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  1. TJP

    TJP New Member

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    I have a 2004 Toyota Tundra. I want to put wider tires on it but don't want to lift it. How can I do that? What's a safe size tire so it doesn't rub? I have stock wheels on it now, I want to put new wheels on it. What size should they be? Let me know what you think. Thanks
     
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    If you buy them from Discount Tire they will let you know because if you buy them super wide they won’t mount just any tire on it and they will let you know the offset and so on just a idea.
     
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    Yep. Take it to any tire dealer. They can help you spend your money wisely.
     
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