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Wondering if 31 inch tires would fit without lift?

Wondering if 31 inch tires will fit stock 1991 toyota 4runner?

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Not just a yes or no answer. You can change it depending on the rim width. Unless you have special rims, wide or thin, you will probably be OK. The other difference is the change in speedometer. In changing to another tire from the manufacturer preference you always run into a change. So check the original miles on time somewhere and once you change tires go compare the changes. A good place to see this in numbers is this site.

Good luck and hope this helps

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Hey, I once had a stock suzuki samari, It was four wheel drive, but not jacked up. I put a set of 31X10.50 Dayton timberlines on it, and had no problems. You should have plenty of room. You can call a local tire shop and they should be able to verify, but im sure you'll have no problems.

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