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Old 03-06-2012, 07:53 AM   #1
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Offset? Level 8 strike 6

Having a hard time finding the correct offset for the strike 6. 17x9 for my 2nd gen taco dbl cab sport pckg. Im not lifted so im not sure if ill have issues with rubbing and also what tire size would be best?
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with no lift you can fit 265/65/18 (be aware that some 265's aren't approved for 9" wide wheels) or some folks have been able to fit 285/60/18. You'll want 4.5" to 5.5" backspacing. with 4.5" backspacing it's possible you will have some minor trimming due to the wheel being 9" wide.
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5bs will be the max i should run with stock suspension correct? Also what exactly will need to be trimmed?
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5bs will be the max i should run with stock suspension correct? Also what exactly will need to be trimmed?
Both of those questions depend on which tire size you select of the two i presented above.
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Im thinking bout going with 265/65.
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Try this site...use tire 1 as stock and tire 2 as your new tire...it will tell you all kinds of stuff that might help you.

http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp
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Im thinking bout going with 265/65.
Anywhere between 4.5" and 5.5" BS will work for that setup.
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