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Old 11-29-2004, 06:02 PM   #1
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What size tires on highlander?

Whats the biggest tire you can fit on a stock HIGHLANDER without rubbing? THX
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good question. I say go big...buy the 33's and figure out what to do to keep them from rubbing 2nd.....!
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Old 11-30-2004, 12:08 AM   #3
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You can go one size up on almost any car or truck. The dealers seem to put smaller tires there on purpose to save a bit of $. If you want to go bigger, try going to a shop that will let you test fit before buying.
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dont they have some really wierd stock size? like a 235/65/16 or something?

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If you mean a Highlander and not the Highlander edition 4Runner, you don't have enough fenderwell to go much bigger - looks like one size more is all it can take. The one out in the parking lot has 225/70R16 tires. Doesn't look like even a 235/75 would fit without some rubbing. Maybe 245/70? 245/60? 245/40? (kidding)

You can't go too big anyway - the drivetrain and chassis won't take much extra stress. The Highlander is a car, and not designed for it. (I'm not trying to badmouth it, a buddy has one and it's a very comfortable ride, but it is not an offroad vehicle - it's based on the Camry...)
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