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Old 06-28-2012, 12:24 PM   #1
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Fuel Offroad Revolver Wheel Pics & Good Price on Toyos

Thinking about getting new wheels and am considering the Fuel Offroad Revolvers. I've found some pictures of them on jeeps and even on a tundra but does anyone have pictures of these wheels on a taco? Btw, I'm getting them in black, so pictures of the black version please.

Also does anyone have any good websites for ordering Toyo tires? I'm going to get the Toyo Open Country MTs in the 285/70 (34X11.5). I've found them a few places but would like to try and find a little better price if possible.

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Old 06-28-2012, 04:57 PM   #2
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Unless you are using 19" wheels your calculations are off.
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Which calculation would that be?

Straight from Toyo's site for Toyo Open Country M/T:
http://toyotires.com/tire/pattern/open-country-mt

LT285/70R18 127/124Q E/10(34X11.50R18) 360590 7.5-8.5-9.5 34.1 11.4 19 69.5

And straight from a Fuel Offroad tech sheet for the wheels:
http://www.mhtwheels.com/mht-luxury-...el.cfm?id=2659

D52518908345 18x9.0 6x5.5 -12 108 4.50 2500 N 1002-48B
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If you're not running at least a 3" lift they won't fit. I'm running 5100's @ 2.5" in front on stock sport springs with 285/70/17's fierce attitude m/t's which measure out to 32.75". Even with alot of trimming they still rub in one little spot @ 3/4 turn until you turn past that point. With 18" it would catch bad enough that it would probably rip the front bumper off if not rub on the frame and uca's. Go with 17's and save yourself alot of time, money, and hassle.
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Currently have a 6" Procomp lift. Truck also already has 35X12.5 Interco M16s. Yes, I have some rubbing. I'm wanting to go down in size a little but not too much. Also already have 18s for wheels. Choosing a tire that will fit my current wheels in case I decide I like them better than the Fuel wheels.
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nice. I bet it looks sweet with the 6" lift on it. Don't know too much about the toyos but it seems like a bunch of people are running the duratracs with great results. After seeing them in person I probably would've picked those over the ones I'm currently running.
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Old 06-29-2012, 05:31 AM   #7
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You've got a great looking truck. Almost bought that color before I found my black one. I'll try to get a picture up. I bought it slightly used (21k miles), and it already had all the mods done to it. Now I'm just changing up the few I want different.
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Here it is in current form.
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Had to chime in again here, the 19" wheels is closer to what you originally put in your op.
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I didn't do any calculating. I just used what Toyo had listed on their site. According to them, their 285/70/18 is 34.1X 11.4

And not to be a smart***, but 33.71 is closer to 34 than 34.71.

Seriously, though. All sizes and calculations and whatever else aside...does anyone have any pictures of those wheels on a taco or any information about places to get the aforementioned Toyos at a good price. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Anyone have a place to purchase these tires for less than $1400-1500 per set of 4?
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