T100 Wheel & Tire Size (1 Viewer)

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Any of you T100 aficionados have any advice relative to what the trucks will accept on the larger end of tires and wheels? Don't mind a mild lift if required. Looking forward to hearing and possible pics if you have em. Thanks!
 
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Any of you T100 aficionados have any advice relative to what the trucks will accept on the larger end of tires and wheels? Don't mind a mild lift if required. Looking forward to hearing and possible pics if you have em. Thanks!

You can fit up to 32's without rubbing. Initially I ran 285/75/16's (almost 33's) with an offset wheel, sorry can't remember how much, and they rubbed a decent bit. You could knock back the rocker, but personally I thought they looked too big without a lift on the truck. I then put a 2'' Ball joint spacer lift on the truck... I personally don't recommend these at all and would never do it again. I went through ball joints like crazy since this screws up your front end geometry and puts your ball joints at extreme operating angles.

So again, if I personally was to do it all over, I would avoid the lift and run 32's OR jump in and do a SAS asap :D
 
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Running 31/10.5R15s on my 1-legger T100 with ~2" lift up front and an add-a-leaf in the back. A little rub at full lock, otherwise it's fine.
 
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I have 265/75R16 on factory 16’s that fit well, no lift but with rear add a leafs
I ran this exact combo for 70k miles. Tires were Les Schwab Wild Country. It’s a nice proportion on a non modified T100. I will almost guarantee that this is the biggest tire you can run on a non modified T and have no rubbing. (Add a leafs are so mild they don’t count;))
 

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