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I recently picked up a 01 4Runner, and want to lift the truck, and put bigger tires on it. I need to know what I need to do to make a set of 33" MTR's fit, without rubbing, and without losing any turning radius. I really, really want to stay as far away from a body lift as I can, so what kind of suspension lift will help me get those tires in there? Additonally, what lift would I have to put on the truck to fit 35" tires?

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Thanks on the welcome!
I recently joined CoTTORA, and last weekend we made our madien voyage on a fairly easy trail... the wife loves it, and has given me full control of what happens to the truck!
 

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BoostedTurd said:
I recently picked up a 01 4Runner, and want to lift the truck, and put bigger tires on it. I need to know what I need to do to make a set of 33" MTR's fit, without rubbing, and without losing any turning radius. I really, really want to stay as far away from a body lift as I can, so what kind of suspension lift will help me get those tires in there? Additonally, what lift would I have to put on the truck to fit 35" tires?

Thanks guys...
taller and wider tires rob turning radius...nature of the beast. If you stick to the narrower 33s like 255/85 or go to 33x10.50/15s you don't need much lift, just some trimming. The wider 33s require more lift both front and rear to keep from rubbing or tearing fenders off.

ditto on trying the Yotatec guys; there is a wealth of runner info there.
 

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Oh yeah... my original goal was to make the truck compatible with most of the trails around here, without getting all kinds of crazy on it... now my goal is to keep it out of the garage due to height clearences!

Oh... by the way... we traded my wife's car in for the Toy... so it is her daily driver!

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there was a good writeup in the fourwheeler magazine about what you have to do to make what size tires fit on just about every rig imaginable, it was either last months or the month befores....good info
 

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Yeah but they didn't have any info on putting 38's or larger tires on a tacoma. I don't think they know that much about tacoma's or that 12" of lift and taller is possible IFS. It did show how much lift you had to have to run the tires up to 44's on the old yotas.
 
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