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2003 explorer- new tires

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by tin_can_explorer, April 9, 2007.

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  1. tin_can_explorer

    tin_can_explorer New Member

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    I just installed P265/75R16 114S Toyo A/t Open Country tires on my 2003 Explorer. The tire dealer said it would be ok but I have my concerns. Does anyone know of any issues or concerns with this installation of tires?
     
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  3. PRS

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    I think you should be ok:thumbsup:
     
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    ExplorerDMB Moderator/Technician Moderator Emeritus

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    concerns of what? Fitment?

    -Drew
     
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    Should be okay but if they rub you can turn the torsion bars up a little in front and if you've developed rear spring sag then put the Warrior shackles on the back. Bigger is always better. :D
     

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