U bolt size and tire question


Asked by Nov 06, 2007 at 09:52 AM about the 1994 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr DX 4WD Standard Cab SB

Question type: Car Customization

I bought this truck from a young boy and it has a 4" body lift on it . I am older and want to lower it to original height. My question is what size u bolts do i need? I need the length, are they square or round, and diamiter. I appreciate any help you can give me. Also it has big tires 12.50"s i believe on 8 " rims. Can i put 245/75/15 on the 8" rims? I know the door says 225/75/15  would 245s be too big?  Was told the 245s 0r 225s would look funny on an 8" rim.  Thank you

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I would check out Toyotanation.com. There are a lot of 'Yota fans there who can answer your questions specifically. I would suspect you could call the dealer to get the size of the stock U-bolts and diameter -- even if they do not sell the part, they can give you dimensions of OEM. With tire size, I would go with the tire size on the door. The 245's would be wider, but they should work.

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