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Old 04-28-2008, 07:47 PM
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Tire HELP!?

I'm sure that I am probably going about this the wrong way but i'm running out of options...i know next to nothing about tire sizing and need info. I have 1 2000 sr5 Runner with 15" wheels...my question, what are the largest tires that will fit these wheels AND fit my stock runner with minimal rubbing...i know that the 265/75/ R16 tires fit the 16" wheels but I'm looking for 32", or close, that will fit my 15" wheels
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id say go with a 31/10.5/15 and itll look nice because 15" LT tires seem to be more square than pmetric kinda tires. you COULD try a 32/11.5/15 but that might cause some issues.
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oh, and keep in mind that tire sizes differ from manufacturer to manufacturer so check that out first. tires may be advertised as 31's but could range from 30.5 up to almost 32"
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31x10.50r15
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hmmm...thanks for the help

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yeah 31s. you hear what nasa developed? its called a search button. that question, seems like, is asked daily
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32.11.50.15 fit my runner stock so do 31.10.50.15
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give the guy a break, it's only his second post.
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32.11.50.15 fit my runner stock so do 31.10.50.15
But you have a 2nd gen and he has a 3rd.
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well people run 32/10.5/16's essentially stock, so i think you could fit 32/11.5/15's w/ a bit of pounding to the pinch weld area
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