Need a quick answer, will 32x10.5 TSL's fit on a stock 40? (1 Viewer)

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Got a chance to get some 32" TSL's and need to know if they will fit on a stock 40? Anybody know?
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rub a dub dub!
 
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flounder said:
Got a chance to get some 32" TSL's and need to know if they will fit on a stock 40? Anybody know?
Chad

Are the rear fenders cut? If so you probably can get by with rubbing
at a minimum.
Uncut? Unlifted? RUB.
I'd also guess the 10.5 on stock width rims is about at the limit of
skinny rim and wide tire. They would fit of course.
 
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I see 33x10.5s on stockies all the time with CCOT and TLC4x4 restos with mild (2") lifts...

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I guess it depends on how you "articulate" that question. ;)

Here's 33x12.50's with no lift and stock shackles:
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i run 33's on stock sagged out springs.
 

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LandCruiserSteve said:
I guess it depends on how you "articulate" that question. ;)

Here's 33x12.50's with no lift and stock shackles:
Holy s*** that looks familar..

That could have been me a few years ago....



Dam...
 

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2.5" shackles meant only rubbin on the inside of the fenders..
 
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I got those tires, if they're the radials. I LOVE THEM. Had them on stock springs w/ extended rear shackles for years and stock rims. You'll get some rub in the inside fender well in the rear, but they'll tuck nicely into uncut fenders. I now have a 4" lift (not because of the tires but for better ride) and still rubs on the inside fender but no biggie
 

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probaby depends on what kind of shape your springs are in, but probably close enough that a set of shackles would make it work. I've got 31 x 10.5 tsl's on saggy stock springs, they rub
 
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thanks for all the info guys!
 
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I'm running the 32" 10.5 TSL radials on stock suspension with slightly longer shackles. I was fully prepared to trim out the fenders when I put these on. I was surprised to find that they will just tuck under the rear fenders without trimming. I’m using 15x8 steel rims w/ 3.5” of backspacing and the tires do not rub either side of the fender when articulating. However when I’m barreling down a fire trail and hit a big bump, the driver’s side fender will occasionally hit the tire (especially if I have a passenger). I’m planning on remedying this with slightly longer shackles in the rear. These tires are great, I would definitely recommend them!
 
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