Gotcha. Should be all stainless, IIRC. I would swing by a muffler shop and see what they have that would fit in the stock muffler location without having to add a lot of piping. They can remove the muffler and a little bit of pipe on each side of it then fab up the replacement on the ground so it'll just slip right in, or weld up. Keep the OEM muffler and you could always put it back in. The dealership may even do you a good deal, too. I never know with my local dealership, it's always hit or miss.Yes.
all Terrain? or Mud Terrain?
I have the General Grabber X3 on my 1999 Tacoma and they do well on/off road. Not near as loud as the previous set of BFG KM2.all Terrain? or Mud Terrain?
I have the Falken Wildpeakes on my sequoia and they are a great all around tire, and quiet. Same for the General Grabber AT2's I have on my toyota pickup. both of those fall under the all terrain category, no experience with any mud terrains.
$192 each and $956 for a set of 5 with their warranty from Discount Tire online. Granted these were 33/1050-15.