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Old 05-16-2011, 01:02 PM   #1
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2010 Taco aftermarket wheels

Hello all,

I recently just got 3" lift installed on my 2010 Toyota Tacoma Xtra cab w/ Bilstein shocks F&B, LOVE the way it rides already.

I have my 31" BFG A/T's & aftermarket steel wheels all ready, however the wheels do not fit due to the brake caliper being thicker than yrs. past. (rubs inner wheel.) What size / dimensions of a wheel would I need?

Are there any options? Ideally I would LOVE to stay w/ BLK wheels? Any info you can provide is greatly appreciated.
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www.4wheelparts.com has a lot of wheel options. You can narrow it down by size, color, etc.

4-4.5" backspacing is what u should get for best fitment/least rubbing. They need to be atleast 16" in diameter and 8-9" wide is generally prefered

Most aluminum wheels will fit fine. I dont know of any steel wheels that fit our trucks
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www.4wheelparts.com has a lot of wheel options. You can narrow it down by size, color, etc.

4-4.5" backspacing is what u should get for best fitment/least rubbing. They need to be atleast 16" in diameter and 8-9" wide is generally prefered

Most aluminum wheels will fit fine. I dont know of any steel wheels that fit our trucks
Not on a 5-lug.

He can fit 15's fine. and stock backspacing on 5-lugs is 3.75", so you would need something in the 3.25-3.75" range.

Stock 5-lug rims are 6" wide I believe....


Op what are the specs of the wheels you are running now....?
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Thanks for any and all info....Have stock wheels / tires that came with the truck.

Going w/ 31" BFG A/T's, problem being w/ wheels due to brake caliper being bigger on 2010's. Was told wheel spacer would break and do not want to grind down to calipers.

Would proper amt. of back spacing fix the problem so wheels can fit?
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Thanks for any and all info....Have stock wheels / tires that came with the truck.

Going w/ 31" BFG A/T's, problem being w/ wheels due to brake caliper being bigger on 2010's. Was told wheel spacer would break and do not want to grind down to calipers.

Would proper amt. of back spacing fix the problem so wheels can fit?
I'm confused.....you have the 31's on the stock wheels, and the stock wheels are hitting the brake caliper now?
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No sorry, still have original stock wheels & tires on it from factory, only lift has been installed.. Waiting to see what wheel options are so we can get the tires & proper wheels installed.

Wheels we ordered were hitting brake calipers.
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No sorry, still have original stock wheels & tires on it from factory, only lift has been installed.. Waiting to see what wheel options are so we can get the tires & proper wheels installed.

Wheels we ordered were hitting brake calipers.
And what was the specs of the wheels that were hitting the caliper?

diamter, width, backspacing, offset...
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Not on a 5-lug.

He can fit 15's fine. and stock backspacing on 5-lugs is 3.75", so you would need something in the 3.25-3.75" range.

Stock 5-lug rims are 6" wide I believe....


Op what are the specs of the wheels you are running now....?
my bad - I didnt even see that he was 5 lug. I'll shut up now
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