Daily driver with 33's & 4.56's & can still toodle over the speed limit, once I get going. Hahaha. Looking @ 35's later this spring. Shouldn't be a problem.ynot said:i have an 89 22re, with changing gears and light mods(exhaust, headers, intake) how big of tires can i put on this thing? would still like to go over the speed limit, and a little off roading capable. thanks
I'm not positive, but I thought the query was about a 22RE 'Yota, not a Taco 4-banger.Andrew123654 said:Im not positive but I think cornfeds truck is a 4 cyl....
Do they make gears higher than 5.29 for the 8" toy diff? I thought that was the biggest and from what I've read the bigger the ratio the weaker the diff, so more prone to breakage.Renaud33 said:I have read that for offroading you shouldn't go any higher then 5.29 gears. Anything bigger is prone to breakage with offroading abuse.
As stated before you can probably go as big as you want to with the right amount of $$$. However, for stock toy axels you can only go up to 5.29(I think), and 35-37 seem to be the best combinations. Any bigger and you start losing your upper gears on the tranny. Once you go bigger that 37s I would worry more about how are you going to stop instead of how fast you can go,...lol Then again I am use to my civic which weights about 2700 lbs and stops on a dime. Oh and now I save parking space, I park my civic under my 83 toy on 35synot said:i have an 89 22re, with changing gears and light mods(exhaust, headers, intake) how big of tires can i put on this thing? would still like to go over the speed limit, and a little off roading capable. thanks
twistytaco said:they make 5.71 for a toy 8", on my old 4runner i ran 38's with 5.29s on a worn out 22re and could run up to 75 before the vibrations got too bad.