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    Senior Member kslust's Avatar
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    How about 235/65/17 108V Tires for an acceptable tire?? Would they work??
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    Nevermind! I think I found a great site to compare the sizes.

    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tir...0r17-235-65r17

    So I'm pretty sure they would work!!! Yay!!!

    Heres the tire if anyone is interested.

    http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....omCompare1=yes
    Very Respectfully,

    Karl S. Lust

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    Karl I have an affiliate that has 235/65/17 108 load range on a newer ltc 120 and they fit fine . Look fine as well I don't think you'll have any issues

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    For the Chrysler: put the stock suspension back on, whoever had it before you probably lowered it. Putting the stock rear springs on ours raised it over an inch: made a huge difference for grounding out. Now we need to raise the front, just waiting for parts to wear out a little more.
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