: lift for 32's?


982.7yota
04-20-2005, 06:41 PM
hey, i have a 98 tacoma ext. cab and was wondering if i would need a lift for 32-11.5's if so what is the least amount of lift i could get them on with thanx, john :xbeer1:

briansc33
04-20-2005, 07:28 PM
You will need a lift 2 1/2 inches at least I beleive. Search the forum and you will find all the info. you need

TOYOTA
04-20-2005, 07:28 PM
hey, i have a 98 tacoma ext. cab and was wondering if i would need a lift for 32-11.5's if so what is the least amount of lift i could get them on with thanx, john :xbeer1:
at least 3 inches of lift(body or suspension).and a pinch weld mod.

amatoer10
04-20-2005, 08:26 PM
hey, i have a 98 tacoma ext. cab and was wondering if i would need a lift for 32-11.5's if so what is the least amount of lift i could get them on with thanx, john :xbeer1:

i have 32x11.5 BFG MTs on my truck with 2.5" of lift and only rub at full turn, which only occurs pulling out of parking spaces and driveways

Janster
04-23-2005, 05:26 PM
hey, i have a 98 tacoma ext. cab and was wondering if i would need a lift for 32-11.5's if so what is the least amount of lift i could get them on with thanx, john :xbeer1:

1.5" of lift is plenty for 32x11.50's if you run them on your stock alloy wheels.

I ran this exact set-up for many years, no problems.

The only thing you'll need to make note of - is running a lower tire pressure for street usage to ensure even tire wear. The 11.50" wide tire is *technically* too wide for a 7" wide rim. The lower pressure will ensure the tire stays flat on the road. I ran about 26-28lbs of air for street driving.

nastynate
04-23-2005, 06:12 PM
i run 32" M/T's for offroad.
1" BL only.

zeezromz
04-25-2005, 11:17 AM
1.5" of lift is plenty for 32x11.50's if you run them on your stock alloy wheels.

I ran this exact set-up for many years, no problems.

The only thing you'll need to make note of - is running a lower tire pressure for street usage to ensure even tire wear. The 11.50" wide tire is *technically* too wide for a 7" wide rim. The lower pressure will ensure the tire stays flat on the road. I ran about 26-28lbs of air for street driving.


Just wondering how many miles you got out of your 32s, running them at a lower pressure on a *technically* too small rim?

I'm thinking of getting some 32s soon, and am trying to decide if I should put them on my stock rims or get some new wheels. I'd prefer to stay stock, but not if it shortens the life of my tires by too much.

thanks,
chris

PrerunIT
05-17-2005, 06:09 PM
im not sure what the real problem is, ive seen a prerunner with 32's on it completely stock, they touch frame at lock, but thats it. other than that they fit in fine.... i believe a 285/70/16 is close to a 32 right?

hossmaster
05-18-2005, 12:27 AM
I used to run 265/75/16 on my stock dbl cab with stock rims and it only rubbed on the driver's side at full lock. But at 11.5" wide yea you need to air it around 30psi or just go get a 2.5" lift and 8" rims and not worry about it. Just be aware of the backspacing on any wider rims. I had a terrible rub on the passenger side with 4.25" backspacing on an 8" rim until i put a lift on.