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#385036 - 10/07/05 03:11 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: lynchknot]  
Anonymous
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265/75/16 fit with no lift or mods on my 96 4Runner


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#385037 - 10/07/05 03:15 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ  
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Where did you get the 1" body lift? Can't find body lift anywhere to fit 96 4Runner.


#385038 - 10/07/05 03:23 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ  
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Where did you find a body lift for 96 4Runner? Performance Accessories said they did not make a lift for 96 4Runner. Need lift to fit 33 x 12.5 tires.


#385039 - 10/22/05 11:00 PM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ  
lynchknot  Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 80
The Great Northwest WA
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Where did you find a body lift for 96 4Runner? Performance Accessories said they did not make a lift for 96 4Runner. Need lift to fit 33 x 12.5 tires.
Here's some: http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/ForSale/Toyota4RunnerBodyLift.shtml#GenIII.1

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First, there are no commercially available body lift kits made for the 1996-current 4runners. Why? Well, for the 1997-current I have no clue. But for the 1996, I can tell you why.
More: http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/ForSale/Docs/3rdGen4Runner/index.shtml

Last edited by lynchknot; 10/22/05 11:11 PM.

#385040 - 12/29/05 08:03 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: lynchknot]  
lynchknot  Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 80
The Great Northwest WA
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ok you guys talked me into the Bridgestone REVO's. Firestone tire store is having a buy 3 get one free and $75 rebate. I'm going for the 265/75/16 on my stock 2002. I'll edit with fitment issues, etc.

Edit -
1. Rubs only driver's side running board on pavement. I might as well take both off.


I was unable to edit my post. This is just a FYI: Be aware that these tires pick up a lot of gravel and hangs on to them FOR DAYS. I find my rig flinging rocks for several days on the highway after 4x4 runs. However, the tires are the best performing tires I've ever owned - in all weather/terrain conditions.


#385041 - 02/16/06 04:07 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: lynchknot]  
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i have had a set of 33x12.50s on 15x10 wheels on my 92 4runner that is completly stock no lift at all with minor rubbing on the street only front at full lock and off road they rubbed quit a bit in the back but my runner has a lot of rear end sag. i had a set of 33x12.50s on 15x8s and they only rubbed at full lock off road and none in the back. now i have a set of 32x11.50s maxxis bighorns on the stock 15x7 alloy rims and have no issues at all. ow ya the maxxis tires are awsome if your looking for a new set of tires i would really recomend them.


#385042 - 02/22/06 12:58 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: lynchknot]  
GGold  Offline
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Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 54
CONUS
Yeah I bought my AT Revos after what I read on hear they seem to work great haven't had any real issues a little pricey nothing to really complain about though.


2000 4Runner Limited 3.4L 4WD: Brushguard, Yellow Optima Battery, Amsoil Air Filter, Denso Iridium IK16 Spark Plugs, Mobile Guardian,Eclipse 8435,Front Clear Corners and alot more....

#385043 - 02/27/07 10:41 PM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: GGold]  
thorn4run  Offline
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Joined: Feb 2007
Posts: 30
South Dakota
1988 IFS 4Runner
2" Body Lift
1" Ball Joint spacers
34 x 10.50 15 LTB Super Swampers
33 x 10.50 15 Thornbirds SS
Locker in rear
open front
A/C converted to on board air
rock slider/running board/air tanks

Not much to say about my rig its just simple and effective. I had to hammer back the floor boards in the front wheel wells to make a bit more room for the 34" LTB's because they measure a full 33.4" in height where as a 33 is a inch shorter (32.2"). Other than that I can't belive how well 33 & 34 inch tires fit with only 2" of lift.

I really like the LTB's for there price, size and traction but they wear fast due to a very soft rubber compound. They have a 4 ply side wall and 6 ply's under the tread surface so when aired down and with the soft tread compound they conform to surfaces really well.
The Thornbirds on the other hand are very hard so they last longer but it makes traction very poor. I live in SD so during the winter months the Thornbirds really suck. Not very snow friendly. They are a 6 ply tire that runs from bead to bead so aired down the side walls don't flex much at all. The other disapointment is with the 10.50 size the largest lugs are very small compaired to other size Thornbids. I'll never buy these again.


#385044 - 03/15/07 03:05 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: thorn4run]  
Kutter  Offline
Wheeler
Joined: Aug 2005
Posts: 229
Kansas
1995 4Runner 4x4 5 Speed
2" Body lift
1.5" rear spring lift
Michelin LTX M/S 32 x 11.5 x R15
No fit or rub problems
Ride is like water skiing on glass, very smooth and quiet.
Off road traction, don't know yet. Ofcourse these are mainly a road tire.


1995 4Runner Limited V6 3.4 Liter 5 Speed 4x4
1995 4Runner V6 Auto 2WD


#385045 - 08/06/07 08:05 AM Re: Tire and Wheel FAQ [Re: azrain]  
av8soulfly  Offline
Need a Spot
Joined: Dec 2004
Posts: 13
So Cal
'93 4Runner, auto tranny 4x4, locked front and rear, 15x8 black steel rock crawlers, 32x11.50 Goodyear MT/R, OME springs in rear, cranked torsion bars in front, no sway bars, Bilsteins all 4 corners.


DON'T MOVE!!!...Lemme get the camera!

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