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Discussion in '120-Series Toyotas' started by Apounder, Aug 8, 2016.
how's the power with 35's? Looks great BTW
34's* but honestly didn't notice a difference in power!
Changed to a high clearance hitch and cut the rear bumper just cuz.. probably cut the front next and add a hidden winch.
What did you use to convert to coils in the rear and which coils are you running?
2in ome coils for a 4 runner medium duty. Just used the metal tech kit!
Trimmed a few inches off the front bumper to match the rear, bye bye brand new 34s because 35s are coming this week!
Why can't you live on the east coast I coulda bought your 40s and these!
Could you post what you did with the inner wheel well linings? Every time I look at my bumpers to trim I can just see the liner ending up like a floppy mess.
Yes! I’ll get some pics this evening. I pretty much just cut them out near bumper.
Went up to 35x12.50r17 and they measure 35 on the dot when mounted. So far no rubbing lock to lock with only the 1in coil spacer. Now just deciding what route to go with for my mid travel.... Kings... fox’s... radflos... ?
Curious what brought you back to the AT3W's. Value? Preferred over Ridge Grapplers?
Edit: What are you doing for a spare?
Being that this is my daily and more used for snowboard/ ski duty then off-roading the at3w’s in my experience are a little smoother and have better traction in icy road conditions then the nittos. Both are great tires.
Some more pics of the 35s
@Apounder how about pics of those inner fender liners. Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease