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    Default Best Tires for a Toyota?

    What are the best looking tires to put under a Toyota? I kinda like the Iroks, or Pitbull Growlers but what do you guys think?

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    I don't know much about either but from what I've seen the Pitbulls do they're great tires. My brother also has the pitbull Growlers on his 1:1

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    Round ones.
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    Rubber ones?

    Growler's are a pre-order, so that's not really in the cards for right now. What looks best is really up to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pardonmyn00b View Post
    Round ones.
    No, I dislike round tires
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    Rubber ones?

    Growler's are a pre-order, so that's not really in the cards for right now. What looks best is really up to you.
    I guess I will probably buy Iroks, I like the look of those!

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    If you go IROK's, go 1.55's. The 1.9 and 1.7's are way too big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    If you go IROK's, go 1.55's. The 1.9 and 1.7's are way too big.
    Yup, I'd go 1.55s, I should compare the tires heights actually...

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    That's a bit of a problem for me these days.... the heights. I want 1.55 rims (got that) and a tire that's a 32-34 scale tire. All the 1.55 tires out there are something like a 27 inch or a 42 inch. There's basically nothing worth looking at in the 3.25 measured diameter, and that's so dumb. I don't know why no one is making a STOCK tire for our trucks. All my smaller bodied rigs need this size tire to be 'stock' and I can't find them anywhere.. I can cut and glue them, but then they're not legal for class 1.

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    I'm so agree with you ! I can't find a decent mid-sized tire neither. Mud Trashers, and Rock Crushers are about the only one in that range.

    I'm glad, I'm not alone anymore.

    And as for "I don't know why no one is making a STOCK tire for our trucks", Pitbull asked the size people wanted for there new 1.55 : http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/tires...ml#post3904948

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    im in with you two...

    problem is all the great performing tires are built to class limits leaving us with monster tires...

    I wont run a 2.2 pitbull and I LOVE PITBULL! the tires are too big though... ill use there 1.55 growler, but on a 1.9 so it looks proper... its getting to be a pain to find good scale tires.

    going to have to start practicing cut and shuts

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