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Old 06-27-2011, 07:22 AM   #1
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Will these fit?

I found some 20" Enkei deep 6 XSP wheels for sale that were off a Tundra. I tried to find specs and all I found is that they are 20x9.5 and and maybe a offset of 8. They also come with 285/50 20 nitto Terra Grapplers. Its a 31.22" in tire. Will I get much rubbing with a 2" lift?
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I found some 20" Enkei deep 6 XSP wheels for sale that were off a Tundra. I tried to find specs and all I found is that they are 20x9.5 and and maybe a offset of 8. They also come with 285/50 20 nitto Terra Grapplers. Its a 31.22" in tire. Will I get much rubbing with a 2" lift?

285/ should be a 33. Yes. you will rub, major on a 20.

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I'm 16x8 1/2 on 33 and rub forward left/ reverse left. The offset is not 8. Look at the inside of the rim.Or measure the BS.
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285/ should be a 33. Yes. you will rub, major on a 20.

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I'm 16x8 1/2 on 33 and rub forward left/ reverse left. The offset is not 8. Look at the inside of the rim.Or measure the BS.
I got the tire diameter on this site's tire calculator. I've googled to find the specs for the rims, but I must be doing it wrong b/c I can't find much. The wheels for sale are from an individual that's 4 hours away so I can't measure. I'm also pretty sure that 285's come in more than a 33.
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285/ should be a 33. Yes. you will rub, major on a 20.

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I'm 16x8 1/2 on 33 and rub forward left/ reverse left. The offset is not 8. Look at the inside of the rim.Or measure the BS.
285 is the width of the tire, not the overall diameter.
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So I looked at that chart using the offset I can find on the web (8). It falls between a backspace of 5.5 and 5.75. Would that be too much BS on the Tacoma to run a 285 with only a 2" lift.
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I would say that it will not fit. For a 285, you need 4.5" backspacing. Where is KPT? He would be able to tell you for sure!!!
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I would say that it will not fit. For a 285, you need 4.5" backspacing. Where is KPT? He would be able to tell you for sure!!!
KPT definately will know. I've seen tacos with these wheels on them. So I don't know what tires or even spacers they use. I saw one with 295's with now lift on this site. I don't know how he doesn't rub with that width.
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You could probably fit the 285's on there but I would think there would be some major rubbing with 5.5 - 5.75" of backspacing. Spidertraxx wheel spacers are 1.25", so that would get you out to the 4.5" of backspacing needed. A lot of guys on here run them, but I don't have any experience with them personally.
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