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Old 04-10-2014, 01:20 PM   #41
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My mud tire rims


My AT tire rims

Both are running 265-75-16 with no rubbing issues. If I go a bit taller and wider like I want to then rubbing will become a factor, but right now they are fine.
I should have mentioned my Taco is a first gen, and some guys had issues with rubbing at full turn when they installed the TRD off road wheels. Many of them went with the .75 Bora and are good to go. At some point I recall someone saying that the .75 spacers clear the studs...we shall see...
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I should have mentioned my Taco is a first gen, and some guys had issues with rubbing at full turn when they installed the TRD off road wheels. Many of them went with the .75 Bora and are good to go. At some point I recall someone saying that the .75 spacers clear the studs...we shall see...
yea i remember reading that 3/4" clears the studs only if you have certain rims.

i think 1" fully clears the studs. so if the mounting surface of your rim is completely flat then the 3/4" will not work unless you grind down the studs a tiny bit.
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Ron are your rims recessed?
Can you elaborate? I have the Trd wheels that are 16x7.5 as opposed to the stocks which were 16x7
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yea i remember reading that 3/4" clears the studs only if you have certain rims.

i think 1" fully clears the studs. so if the mounting surface of your rim is completely flat then the 3/4" will not work unless you grind down the studs a tiny bit.
I would like to avoid that if possible...
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I would like to avoid that if possible...
well then you would have to check the back of your rims to see if there is a recessed spot on the rim for the extra 1/4" of wheel stud (only if you want 3/4")

if you don't understand what I'm trying to say ill get you some pictures of what I'm talking about when i get home.
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well then you would have to check the back of your rims to see if there is a recessed spot on the rim for the extra 1/4" of wheel stud (only if you want 3/4")

if you don't understand what I'm trying to say ill get you some pictures of what I'm talking about when i get home.
I know what you mean - a gap in the wheel design that will allow the excess stud. Hoping it goes on no problem with the .75 as thats all the spacer I really want.
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Thank you very much. I have almost all I need. I think I'm just waiting to get the shipping cost.
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Thank you very much. I have almost all I need. I think I'm just waiting to get the shipping cost.
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Still not sure on the 1.25" or 1.5"... I'm on stock 4r alloys and 33x10.5r15. Anyone have an argument either way? I guess my final bs would be about 3.3 and 3.1 respectively...
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