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Should be the exact same width. 75 tire is a little taller. Below is a great website for comparables. Tire dimension Calculator - tire & wheel plus sizing
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2016 Tundra CrewMax, Limited, TRD2006 Tundra DC, 20" EVO Velociti Wheels, Limited, TRD2001 Tundra AccessCab, Limited, TRD1993 Toyota pick Up, prolonged Cab
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Comparing 20" wheel isn"t fairly the very same as compare a 16" wheel tire dimension that is just an inch taller. Wheel load is means heavier than a reasonably comparable tire size. The tire site I linked above caution"s versus tire size swaps that placed you over 3% of stock. 265/75/R16 walk that. Raises great awareness around brake failure (stopping distance); however, that all counts on just how you use your truck. If your a pavement guy, stick v the stockers. If you require the 1/2" that extra clearance climate go with the taller option. I definitely noticed a an ext sluggish take-off and comprimised fuel usage (down around ~1.2mpg). If ns didn"t four wheel I would certainly most definitely not go v anything other than stock (I miss out on 19 mpg!!!!)
Truspeed can compensate for the difference in size and restore the factory change points and speedometer reading.
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I never recalibrated my speedo, I just do the math. If i am correct I include 10%(for 33s) come what my speedo says and that is the real speed, I have tested this with both mine navigation and the "watch her speed" signs we have actually in California. If girlfriend don"t have them yet, together you happen they tell friend how quick you are going and even speed you as if your snapshot was taken. Very annoying due to the fact that so numerous are fooled and ride the brakes together they pass.

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Comparing 20" wheels isn"t quite the exact same as comparing a 16" wheel tire dimension that is just an customs taller. Wheel weight is way heavier than a reasonably similar tire size. The tire website I linked over caution"s versus tire size swaps that placed you end 3% of stock. 265/75/R16 go that. Raises great awareness about brake failure (stopping distance); however, the all relies on just how you use your truck. If your a pavement guy, stick v the stockers. If you require the 1/2" that extra clearance climate go through the higher option. I certainly noticed a an ext sluggish take-off and also comprimised fuel usage (down around ~1.2mpg). If ns didn"t 4 wheel I would most absolutely not go v anything other than stock (I miss out on 19 mpg!!!!)
Agreed its not an apples to apples compare - that wasn"t in the intent of my post, the point was was trying to do is that as you increase outer diameter of the tire, you decrease her trucks capacity to turn it given the minor boost in leverage the tires has, I referral my set up because I have actually increased the OD and also noticed the impact, naught more.
2016 Tundra CrewMax, Limited, TRD2006 Tundra DC, 20" EVO Velociti Wheels, Limited, TRD2001 Tundra AccessCab, Limited, TRD1993 Toyota pick Up, extended Cab
The sizes you room talking about shouldn"t hurt too bad. You are maintaining the same width, just boosting the diameter by one inch. Here is the calculation I use to identify tire size....265/75r16 265 is the width in mm, drop that to centimeter by moving the decimal over so that is 26.526.5cm converts right into 10.433inches (we space in America here and don"t recognize what mm"s are)
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10.433 multiplied by .75 (which is the proportion number, the 75, 75% of broad number)7.8248 (I round up to 7.825) is the size from your rim lip to your tread, multiply by two7.825x2=15.65 now you take it this number and add you pickled in salt size, in this case 16"15.65+16=31.65"This formula deserve to be offered with any rim/tire dimension to acquire rough in its entirety diameter. It is largely accurate, however not 100% early out to differences in inflation pressure, in salt width, and tread.I"ll testimonial for the college kids...265/75r16....26.5cm-10.433".....10.433"x.75=7.8248, round approximately 7.825"x2=15.65....15.65+16=31.65" in its entirety tire diameter