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Old 03-16-2011, 11:11 PM   #1
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Anyone running something close to this?

So, I have a 3" revtek lift and I am really hoping to make this work... I want to run these wheels and wrap with 33/12.5/18 toyo MT's Does anyone have a similar offset and bs. I know stock is 5.5 and this is just under.

Dont really care if I have to trim but if it hits the uca there will be no fix also thought about a wheel spacer to do it if I had to but what size?? .5
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

MKW M19 black 18x9 with +10mm ofset and 5.39" backspace
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Old 03-16-2011, 11:16 PM   #2
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Looks like a knock off of the XD Revolver.

http://www.wheelfire.com/scontent/Wh...880&CheckFit=1

not sure how set you are on those.
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Kinda I guess... still a lot different though! dont really like the xd at all.
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According to the spec's you posted in the original post, I definitely think you would rub with a 12.5" wide tire. The most common size run on a 3" lift is a 285 on a 4.5" backspaced wheel... which is a tire about 11.5" wide and still requires trimming.

You could order some Spidertrax wheel spacers and you could run them. Just expect to trim a lot of inner fender plastic, and probably cut the body mount.
Okay don't mean to be rude but... Anything closely related to I think, it might, it should really has no bearing on this. I have been searching everywhere and that's all I see is opinions!
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This is the closest answer I have found but he has no idea what bs or offset he has with those wheels. Also stated minimal trimming which make me question the only reply so far.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...inch-lift.html
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Thank you greatly appreciate it! And yes it is covered! I'm glad I can look for insight from such mature and outstanding members such as yourself.
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