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Old 11-17-2010, 11:17 AM   #1
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8" wide rims on 2010 base taco

I want to put new tires and rims on my truck. I want to eventually get a lift too, not to big 2.5 maybe 3 ". I'm going to go ahead and get new rims and tires. Would putting 15x8" rims with 30/9.5/15 be a problem without a lift. I want to get the wider rims that way when I put a lift and can regear i can beef up to 33" tires. Does anyone see a problem with doing this before the lift? Thanks
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I just ordered 4 of these 15x8 with -12mm offset and 4 inch backspacing. My truck is black so i figured id go with a murdered out look. I guess im gonna have to take off the black boxes, which i'm sure i can figure out if i get down there and mess around with them. I want the tires to stick out from the fenders and all but i don't want to mess up the truck. Thats not gonna put to much pressure on anything will it? And also will the 30's really mess up everything if i don't regear yet? Sorry bout all the newb question but I'm new to trucks, sold my supercharged scion tc to get this because now I live in the country on a farm and want something to match that, ya know?! Anyway, I'm gonna put bf goodrich at's on them because they have a real rugged look to them. Thoughts on tires?
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I have a 15x8" wheel and running ~33" KM2s on stock gears. I will be regearing soon. I just need buy a few parts and do a 3rd member swap.
what kind (suspension or body), brand?, and how high of a lift to get 33" tires? How is driving that without regearing?
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what kind (suspension or body), brand?, and how high of a lift to get 33" tires? How is driving that without regearing?
Stock bumper has to go to run 33's. I have 31x10.5x15 with stock gears and there is significant difference in power. I find myself downshifting more to accelerate. I need 4.10 or maybe 4.56 gears in the rear.

I have heard from many people that BFg's are notoriously soft... My friend has Hankook Dynapro on his Tundra and he likes them a lot...
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what kind (suspension or body), brand?, and how high of a lift to get 33" tires? How is driving that without regearing?
I got the Readylift kit, gives about a 2.5" lift in the front. Driving without regearing is what I was expecting, a decrease in acceleration and a drop in MPG. Not too bad, but I would like to be within 'factory ratio'.
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I just ordered 4 of these 15x8 with -12mm offset and 4 inch backspacing. My truck is black so i figured id go with a murdered out look. I guess im gonna have to take off the black boxes, which i'm sure i can figure out if i get down there and mess around with them. I want the tires to stick out from the fenders and all but i don't want to mess up the truck. Thats not gonna put to much pressure on anything will it? And also will the 30's really mess up everything if i don't regear yet? Sorry bout all the newb question but I'm new to trucks, sold my supercharged scion tc to get this because now I live in the country on a farm and want something to match that, ya know?! Anyway, I'm gonna put bf goodrich at's on them because they have a real rugged look to them. Thoughts on tires?
BFG AT's, Nitto Terra Grapplers, Bridgestone Revo 2's, and Yokohama Geolanders all seem to have a good rep on here. I'd get whatever is going to fit your driving needs best.
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Old 11-20-2010, 04:56 PM   #8
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I got some procomp 15x8 with a 3.75 backspacing. wrapped them in some yoko geolandars 30x9.5. no lift and removed black box. theres some pics in my gallery if you want to get an idea of how it looks. hope that helps
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I got some procomp 15x8 with a 3.75 backspacing. wrapped them in some yoko geolandars 30x9.5. no lift and removed black box. theres some pics in my gallery if you want to get an idea of how it looks. hope that helps


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I just ordered 4 of these 15x8 with -12mm offset and 4 inch backspacing. My truck is black so i figured id go with a murdered out look. I guess im gonna have to take off the black boxes, which i'm sure i can figure out if i get down there and mess around with them. I want the tires to stick out from the fenders and all but i don't want to mess up the truck. Thats not gonna put to much pressure on anything will it? And also will the 30's really mess up everything if i don't regear yet? Sorry bout all the newb question but I'm new to trucks, sold my supercharged scion tc to get this because now I live in the country on a farm and want something to match that, ya know?! Anyway, I'm gonna put bf goodrich at's on them because they have a real rugged look to them. Thoughts on tires?
How did these rims finally fit on your Tacoma? Someone here told me that the D windows and the soft 8's run into the calipers. I was really hopping to get the soft 8 in 16x8, but now with that news I'm back at square one.
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I have also seen that Cragars won't fit on the second gen 5 lugs.

They do, however, fit wonderfully on first gens



I am currently running a 235/75/R15. No rubbing in corners but they hit the inner fenders on large bumps. I am gonna be lifting it 3" this week to correct this.
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I got some procomp 15x8 with a 3.75 backspacing. wrapped them in some yoko geolandars 30x9.5. no lift and removed black box. theres some pics in my gallery if you want to get an idea of how it looks. hope that helps
http://www.4wheelparts.com/Wheels/Ro...pn=PCW52-5865F

are those the rims you have?

im liking the look on your truck and now that im getting my taxes back im looking to spend some money
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