that wont look good.


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Why not have a set of track tires on some cheap rims??

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I voted for the Toyo 305's. They are notorious for being a great tire and look really good for an AT in my opinion.

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