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I have a 2006 Titan LE Crewcab. I would like to get larger offroad tires without spending the money for lifts just yet. Has anyone figured out the max tire size with stock oem equipment?
 

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I have a 2006 Titan LE Crewcab. I would like to get larger offroad tires without spending the money for lifts just yet. Has anyone figured out the max tire size with stock oem equipment?
if you don't have a leveling kit then 33's are about it, with leveling kit you can do 35's maybe, but you will have some rubbing. There are lots of threads on this topic in the search if you need more info.

welcome by the way.
 

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Be carefull though. The stock wheels are 8 inches I believe. Will take a 7.5-8.5 inch tire. The 325's call for a 9.5. Pops can give ya the exact numbers.
Hes the man on tire sizes. They will work on the stock rim, but Im one of the weary folks who likes to play it safe when it comes to my tires.

Im sure my numbers are all jacked up, but as long as you get the idea. :lol:
 

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All good info so far.

If ya want to push the limits of bigger tire on a stock titan 325/60/18 is where it's at. You will be slightly beyond manf. specs on wheel width though.
 

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Correct me if I am wrong, but the OP says his titan is an LE, shouldn't that come with 20"s? If so, a 325/60/18 wouldn't do him any good.

If you do the math on a 325/60/18 it equals: 33.35x12.79

So if you do have 20"s, you would want that equivelant, probably something like a 325/50/20; if that's even a real size, I just kind of made that up in my head...
 

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^it's an 06. he has 18s

welcome to TT btw!
 

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I agree 325 60 18's are as big as u wanna go with no lift at all.

Now frankenstien a leveling kit (09 Pro 4x coilovers with 2" 4x4 PRG Spacer & 1" rear block) and fit 35's...:)
 

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Correct me if I am wrong, but the OP says his titan is an LE, shouldn't that come with 20"s? If so, a 325/60/18 wouldn't do him any good.

If you do the math on a 325/60/18 it equals: 33.35x12.79

So if you do have 20"s, you would want that equivelant, probably something like a 325/50/20; if that's even a real size, I just kind of made that up in my head...
If he had 20's, 305/55-20 seems to usually be the closest available to the the 325/60-18. ;)
 

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Correct me if I am wrong, but the OP says his titan is an LE, shouldn't that come with 20"s? If so, a 325/60/18 wouldn't do him any good.

If you do the math on a 325/60/18 it equals: 33.35x12.79

So if you do have 20"s, you would want that equivelant, probably something like a 325/50/20; if that's even a real size, I just kind of made that up in my head...
You are wrong. He has 18s. Only the latest titans moved up 20 inch wheels.
 

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hey thanks for all yalls input, how about with a 3" body lift?
Pass on the body lift because its a ton of install time and you would be better of going with a prg mini lift

PRG Products

and it looks a lot better IMO. The only time you should body lift it is if you already have a big lift but want to clear some larger tires.
 
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