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Hi guys,

I've been running stock size tires on my '99 X-Cab 4X4 since new. but the choice of tires is limited. Are the stock 265/75R15 basically the same size as a 31X10.5?

I want to run BF Goodrich AT's but they only come in the 31X10.5's. Looking online it looks like they seem like almost the exact same dimensions.

Diameter 30.7 to 30.7
Revs/Mile at 45 mph 678 to 677

Am I missing something or would this be almost an exact replacement?

Any suggestion for a different tire, I run ton's of highway miles (35-38 a year) but also do take my truck off road.

Jim
 

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Yep, exact same size. I'm actually suprised to hear of a 265/75/15. I don't know of hardly any companies that make that size and list it that way (as metric). Most just list it as a 31x10.5
 

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I might be selling a set of 31x10.50x15 BFG MT ko's if you would be interested. I'm not sure if you were thinking about staying about the same size, but just thaught I would let you know. I'm located in VA - 24064 if you would like to look up shipping. I'm asking $500. They have only been on the truck for 1500 miles on stock rims.
 

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Yea, I know it does seem strange, I have my second set of tires on now, the same as stock I think they are Goodyear Wranglers. In '99 they listed the TRD as having 31" tires & mine the 265's.

BFG AT's it is, thanks for replys

Tacoma4Life06, I'll pass, the tread is too agressive for the amount of Highway driving I do.

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metric tires

Just stick w/ a BFG AT! I hate metric size tires personally, even though mine are metric sized 325/60R15 aka 31x12.50 BFG AT's, hehehe. Peace, Wes
 

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Yep, exact same size. I'm actually suprised to hear of a 265/75/15. I don't know of hardly any companies that make that size and list it that way (as metric). Most just list it as a 31x10.5
Tons of tires are 165/75R15. I work at a Just Tires and we have at least 5 different types of tires in that size. We only have 2 types in a 31x10.50R15...It just depends on what you are looking at, all P tires are in metric, and most LT tires are in inch.
 
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