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Old 07-23-2013, 08:20 AM   #1
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Newbie Lift Help

Im looking to get a 4x4 tacoma. Is is possible to clear an 18x10 or a 20x10 wheel with 33x12.50s on possibly a level and small body lift. Is this possible? If not, I may go with an 18 or 20x9 with a deep offset (-12 or more)

Do body lifts on the tacoma show to much frame? Thanks for yalls help!
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I'll answer in order of asked:

Yes of course, but you are better off going with a 20x9 or an 18x9, there are far less issues.
Depending on the height of the BL, yes, and IMO, it's fugly. A 1 or 1.5" BL isn't too bad looking, but after that it goes downhill. At the end of the day it's your truck so do what you want with it.
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Yes of course, but you are better off going with a 20x9 or an 18x9, there are far less issues.
Depending on the height of the BL, yes, and IMO, it's fugly. A 1 or 1.5" BL isn't too bad looking, but after that it goes downhill. At the end of the day it's your truck so do what you want with it.
I definitely wouldnt go over a 1.5" bl. Do they make a 1.5"bl for the tacoma?
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Go too high with the body lift and things can get sketch with failures.
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I have 20x10.50 on 275/55 with just a daystar top plate
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I have 20x10.50 on 275/55 with just a daystar top plate
Pics? how far do they stick out? Do you know the offset and backspace?
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Not far, just check my pics on page 2.
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page 2 of what?
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who makes a 1.5" bl?
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page 2 of what?
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if you just want your wheels to stick out, then get any wheel and add some wheel spacers. Thats what I did. 10,000 miles on the wheel and wheel spacers, and not a single problem.
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if you just want your wheels to stick out, then get any wheel and add some wheel spacers. Thats what I did. 10,000 miles on the wheel and wheel spacers, and not a single problem.
Nice man! Isnt there more of a chance of rubbing with wheel spacers?
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Nice man! Isnt there more of a chance of rubbing with wheel spacers?
I'm not sure. I can tell you my 285's don't rub with my 3" lift unless I'm wheelin'
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Awesome! Whats included in the 3" lift for the front?
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Id like a minimal lift and try to keep all my angles pretty straight and possibly do ucas
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