I'll try to make a long story short. I have a 2009 DCSB TRD 4x4. Wanting a little lift, went with a leveling kit. Then realized the truck looked a little weird with stock tires (265/70/16). Decided to buy new wheels and tires and fill up some wheel well. After reading many posts on Tacomworld 265/75/16 sounded like the safest option. Some folks have been running 285/70/17 with "little" trimming. Went to a shop weeks ago and was told that the Duratrac didn't come in a 265/75/16 at that time, I think they do now. However, the salesman said that they have installed 285/70/17 on quite a few tacos with no problems. Well needless to say, they didn't fit, especially because the offset/backspacing made the wheel hit on the UCA. Didn't even sound like they could get them to bolt on (Fuel Boosts). After driving 100 miles to the shop, I was stunned. The salesperson did more checking and calling and let me know that a 285/75/16 on a 16x8 Fuel Boost with proper offset would work or they would do what it takes to make it work. At this point I feel a morbid curiosity to find out what happens. Am I just being dumb standing here waiting for a train wreck, which is my truck, to take place. Or should I quit worrying because it will work out and look decent in the end?