Tundra/Sequoia Picture Thread!

Joined
Dec 31, 2015
Messages
135
Location
Mississippi
Rolled over 100k today.
88EB085B-8F99-4CFD-B774-582C2DD0D77C.jpeg
 
Joined
Dec 31, 2015
Messages
135
Location
Mississippi
What rating are those tires? I'm currently about to downgrade to 18s and am deciding between E and P rated.
They're E. It's hard to find a lower ply rating in the taller sizes. Plus it is nice having the piece of mind with more strength even though they aren't as cushy. Not to mention they tend to last longer.
 
Joined
Jan 2, 2021
Messages
79
Location
Ohio
I’ve got E rated tires and they are great……..people get real particular about tires, it’s very personal. Same thing with suspension, people complain about too stiff of a ride when 9 times out of 10, I like the stiffness and extra feel of the road.
 
Joined
Mar 10, 2021
Messages
66
Location
Virginia
Hm yeah I'm not sure what to do at this point. I like the better siping in the P rated ones since I do have to handle snow when skiing, but I also realize that E would probably be fine, especially since mine has the rear air suspension.
 
Joined
Jan 30, 2010
Messages
214
Location
Camas, WA
What rating are those tires? I'm currently about to downgrade to 18s and am deciding between E and P rated.
It all comes down to use and personal preference. P-rated tires tend to be quieter, have a more gentle ride, and get better MPG. Given the option, I tend to always default to E-Rated all-terrain tires, but our Sequoia is a user and rarely sees the mall or Starbucks.

Updated: We run E-rated 275/70-18 Falken Wildpeaks (highly recommend) for the summer, and use p-rated 276/60-20 snow tires in the winter.
 
Last edited:
Joined
Dec 31, 2015
Messages
135
Location
Mississippi
Hm yeah I'm not sure what to do at this point. I like the better siping in the P rated ones since I do have to handle snow when skiing, but I also realize that E would probably be fine, especially since mine has the rear air suspension.
Fwiw, these are extremely quiet so far after 5k miles. Like you hear nothing quiet. They are also one of the lightest E rated tire. They’ve handled well in all conditions I’ve thrown at them (dry pavement, high speed gravel, light mud, heavy rain… but no snow yet). If they continue to perform this well for another 40-45k miles, they’ll be my go to tire.
 
Joined
Mar 10, 2021
Messages
66
Location
Virginia
It all comes down to use and personal preference. P-rated tires tend to be quieter, have a more gentle ride, and get better MPG. Given the option, I tend to always default to E-Rated all-terrain tires, but our Sequoia is a user and rarely sees the mall or Starbucks.

Updated: We run E-rated 275/70-18 Falken Wildpeaks (highly recommend) for the summer, and use p-rated 276/60-20 snow tires in the winter.
I was thinking of the E rated Wildpeaks or the P rated Toyo AT3s. Luckily, I don't really need winter tires so just something that's more of a year round but capable in snow tire would be great. Appreciate the input.
 
Joined
Feb 22, 2016
Messages
81
Location
Fernley NV
Whose bumper is that one?
Winch compatibility?
Let’s see dem lights in it!

Grill is great BTW, once I do a few other $$-pits, I’m doing the same to my ‘12 Tundra nose.
The bumper is DV8’s three piece Tundra bumper. The lights came with it. The winch is a Warrn Evo. I mounted it bottom forward, though later I trimmed off the original bumper cover bracket and after that it probably would’ve fit bottom down.
84C67E4E-CCA6-4222-B85E-444E04EFF4DB.jpeg
 
Joined
Aug 9, 2011
Messages
22
Location
Austin, TX
Website
www.jasatx.com
8DEEC1B7-4113-40D9-BF00-465F82748273.jpeg
A73EE85B-C5F5-40AC-92E1-2F2A500B131B.jpeg
56FECD1F-9419-44EE-AA76-332BC27F68B7.jpeg
Sold my 2006 last week with 210k miles. Was super clean and gave us 4 great years of trips / adventures — including a 16 day road trip from Austin > New Mexico > Utah > Grand Canyon > Sedona > Tucson and then back home. Loving my 200 series now, but missing all the damn cup holders this thing had!
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top Bottom