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Old 01-13-2012, 09:58 AM   #1
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ATX Artillery

Can only find them in 16x9 with our bolt pattern. Will these stick out too far with 285/75s? They have 4.5 bs.
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In running them in 17x9. Don't know way your idea if too far is but here's a pic to give you an idea of the stance. They definitely stick outside the flares enough to throw dirt and rocks all over the sides of the truck. Good luck keeping it clean and free of rock chips. I like the stance though.
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Old 01-13-2012, 11:26 AM   #3
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Thanks. I just called customwheelsdirect about trying to find them in 16x9. The operator said that I would need to go up to a 17 inch rim just to clear the calipers.

Is this true?
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Sorry. Trying to find in 16x8
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I don't believe they offer them in 8" width. Could be wrong though. I've never seen it.
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I don't believe they offer them in 8" width. Could be wrong though. I've never seen it.
correct. i just went to that website you mentioned above (mattstruck) and i see they list a 16x8, but...korslite is right, they don't currently make 16x8, just 16x9, if they are actually in stock. but we could be wrong........
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Were you able to use your stock lug nuts with the Artillery?
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Old 05-04-2012, 04:04 PM   #8
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Were you able to use your stock lug nuts with the Artillery?
No, you need conical seat lug nuts.
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Thanks.

These work?

http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomablackalloys.htm
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E/Ts right?
What about the spline drive? They actually have those in black.

Thanks again.
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E/Ts right?
What about the spline drive? They actually have those in black.

Thanks again.
Whichever you want they will all work
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E/Ts right?
What about the spline drive? They actually have those in black.

Thanks again.
I am running the spline drive black ones. Like em and they give you some security too.
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Awesome. Thanks fellas.
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I am running the spline drive black ones. Like em and they give you some security too.
Sick lookin Taco! Silver & black, you cant go wrong.
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