Just to be sure.. All of these BFD wheels I'm seeing pictures of on this thread are 18x9, and they all have a 5" backspacing correct? I have seen a lot of people say that 4.5 backspacing is ideal to insure clearance from the frame or suspension ext. But it looks like plenty of people are running 5" backspacing with no problems! I just want my tires sticking out as little as possible haha
4.5" is a great backspacing for an 8" wide wheel, but 4.5" backspacing would be pretty aggressive for a Tacoma on a 9" wide wheel. 5" backspacing on a 9" wheel width is a much better fit for the majority of Tacoma owners.
The BFDs in 18x9" / 0mm offset / 5" backspacing will not give you any issues with the majority of popular suspension setups / tire sizes (usually a 1-3" lift and 275/65R18 or 285/65R18 tires). We've also tested the BFDs with aftermarket upper control arms, aftermarket spindle lifts (4.5" / 5.5") and 33" tires with no issues either other than normal rubbing due to the tire diameter.
If you stick with original factory suspension and OEM sized tires (265/60R18) in 18" you won't have any rubbing.