at tires that fit 16 inch stock rims

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  1. sport renegade guy

    sport renegade guy New Member

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    i was just wondering what at tires will fit on 16 inch stock rims , any info will help me out ....thanks
     
  2. Gatorade

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    BFG T/A KO2 LT225/70R16 They fit just fine - no rubbing at all.
     
  3. A.J.

    A.J. New Member

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    Falken Wildpeak 235/70/16 fits and they are $104 on Amazon right now
     

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  4. RocRenegade

    RocRenegade New Member

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    I just got 225/70/16 Toyo open country AT-II tires mounted for $580 total after tax and labor at Firestone. Fit perfectly no rub
     
  5. NightWing

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    do they fit stock ride height or do you have a lift?
     
  6. RocRenegade

    RocRenegade New Member

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    No rubbing, no life required. That size tire is only 3/4 of an inch bigger than the stock tires found on a limited model.

    Fyi, the Toyo Open country AT-II that I purchased didn't change my fuel economy. I am still getting 24.5mpg. they are quiet too no road noise. Half the price of KO2s.
     
  7. quixote

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    This is old enough you probably already purchased, but for anyone else looking at this...

    I believe Geneneral Grabber AT's, Nokian Rotiiva AT's, BFG KO's, and Yokohama Geolandar's all come in the stock 16" size. Several other makers make tires in sizes close enough to oem that they would still be fine to use. There may well be others I am unaware of.
     

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