:withstupid: good luck with that one,,we put my 36 12.5.15 tsl's on my 89 4 runner one weekend before the axle swap,,and we had to cut the rear to the fender line about 3-4 inches,,and the front we basically had to take the fenders off to turn more than a few degrees so im going to say no way its happening without tons of hacking and then tons of breakage after you do get them to fit,,the front end was screaming on mine witht he 36;s in just str8 mud runs, :rotfl:
He got 4 40x17x15 ghawgs mounted on 15x10 rims for $100
His front fenders are torn at the bottom seam so they are very clearenced and he doesnt run a bed so their isnt an issue there. We pounded the fender pinch weld flat so now all he reall rubs on is the idler arm and the steering box/pitman arm.
The funny thing is that he is able to smoke them things like you wouldnt believe.
Are any of you on 4xwire if you are tell http://www.4x4wire.com/forums/showprofile.php?Cat=&User=14724&Number=820812&Board=UBB94&what=showflat&page=&view=&sb=5&o=&fpart=2&vc=1 that you wanna see pics of Donnies truck with the 40s
I can understand that everyone wants to put bigger tires on their trucks and even cars. Aw hell i saw a honda civic hatch back runnin 44's once...but at least it was setup right. I just cant fathom the fact someone put 40's on a basically stock toyota! Y? I might understand if it was a junkyard junker that you just beat the hell out of but...i just dont understand............. :bad:
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