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I wiould like to know the correct tire size for my 1990 Toyota 2 wdr longbox pickup!

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The vehicle i d tag inside the drivers door should have this info on it along with tire pressures.

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Need to know what tire size is best

Go to and input model/make/year This will give you tire size. You can then look at their inventory. Best prices for tires. Cheers

Nov 14, 2012 | 1991 Toyota Pickup

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Sounds like a clunking noise, like the sound you hear when you have a flat tire, Tire isnt flat. turning right on the wheel lessons the sound but stays the same turning left. noise seems to be getting...

its a wheel bearing. .will need to be inspected to determine the correct one. Also tires could also do this if the steel seperated internally. Rotate the suspected tire to see if it follows the tire.

Apr 03, 2010 | 1990 Toyota Pickup

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Just bought an automatic toyota pickup 1990 it has 150 thousand and runs good but dont know what the previous own done it. what should i do?

Most shops offer a multi-point inspection for free. It is their way of begging for work. This would be a good way to see if there is anything all that marginal wrong with it.

Usually there is the customary oil change and tire rotation to get them to do it.

Jan 14, 2010 | 1990 Toyota Pickup

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I have a 90 toyota pickup i noticed that i lose power when i shift to 5th gear, it is lifted 4x4 when i went home there was gear fluid leaking out somewhere under from the transfer case please help thanks

Old cars do bad things, transfer case leaks don't slow em down unless the fluild is low or gone and been run dry a few times. Lifted means to me big tires The stock gear ratio and the bigger tires can overgear the truck. Fifth gear is now too high. Or this problem just accored and it was pulling high gear and now even thoght the tires are fully inflated and the brakes aren't dragging anf the engine is not missing and A bubba tunr-up hasn't set the timing too low or too high , Maybe the exhaust is clogged up or the converter (exhaust) is. Auto tranny not likly to be 5 speed so a manuel is likely, Is the clutch slipping? Lots of blnks open on you question V6 or 4, Size of tires and when dir the problem start afer you raised it? Blocks alot more wind raised and the stock setup with stock tires is geared super tall as in there ann't no more.

Nov 02, 2009 | 1990 Toyota Pickup

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Original Tire Size

205 75 14. There should be a sticker on your door jam.

May 26, 2009 | 1990 Toyota Pickup

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after exhausting your local salvage yards, make sure to ask to find one on satellite, you might try to find a good guaranteed unit .

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Feb 19, 2009 | 1990 Toyota Pickup

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