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Old 06-01-2011, 03:22 PM   #1
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Will these Black Rock wheels fit?

I am looking at these wheels for my 07 4x4 TRD. I like them a lot and the price is right. I've come across a few threads stating that a lot of people have trouble finding an aftermarket 16" wheel that will clear our larger front calipers. Anyone know if these will fit?

http://www.jegs.com/i/Black-Rock/262...ductId=1561263

Thanks guys!

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These are Black Rock Yuma 908Bs. They Fit no problem. The type 8s would have also fit, but are heavier.

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I am looking at these wheels for my 07 4x4 TRD. I like them a lot and the price is right. I've come across a few threads stating that a lot of people have trouble finding an aftermarket 16" wheel that will clear our larger front calipers. Anyone know if these will fit?

http://www.jegs.com/i/Black-Rock/262...ductId=1561263

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Almost all 16" steel wheels rub the calipers
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Is 4.25" of backspacing too little? Will they stick out past my fender?
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Is 4.25" of backspacing too little? Will they stick out past my fender?
They will stick out 1.75" further than your stock wheels, assuming they clear the calipers.
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Thanks for the input. I guess Its going to be hard to figure out whether or not They would actually fit. I Wonder if anyone would even know. They have a nice set of Alloys that looks similar. They fit on new 4runners so, I would guess theyd fit on a tacoma.
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Old 06-02-2011, 06:43 PM   #6
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if ur truck came originally with the 16's then it should be fine. if they had 17's like on the TRD sport, might not fit i think.
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if ur truck came originally with the 16's then it should be fine. if they had 17's like on the TRD sport, might not fit i think.
Arent the front calipers the same on all V6 05+ Tacomas????
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idk maybe. not sure of the spec. all im saying is if the truck originally came with the 16's then the new 16's will fit no prob. only concern would be the backspacing
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Old 06-02-2011, 07:40 PM   #9
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I appreciate the input, but Im not sure I understand you logic. Obviously every aftermarket rim is designed a slightly different way. The spokes or "body" of the wheel may curve/angle inwards or outwards from the mounting surface just enough to rub a brake caliper. Obviously OEM wheels angle outwards past the mounting surface enough to clear.



Kinda what im thinking.
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i think its more like the clearance between the back part of the caliper to the inner part of the rim. idk.
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Order these?

http://www.performance4trucks.com/Wh...=BRW908B686045
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You could run either of these two, there are several people on the forum running them with no issues:

http://www.jegs.com/i/Mickey+Thompso...68411/10002/-1

http://www.jegs.com/i/Mickey+Thompso...68412/10002/-1

I have the classic locks and they clear the calipers fine.
Wow, I was looking at a set in the For Sale forum. I didnt buy them because I didnt think they would fit. Guy selling them said they didnt fit his truck and I couldnt find pictures or info from anyone that did have them. Oh well. Four inches of backspacing seems a little aggressive. I have only a small lift and stock fender flares. I tihnk those Mickeys would stick out too far.

I ended up ordering those Black Rock Yumas. I guess we'll see how they fit.
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These are a similar wheel from Black Rock:

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I am going to go with these:
http://www.procompusa.com/prodDetail...0073&plID=5451
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I am checking with Noford, he is running the same rim.

The 17x9 Procomps do not rub the caliper.
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Well guys, The Black Rock Yumas are on back order. Won't be available for 4-6 weeks.

Now i need to either pick a different route, or wait

Four inch back spacing does not stick out as much as I expected. But still a tad to much for me. Thanks for the pics!
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Stuck with them. I'll just wait. Got a set of Four for $460 shipped.
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wheelers has these http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomawheels.htm they fit my truck just fine.
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wheelers has these http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomawheels.htm they fit my truck just fine.
Those steelies are a little too... blah for me. And theyre glossy. I wanted a flat/matte black finish. The first wheels I posted were exactly what I wanted, and theyre the same price. The Aluminum Yumas were my second choice.
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