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Old 05-02-2013, 02:44 PM   #1
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Mickey Thompson classic lock wheels

After researching and researching and more researching it seems like these 16x8 4" BS and a -12 offset will for on my 03 DC. But after searching on here for hours I don't know if these wheels clear the calipers without spacers. I really don't want to have to get spacers so I want to make sure these wheels will fit without and modification.
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http://www.4wheelparts.com/Wheels/Cl...n=M%2fT1368412
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They will fit, here is a member's build thread with the exact wheels you want. People on TW don't seem to like the faux beadlock look and the M/T classic locks tend to be expensive, so you don't see very many 1st gens running them.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...-makeover.html

16" aluminum wheels rarely interfere with the brake caliper, it's usually the 15" steel wheels with the D-window holes that will rub the caliper.
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Okay awesome I just didn't know what offset the guy in that link has or if that is even going to matter.
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:53 PM   #5
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Okay awesome I just didn't know what offset the guy in that link has or if that is even going to matter.
The ones with 4" BS will fit, I promise. I would buy those wheels without hesitation.

Give M/T a call and ask them if you want to double check before you order.
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Well I called 4wheelparts and they said I may have fitment issues.
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Another thread with answers all over the place on whether they fit or not.
I went with Level 8 Trackers which look the same and have no fitment issues.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...lassic-ii.html
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I am just going to go ahead and order them.
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The ones with 4" BS will fit, I promise. I would buy those wheels without hesitation.

Give M/T a call and ask them if you want to double check before you order.
x2 - I just put a set on a 1st gen Dbl Cab last week.
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Was the offset -12?
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Yes sir. In a 16" for that particular wheel style, that's the only offset offered by M/T. Part# is 1368412.

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Okay awesome was a last second life saver haha. I'm sitting on my computer right now about to order them.
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Can I used the factory tacoma lug nuts or do I need to order new ones?
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The wheels will clear no problem...but I'm not sure what set up you're running (Lift/tires), so you may have a tire rub issue, because these will stick out a bit.

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Can I used the factory tacoma lug nuts or do I need to order new ones?
Order some new "ET" extended thread lug nuts.
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I just ordered the ultimate Toytec lift kit. I will be lifting three inches with 285/75/16
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How far do you think they will stick out of the fender?
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How far do you think they will stick out of the fender?
Just barely past the fender. My tires are pretty much even with the outside edge of the black flares, so figure yours will be 1/2" further out.



For reference that picture is with 4.5" of backspacing...

Sorry, couldn't find a 1st gen w/ 4" of BS.

Read through this thread, Bobert is running 16" w/ 4" of BS on 285s. Just scroll down till you see the pictures with the black wheels.
http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?t=126500

Glad you finally got it all figured out man.
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I really appreciate the help. I called 4wheelparts yesterday and ordered them. They said they only had one set left in the country so I'm pretty excited to get this project started next weekend.
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how did it all fit?
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