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Conversation Between okieford4x4 and NorCal-09
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  1. NorCal-09
    02-16-2011 01:03 AM - permalink
    I went from an approx. 32" tire to an approx. 35" tire, so it sits approx. 1.5" taller now with the Toyos.

    As I reported in a couple of other threads, I could only find that size I wanted in the Toyo and GY tire with the dual pattern tread face (forget the exact name now) there was one other as I recall, but it did not look as good, may have been Nitto?

    I am happy with the Toyo's in the A/T version and may try their M/T version for a change, next go-round.

    And as I reported in one of the leveling kit threads, I did not touch the rear end. The front 2" leveling kit brought the truck up in front, exactly level with the rear height, as measured on a very level surface, from the ground up to the lower lip of the center of the fender wheel well.

    I am very happy with my truck. Hope this helps!
  2. okieford4x4
    02-12-2011 05:07 AM - permalink
    Hey NorCal I am curently struggling with the same choice as you were. I also have a 09 supercrew that I want to replace tires on. I plan on keeping factory wheels like you. When you had your 2" leveling kit installed did that include anything on the rear. If you had to guess how much taller is your truck now than when it was? Ive been looking at tires in that tire size not that many to choose from. I was set on the goodyear silent armor tire but dont they dont seem to make them that size. What other tires were you considering if you dont mind me asking? Ive been in circles trying to figure out what I need to do. I do like your truck just hard to tell how tall it is. Thanks for any direction you can give me.

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