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Standard 26 68.42%
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:11 PM   #21
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No Way! I live in LO now haha
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:45 PM   #22
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They're both simulated beadlock. I have been looking into getting the double standard but they are very pricey.
Got my standards for 700$ including tax... don't think that is too bad for wheels. considering most XD's are made of plastic and cost 800 a set lmao
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:18 AM   #23
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:34 AM   #24
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No Way! I live in LO now haha
haha, well I'm in LO-town too!!


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Got my standards for 700$ including tax... don't think that is too bad for wheels. considering most XD's are made of plastic and cost 800 a set lmao
Not bad at all. I ORIGINALLY placed an order with 4Wheelparts for a set of Procomp 152's($126.00/wheel), but they contacted me 2 weeks after my order placement and told me it would be another month out. So they gave me a choice of wheels I could pick from that they would honor the pricing of the Procomps----the Methods(which I had wanted initially but didnt wanna pay that much) were one of them. $520 and some change later, I got the Methods at my doorstep.


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LOVE the width on those suckers. Looking awesome man, Methods never disappoint on any Taco! If I had to walk into a dealership and buy a '12 Tacoma today, I would have the hardest time choosing between red or white. Red is amazing on the 2nd gens.
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Old 05-13-2012, 04:10 PM   #25
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We also have a black Double Standard with a machined lip.. pretty dope! but last time I was there the 17" had fitment issues with the 2nd gen tacoma so be sure to give them a call before hand and make sure they fit.
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I found a set of method wheels that are 17x8.5, 6x139.7 bolt pattern with 0 offset. Will this be ok?
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:07 PM   #27
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Very nice!
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hahaha yeah im really happy with the width!! The stance is awesome. but i do have 1.25 spacers on.... and you cant see it in the pic but my roof is also gloss black and the badges. so the satin black finished methods really brought it all together. Just need some A/T tires but I think ill drive these till they are dead and save up $ after the hit of buying the wheels lol
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:43 PM   #29
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I found a set of method wheels that are 17x8.5, 6x139.7 bolt pattern with 0 offset. Will this be ok?
And yeah they should be! Thats what mine are... some how 6x139.7 bolt = 6x5.5 I was scared that my truck was about to go another week without sick wheels but it all worked out!. New lugs are a must so be sure to factor that into everything. cost me like 30$ for the lugs and had to pay another 30$ for the stupid tire pressure sensors when getting my tires swapped btwn the rims ='(
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Old 05-14-2012, 02:49 AM   #30
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We also have a black Double Standard with a machined lip.. pretty dope! but last time I was there the 17" had fitment issues with the 2nd gen tacoma so be sure to give them a call before hand and make sure they fit.
I don't know why the 17 has fitment issues, the standard dosent and neither does the 16" double standard. Sure someone didn't just get the wrong back spacing?
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Old 05-14-2012, 02:53 AM   #31
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And yeah they should be! Thats what mine are... some how 6x139.7 bolt = 6x5.5 I was scared that my truck was about to go another week without sick wheels but it all worked out!. New lugs are a must so be sure to factor that into everything. cost me like 30$ for the lugs and had to pay another 30$ for the stupid tire pressure sensors when getting my tires swapped btwn the rims ='(
Eh, just go without the TPMS and save yourself the time and head ache. I just put a small sticker over the light and push my scan gauge up and I don't even notice it. I mean really, we lived without TPMS for 100+ years. I air up and down so much depending on offroading, road trip, or daily driving so its not like it never goes unchecked.
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Eh, just go without the TPMS and save yourself the time and head ache. I just put a small sticker over the light and push my scan gauge up and I don't even notice it. I mean really, we lived without TPMS for 100+ years. I air up and down so much depending on offroading, road trip, or daily driving so its not like it never goes unchecked.
hahah i hear ya!! but i figured i just spend a bunch of money on wheels... might as well do it all right the first time.
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I have the Standards and I love them, hell from 10 feet away they both look the same anyways so.
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Do the Double Standards have a removible simulated Bead lock?
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Do the Double Standards have a removible simulated Bead lock?
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Negative. It's a simulated beadlock. The beadlock and wheel are one piece.



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Old 07-23-2012, 02:45 PM   #38
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Negative. It's a simulated beadlock. The beadlock and wheel are one piece.



Bummer, they look like they are removable. Well back to the drawing board.
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