Cooper ST 255/85 R16's & Toyota Steelies - set of 5 - SF Bay Area

Overlanerd

Vagabond Outdoors
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255/85/16 Cooper ST's on 1st Gen Tundra wheels painted battleship gray. Set of 5. EAF.

Two tires are at the bottom of Lincoln's beard, two are about in the middle of his beard. One is above his mouth.

For those that don't accept upside down penny Lincoln's face as a unit of measurement:

Tread depths:

14/32
13.5/32
13/32
12.5/32
12/32

They still measure out to about 33".

New, they are 18/32", but for comparison, BFG AT KO2's are either 13/32" or 15/32" new (depending on size).

These tires have plenty of life left. No patches or plugs. Sidewalls have some rash, but no rips or tears. Rims have rock rash. Rebalanced and new valve stems installed in late July.

Wheels have a 4.5" back spacing.

No TPMS.

Local pickup only.


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Overlanerd

Vagabond Outdoors
No, I bought them new on 11/26/14. Then...

In March of 2015, I bought another one as a full sized spare. In September of 2015, I ripped a sidewall on one. Bought 1 new one. Put that one and the never used spare on the rear axle. Used the remaining one as a spare.

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Some pics in 2014/ 2015 on a 1-1/2 to 2" lift:

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With a 2-1/2 to 3" lift:

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These tires & wheels are great! I just went with some 255/85 R16 Bighorns. If it was my DD, I would not have gone with mud terrains. The ST's are also lighter than all other 255's at 47 lbs. each, and 1/2" taller than the Cooper ST Maxx's.

I went with aluminum 4-runner wheels to counter the weight of the heavier bighorns.
 

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