Good point. Didn't think of that. But that said, if this....The issue I see here is that his main usage is carrying people in the back and the separate wheel carrier on the bumper would make difficult for people inside to get out
...then your spare should fit under the truck in the stock location. Effectively the same width and diameter as a 235-85R-16. Not sure why it wouldn't go under there.As for tire size, I'm running a 235/80-R17
Go lightly here, and make careful note of where you started so you can get back there if necessary.I'll adjust the fuel screw to give me a bit more sometime soon and keep everyone updated on if that solves the problem.
That's actually a Dutch VIN plate (I think), not an original Toyota one. Nevertheless, it looks like you've got a K082 rear axle, so 4.11 gears. Same ratio as mine, but I have the K085.Theres the plate you asked for to use your magical decoding powers on.
I don't measure it, the Colorado Highway department puts signs on steep grades for the truckers. The grades are noted on the signs. I've driven the road so many times I just know where they are.Also how are you able to measure what grade you are driving on?