You have a few choices for truck tires online. I would go with www.DiscountTire.com .
have the alignment checked to make sure rear tires are within manufacturer's recommended tolerences.
Over torqueing them with an air gun.
The Toyota would have more acceleration a= F/m if the mass of the of the Semi Truck is greater than the mass of the Toyota.
shocks need replaced .Un balanced tires, and fat women riding in the back!
There are lots of different places online where you can buy tires for your truck.I would personally recommend you try www.goodyear.com/en-US/tires/auto-tires.
timing chain has too much slop and rubs side of timing case
No,but tires out of balance will cause this. Have them balanced and rotated.
I would suggest checking your local pawn shop to see how much they are selling tires for.
if you are looking to get great 4x4 tires i would sugjest you trying out this website: www.bfgoodrichtires.com it promises to find top tires for your 4x4 vehicle.
A manual can; an automatic will not, as the 94 transmission will be electronically controlled, whereas the 86 would be mechanically controlled.
the best place that i think you can find great tires for you truck would be Sullivan tire. Sullivan tire is very fast and reliable. and they have great customer service.
You can if they have the same mount lug pattern but why would you want to?
Kickdown cable needs adjusting.
Bridgestone would be one of the top brands for truck tires. It is among the top three tire manufactures in the world while being used in the Daytona 500 races.
Wheels and tires out of BALANCE. Bad idler arm, control arm bushings worn out. Belt broken in tire. front end parts worn out. I would have the tires balanced FIRST. That's the cheapest thing to do.
Yes if the wheels are the same size. But make sure you are installing the correct size tires. Look on driver's door post for correct size.
It is hard to answer what the best tires for trucks are. I would ask my local tire retailer for information on what is available and then do some research on line to decide which you would prefer.
This would depend on the year and make of the truck. In general, an older truck would sell for 1500 dollars or so with a blown head gasket.
Truck, no. Car or minivan, yes.
I would call it a car, truck, or bus.
NO it would not.
Too much camber and the tires aren't aligned right so the tires get worn easily