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Old 09-20-2015, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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265/75/15 tires on an 1986 Toyota 4x4 truck?

Can I use 265/75/15 tires on an 1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a two inch body lift?Currently have 235's on front and back.Would like to keep the 235's on the front and add the 265's to the back if that works?
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235's on the left
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Damn, I must not have searched well enough. Davez got right back to me and is going to sell me just the split rings.
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Can I use 265/75/15 tires on an 1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a two inch body lift?Currently have 235's on front and back.Would like to keep the 235's on the front and add the 265's to the back if that works?
Hey, I think Taco Bell is hiring!
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Old 09-21-2015, 08:11 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Try 265/75/15s on the front and 315/75/16s in the rear. Make sure you have it 4WD at all times
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Just posted this question as I need two front tires and some friends had tires to give me of different sizes.If i actually knew the answers I wouldn't have posted....and what's wrong with working at Taco Bell?It may seem like menial and degrading work to some,but people do what they have to.Thanks for the replies.
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I love Taco Bell and would work there if I needed a job, I was just letting you know.. incase you needed a job
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Thanks drnut,I'm 69 years old..but managing to survive.
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Thanks drnut,I'm 69 years old..but managing to survive.
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JonnDoe2,don't know your age...but when a kid calls you Sir,the pages in your book are also starting to turn.
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This is some what amusing reading this If you were to take a rope and wrap it around the tires and measure them the larger tire will travel a further distance than the smaller one , meaning that you will end up with drive line binding up when your in 4wd. If you're looking to burn them off on the pavement in 2wd have at it. I'm about 41 and your supposed to respect your elders , but I guess common sense isn't so common anymore sorry for the ass busting, could not pass it up .
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Hey, I think Taco Bell is hiring!
Please no. It is already hard enough to eat their food without hot sauce. If I saw a toyota with 2 different tire sizes on it in the parking lot...i will not eat there.
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Taco banging these days have you try things lately
and I'm running a 2557515 Pirelli drivers side
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Try and keep them all the same old man ....... Go buy some used tires
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Can I use 265/75/15 tires on an 1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a two inch body lift?Currently have 235's on front and back.Would like to keep the 235's on the front and add the 265's to the back if that works?
Since your questions isn't model specific, go post the same question in the General 4x4 section. I wouldn't want to the Toyota guys to have all the fun.
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