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Old 08-06-2012, 04:13 PM   #1
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x runner rims on 4cyl.

i have an 11 double cab 4cyl and i am wondering if xrunner rims and tires can fit on my truck without any mods?
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Old 08-06-2012, 06:15 PM   #2
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i have an 11 double cab 4cyl and i am wondering if xrunner rims and tires can fit on my truck without any mods?
Yep they will fit perfectly with no mods!
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As long as you have a 5-lug and not a 4x4 or Prerunner
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and do i have to take out the black boxs?
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Check out ryanjboutin's build page, he's running XR Rims on his 5-lug. He should be able to answer more questions for you,http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ld-down-2.html
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I'm gunna go check out these xr rims tomorrow and hopefully it's good because most likely I'm gunna buy them and if I do I'm putting pics on Sunday. So just swap and go?
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I'm gunna go check out these xr rims tomorrow and hopefully it's good because most likely I'm gunna buy them and if I do I'm putting pics on Sunday. So just swap and go?
That's my understanding.
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nah unless you goin run massive tires no need cut the black box...if you keep the stock XR sized tires you'll be fine.


Do you know the size that it will rub? Because the rims I'm looking at the guy put on new tires n he doesn't know the size....lol
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nah unless you goin run massive tires no need cut the black box...if you keep the stock XR sized tires you'll be fine.


245/40. Will clear it?
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245/40. Will clear it?
235/75/15's are 11% bigger than 245/40/18's so I would say they will clear.

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235/75/15's are 11% bigger than 245/40/18's so I would say they will clear.


i did not know that.. thanks bro
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Really consider going bigger.

With the 245/40-18 on there, your speedo is going to read 65 (actually a bit higher) when you're only doing 62.
My 5-lug is already 3-5mph fast...

245/45-18 would be close to your stock 215's. Personally, I'd go with a 50 series to bring the speedo down a bit closer to reality.
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The tires for the 4 cylinder 2wd are 215/70-15, not 215/75-15. I was just at the tire store.
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The tires for the 4 cylinder 2wd are 215/70-15, not 215/75-15. I was just at the tire store.
Correct... that's what I based my calcs off of in recommending the 245/50-18

Ivel was using the 235/75-15 because we know they fit.
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im undecided on what tire size i should get without worrieng about rubbing or needind to take out those blaack boxes
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Correct... that's what I based my calcs off of in recommending the 245/50-18

Ivel was using the 235/75-15 because we know they fit.
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im undecided on what tire size i should get without worrieng about rubbing or needind to take out those blaack boxes
Unless you lower your truck, you are not going to rub on any low profile tire up to 245 or 255. The issue is mostly diameter. Guys doing off-road setups are going larger diameter than stock without needing to do more than remove the black boxes (which is not a big deal at all).

Refer to this:
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Your stock size tire is 215/70-15, which is about 27" tall.
We can easily fit 235/75-15 without rubbing, which is about 29" tall.

To get to a 29" tall tire on an 18" rim would require 235/60-18, or a 255/55-18.

245/50-18 is less than 1" taller than stock and will fit without a problem.
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