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Thinking about new tires? Wondering what sizes are available that will fit your Tacoma? Maybe we can help.
Toyota offered quite a few different sizes on each Tacomas made between 1995 and 2010, with different rim sizes (from 14″ to 18″) and different bolt patterns (either 5 lug or 6 lug). Here’s a quick break-down:
OEM Tacoma Tire Sizes
|Model Year||Original Factory Tacoma Tire Sizes Sorted By Rim Size|
|1995-2000||195/75 R14||215/70 R14||225/75 R15||31×10.5 R15||265/70 R16|
|2001-2004||205/75 R15||225/75 R15||235/55 R16||265/70 R16||-|
|2005-2011||215/70 R15||245/75 R16||265/70 R16||265/65 R17||255/45 R18|
As you can see from the table above, there’s been a pretty dramatic increase in tire and rim sizes over the years. In the mid-90′s, it wasn’t uncommon to see a Tacoma with 14″ rims. Today, it’s hard to find any new vehicle with 14″ rims, let alone a pickup truck.
The wheel and tire sizes above range from fairly small (as little as 7.7 inches wide by 25.5 inches tall) to decently beefy (10.4 inches in width by 30.6 inches in height).
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