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Old 12-26-2011, 05:50 PM   #1
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Wheel advice (Fitment)

I love these rims but am afraid to pull the trigger as I am very confused about the different specs. I searched and looked at the stickies but still confusing for a novice.
Could one of the resident experts reassure me that these will fit with no problem with stock 265/65/17 tires no lift 2011 TRD Sport 2wd.


XD797 Spy - Gloss Black Machined Wheel by XD Series - W/P79778068318


  • 17x8 wheel size
  • 6 on 5.5 bolt pattern
  • Backspace = 5.21in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black Machined Face
  • Hubcentric = No
  • Offset = 18mm
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Old 12-27-2011, 02:22 PM   #3
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with stock sizing you will be fine.
Stock tires, Stock suspension, rubbing of calipers. You suggest all no problems. Thanks for advice.
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Stock tires, Stock suspension, rubbing of calipers. You suggest all no problems. Thanks for advice.
correct. once you start going with bigger tires is when you might run into rubbing problems. this particular wheel has a lot of backspacing, but if you stick with a stock sized tire or plus 1 sizing, you'll be fine.
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Just for info, i just got at 17x8 weel with a 5.0 backspacing on a 265/70/17 hankook MT n it rubs. Im going to bring it to the shop tomorrow n theyre going to add spacers ill let u know if that fixes it.
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