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These tires are around an inch taller and an inch wider than stock on an 07 V6/auto Prerunner.

I'm wondering if anyone has noticed a change, good or bad, in fuel consumption?

How about 285's as well?

As a note, going from stock steel to probably 265/75/16 on aluminum wheels. With maybe a leveling kit.


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Joe T said:
These tires are around an inch taller and an inch wider than stock on an 07 V6/auto Prerunner.

I'm wondering if anyone has noticed a change, good or bad, in fuel consumption?

How about 285's as well?

As a note, going from stock steel to probably 265/75/16 on aluminum wheels. With maybe a leveling kit.


Thanks,
Joe
Probably not going to change a whole lot. Now if you go to 285's you might notice it.
 

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I have 265/75/16 that come stock with my 06 TRD 4x4 6Spd and I get about 18-19mpg.
 

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I have 265/75/16 that come stock with my 06 TRD 4x4 6Spd and I get about 18-19mpg.
That is not a stock tire size, you either have aftermarket tires or 265/70/16, which is the OEM size...


And they are generally 1.1" taller than OEM (265/70) tires, but the same width, unless your truck cam with 245/75/16. Then they are 1.3" taller and .7" wider.

The size isnt what would decrease your mileage. It will be the weight of the tire, as OEM tires are P rated 4ply rating, and most aftermarked are going to be C(6ply) or D(8ply) rating tires.. so you will get decreased mileage from the increased weight, thou I wouldnt say much.
 
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