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Old 11-28-2012, 05:32 PM   #1
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TRD Beadlock wheels with spacers?

Found some bronze TRD Fake Beadlocks and was just wondering if any one knows if you can use Spider Trax wheel spacers with this wheel? I have the spacers on my stock wheels right now to allow for more UCA clearance because I am running 275/65/16 Dura Tracs. I would love to be able to use the spacers if I can because I am planning on running 285's in the future on the TRD Beadlocks. I currently am leveled out with 4 Blistein 5100's and a 1 inch rear block.
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You won't need them, the TRD wheels have less backspacing then stock wheels.
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You won't need them, the TRD wheels have less backspacing then stock wheels.
^^ This. I know many people that are running 285's with no issues.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:36 AM   #4
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Thanks for all the replies. Even though I may not need them will the spacers still work with this wheel?
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:49 AM   #5
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No, they will make it stick too far out, leading to rubbing on the outside of the tire.
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:06 PM   #6
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No, they will make it stick too far out, leading to rubbing on the outside of the tire.
This^^^^

I guess since you already have them though you might as well try them, but I seriously doubt you will be able to turn without hitting the fenders. If you have the 1.25" Spidertrax spacers combined with the backspacing of the TRD wheels, it will move the wheel out 2.25" over stock. That is a pretty big difference.
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:01 PM   #7
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yea man im running 285's on steel wheels with sspidertrax and the rubbed so much i cant imagine pushing them out even more. also runnning billies. id just sell them and recover your money. or chop away
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Would I get much rubbing if I decide to keep the 275/65/16's i'm running now? I just like the look of a wider stance, thats why I was wondering about using the spacers.
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Would I get much rubbing if I decide to keep the 275/65/16's i'm running now? I just like the look of a wider stance, thats why I was wondering about using the spacers.
Only one way to find out!
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Just got in from installing the TRD Wheels and I left the 1.25 spider trax spacers on. I am running 265/75/16 Dura Tracs and the look is amazing. Just enough meat outside the wheel well for a beefer stance and no rubbing. I will post up some pics tomorrow, dark outside now, but I am really happy with the look. May just stay with the 265's instead of the 285's for mileage sake.
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i havent seen a change in my fuel mileage at all but however im glad it worked for you! post some pics
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Pics are up

Here are a few pics of my set-up.
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Here are a few pics of my set-up.
Looks good, kinda makes the 265's look bigger then they are.
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Drove the truck all weekend with no problems at all, no rubbing issues with the fender flairs outside or inside. The Spider Trax spacers really work well with the TRD Beadlocks to give my truck that wider aggressive stance. They actually make the 265's look bigger than they are, of course it may be the wheels also.
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Sick!!!! Same tire wheel combo I'm looking for. I want the dark gray beadlocks!!!! What are your front 5100's set at?
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:47 AM   #17
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Bilsteins are cranked all the way for max lift up front.
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I have them but dont mistake tire rub for the calipers grabbing the stick on weights. The 16" wheels have like under 1/4" clearance to the rim. Add a stick on weight and some load and when it grabs you would swear it was tire rub.
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do you have pics of your spacers on the stock wheels set up? Thinking about putting spacers on mine for the looks as well and wondering what it might look like.
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