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Old 05-03-2012, 02:27 PM
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Tire and wheel fitment ??

Hello, Does anyone have stock wheels on their truck with 305/70/16s ?? If so could you post a pic? I am looking to get a set of factory wheels and put my current tires on them and they are Toyo Open Country 305/70/16s. Thx!!
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Old 05-03-2012, 02:32 PM
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there arent 305's but might give you an idea... pretty close to what you are talking about 285/70/R16s - Hope this helps

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They fit well and only rub if i really crank the wheel

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Nice,

Here's my new setup i just got finished with this past weekend

Fabtech 6" lift with 35" Toyo Open Country's

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Thx??? Looks pretty good!!
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Nice,

Here's my new setup i just got finished with this past weekend

Fabtech 6" lift with 35" Toyo Open Country's
That's not even close to what he was asking for...


Smitty, I know a bunch of people put 305s on their factory wheels, but every truck I've seen with them wears out the center, fast. I'd go with some 285/75/16s if you could.
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That's not even close to what he was asking for...


Smitty, I know a bunch of people put 305s on their factory wheels, but every truck I've seen with them wears out the center, fast. I'd go with some 285/75/16s if you could.
I know, but if you saw my first post it showed my truck with 285/70/r16s, what you just recommended - I was only saying i have since upgraded on my second post.
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That's not even close to what he was asking for...


Smitty, I know a bunch of people put 305s on their factory wheels, but every truck I've seen with them wears out the center, fast. I'd go with some 285/75/16s if you could.
Ya good call on the 35s..... I had those was back

Thx for the tip, I kinda thought the wheel would wanna pull the 305s together and cause that type of wear... The prob is I have pretty new 305/70/16s on a set of Welds on the truck now. I wanna puth the stock wheels on but really didnt wanna have to buy new tires tooo
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Nice,

Here's my new setup i just got finished with this past weekend

Fabtech 6" lift with 35" Toyo Open Country's

Nice truck!! Wrong thread.....
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