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Old 09-20-2012, 05:39 PM   #1
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Method Double Standard - 16" doesn't fit Tacoma?

Spoke to 4Wheel Parts earlier today trying to get pricing on my build

They said I wouldn't be able to get the 16" double standard because aftermarket 16s don't clear the brake calipers... would have to get the 17s.

Anyone out there that can confirm/deny this?
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Dont add wheel spacers If you dont need them. If you have a TRD sport model you'll need a 17 to clear the brakes. Great wheels tho, Im running the 17 Desert truck beadlock. 17's still look good just tires are a tad more expensive than 16's
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I'm looking to get the SR5. Will that work?
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Depends on backspacing and offset info. 16" will work fine on the SR5
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Depends on backspacing and offset info. 16" will work fine on the SR5
According to website:

Size
16 x 8

Bolt Pattern
5, 6, and 8 lug

Offset
0mm

Backspace
4.50"

Load Rating
2100 lbs. - 3600 lbs.
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I have a trd with dick cepek torque 16x8 6 on 5.5 with a 4.50 backspacing and they work fine.
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I have Method Double Standards, 16x8 with 4.5 BS on my Tacoma, SR5 Prerunner and they fit great.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:05 AM   #10
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I have Method Double Standards, 16x8 with 4.5 BS on my Tacoma, SR5 Prerunner and they fit great.
Good info to know. Hmm, I wonder if there are any differences between the 4x2 and 4x4 brakes that would make a difference. If not that would be great.
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I have Method Double Standards, 16x8 with 4.5 BS on my Tacoma, SR5 Prerunner and they fit great.
So tell me... how does the goldish colored bolts on the street lock look in person?
This is the one thing that bugged me with these, but then again I've never seen them in person. Maybe doesn't look that back with the all black ones, but I was planning on running the black w/machined finsh lock in which case theres a contrast between the bolts and locks.
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Why people say they wont fit is beyond me, here is a Sport TRD with them...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...spd-build.html



And TRD OR and sport have the same brakes....

Hell I think SR5 is the same as well....
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Dont add wheel spacers If you dont need them. If you have a TRD sport model you'll need a 17 to clear the brakes. Great wheels tho, Im running the 17 Desert truck beadlock. 17's still look good just tires are a tad more expensive than 16's
Not really true I have 2 sets 16s an they clear with no spacer depends on the wheels an specs and yes I have a 4x4 09 sport dcsb
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Dont add wheel spacers If you dont need them. If you have a TRD sport model you'll need a 17 to clear the brakes. Great wheels tho, Im running the 17 Desert truck beadlock. 17's still look good just tires are a tad more expensive than 16's
NOT TRUE, 16" METHOD wheels will fit any 6 Lug 2nd gen taco (as long as it doesnt have the TRD big brake kit)

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Why people say they wont fit is beyond me, here is a Sport TRD with them...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...spd-build.html



And TRD OR and sport have the same brakes....

Hell I think SR5 is the same as well....
Hey, I know that guy!!!
Here are more pictures of the above truck (MINE) running those rims. I ran them WITH and WITHOUT spacers and both work fine. My truck is a 2010 DCSB TRD SPORT 6pd with a supercharger, and yes, my truck kicks ass!!!








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4wheel parts is a joke, they said the same to me. I ended up buying them elseware for much cheaper, and they fit great! I have a TRD offroad, and they clear the calipers just as well as the factory wheels.



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I have no idea Where people get the info that the Tacoma have different brake sizes
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I have no idea Where people get the info that the Tacoma have different brake sizes
The only differance I know of is the TRD big brake kit.
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also, i notice with 4wheel parts. They will tell you this about ANY 16'' wheel. not only the methods, and we all know plenty of people run aftermarket 16s
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also, i notice with 4wheel parts. They will tell you this about ANY 16'' wheel. not only the methods, and we all know plenty of people run aftermarket 16s
Thats because mama says the 4 wheel parts is the devil!!! (spoken in the voice of the water boy).
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I have Method Double Standards, 16x8 with 4.5 BS on my Tacoma, SR5 Prerunner and they fit great.
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