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|09-19-2013, 10:45 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: League City
35" (or metric equal) tires - to fit 18" wheel
I just acquired a 2007 Tacoma. 6-7" of lift and in good shape, but it's got BALD tires...and they're all different sizes (smaller in front). Total FUBAR looking mismatched nonsense. Hey...drugs are bad, and this wheeler was clearly owned by a crack-head. No - I'm not some punk dealer looking to flip a rig. This was my brother's truck and now it's mine due to financial needs related to his personal life situations. For what it's worth, I am actually hoping to get it back in shape and when he's able I plan to give it back to him, but it looks like I'll be hanging onto it for a couple years.
Having said all that, I need some cheap-o tires. Mud grips, AT's, whatever...just need something I can roll around on for a few thousand miles while I get the rest of the rig in order and do some local trail running, hill climbing, etc...
I'm in Houston...anyone around here got some they'll sell. Need it to pass inspection, so I'd like to find 50% or greater tread life. I'm NOT looking for freebies, but don't want to spend more than a couple hundred bucks either. Be real.
Thanks for your help.
email me: [email protected]
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