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Old 11-25-2010, 05:52 PM   #1
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pictures of 2010 4WD Crew Cab

Anybody have any pictures of a 2010 4WD Crew Cab with 17" wheels with stock suspension. I want to upgrade the wheels and tires on mine but I'm not going to be doing any serious off-roading. I just want a better looking truck. The only 4 wheeling I usually do is when it snows here in Western North Carolina.

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Anybody have any pictures of a 2010 4WD Crew Cab with 17" wheels with stock suspension. I want to upgrade the wheels and tires on mine but I'm not going to be doing any serious off-roading. I just want a better looking truck. The only 4 wheeling I usually do is when it snows here in Western North Carolina.

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I've got a 2007 with 17" sport rims and stock suspension. If you want, you can look through my pictures. Not much has changed suspension wise from 2007 to 2010.
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My 2006 Tacoma Dbl Cab Long Bed TRD Sport 4x4 New / Stock w 17" Rims 265/70/17 Dunlop's


My 2006 Tacoma with ARB front bumper & T-Max 10,000LB winch, 16" American Eagle 185 Rims (4.5" backspace) 305/70/16 COOPER DISCOVERER STT tires (33.7"x12.1")
OLD MAN EMU Suspension OME 886 Springs on OME shocks up front (for the 300LBS bumper & winch) On the Rear, OME shocks with OME / Dakar Leaf Springs CSO47R
This is recent photo taken 11-23-2010 Rims / center caps have been painted.

Back when I first got the rims and tires mid 2009
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Thanks guys

Mike your pictures answer my question. I wanted to make sure the 17" wheels and a little larger tire size is worth the investment.

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Another Question

Mike. What size tires are you running?
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I also have a DC with OME 885 coils and Dakar rear. I am going to upgrade to 886 when I install my ARB bumper do you get any run with those tires when you are turning and the suspension is articulating? I was hoping to run 285/70 R17's
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16" eagle 185

hi im looking for the same wheels. Eagle 185.... 16x8 but in having a hard time finding the right OFFSET and BACK SPACE. i have a 2010 tacoma 4x4 access cab.i know you have a 4.5 back space. what kind of offset do you have on your wheels. are your wheels 16x8. thanks for your help.




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