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I have a 1989 toyota pickup v 6 4x4. I believe it

I have a 1989 toyota pickup v 6 4x4. I believe it should have 255/75r/15 tires stock, I have 31/10.5/15 tires since I bought it. The speedometer reads fast ( going 65 reads 70) I have the larger number tooth speedometer gear in the transmission. Toyota only has two. Any help. I've tried two different soeedometers, they both read that way.

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In fact it should read slow not fast with 10.5 r15 s on. if you go to any reputable instrument service they will be able to sort it out for you ,no hassles. "youdoit"

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