Do you need snow tires in Tacoma?
Reasons to Get Snow Tires for Your Tacoma
If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow during the winter, it’s a good idea to get snow tires. Not only do they help get your car moving on snowy or icy roads, but they also provide assistance while stopping and cornering on snow and ice.
Will 33 in tires rub on a Tacoma?
Trimming. After daily driving the Tacoma for a couple of days with the 33s, the only spot it rubs is on the control arms. An easy and cheap fix is going to be 1.25″ hub-centric wheel spacers. It looks like we have plenty of room between the tire and the front bumper as well as the back of the fender.
Do Toyota Tacomas do well in snow?
A popular model since the mid-90s, Toyota’s Tacoma pickup was made for winter. With four-wheel drive and traction control, those behind the steering wheel feel in control at all times and can even tackle heavy snow with the truck’s high ground clearance.