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I need some new street tires, mine are pretty bald, just got my 2nd flat in the past month. Anyone have any 265/70 R16 or 265/75 R16 with decent tread on them laying around? 31x10.5's on stock rims will work too.
 

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I think Greg may have some, he may have sold them though.
 

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Matt also has a few pairs.. I'm sure he will post up.
 

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jwbehm said:
I think Greg may have some, he may have sold them though.

mine have been sold. sorry
 

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ATLRoach said:
Matt also has a few pairs.. I'm sure he will post up.
That I do..





I sold the MT's but still have the other 2 sets. They are both 265/75/16


Far left is BFG Rugged Tail T/A- $80
Tread life is about 40% all around.


Middle set is Bridgestone Duller AT- $100 for 2: Other 2 are cupped real bad so $50 for those. $120 takes them all.
Tread life is about 75-80 on the two good ones. The cupped ones are about 25% at the lowest point.
 

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:p :p :p :p Do the math ... it's a simple equation (the classic metric/std conversion excersise)... sorry I'm search/patience challenged :D
 

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fenrisx said:
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OK I'm sober now. Lesse if I remember. Divide the width 265mm by 25.4 (25.4 mm/inch conversion factor) to get tire width in inches. Take that answer & multiply by the series 70 divided by 100 ie .70 to get the sidewall heigt in inches. Now all ya gotta do is add your wheel diameter and two sidewall heights for your overall diameter ... mathmatically speaking ... often conflicts w/mfr info if available ...

I know .... toooooo much info ... especially w/computer calculators around ...
I'm just old ... I like to know the why/how behind things
 

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crawlrunner said:
OK I'm sober now. Lesse if I remember. Divide the width 265mm by 25.4 (25.4 mm/inch conversion factor) to get tire width in inches. Take that answer & multiply by the series 70 divided by 100 ie .70 to get the sidewall heigt in inches. Now all ya gotta do is add your wheel diameter and two sidewall heights for your overall diameter ... mathmatically speaking ... often conflicts w/mfr info if available ...

I know .... toooooo much info ... especially w/computer calculators around ...
I'm just old ... I like to know the why/how behind things
Ed, I too, like knowing the how and why things, and this is great info! Thanks a lot! I have a great tire calculator, but now I know how/why it works! Thanks!
 

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what do the tacoma 17s look like?..maybe a three way trade for the ones off my tundra?..
 

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I think the backspacing would mess it up
 

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4inT100 said:
I think the backspacing would mess it up
There is about a 1/8" to 1/4" difference between the Tacoma and the Tundra ones with the Tacoma having slightly more backspacing.

I would really like to sell these or trade them for some 15" (or 16") aluminum tacoma wheels for this 86 4runner.
 
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