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Old 07-28-2013, 01:38 PM   #21
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What size / offset/ backspace are yours? Any rubbing?
Method only makes 1 size that fits the 2nd Gen Taco in 16x8, 4.5" BS, 0 Offset.. I had Camburg spindles and UCA (+2 Camber), so absolutely no rubbing, lock to lock and I wheeled it hard..
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I was looking at 17x8.5, 4.75 bs , 0 offset. Tire rack says they'll fit the tacoma. Not sure if I trust that.
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16" Method Double Standards wrapped in 285 MTR's

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Old 07-28-2013, 08:56 PM   #25
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Just put em on. Love the look so much. I originally wanted the TRD fake beadlocks, but in person I actually liked these more!

16x8 Double standard with machined lip. 4.5 backspacing and 256/75r16 BFG AT KO tires. No lift yet, its sitting in my garage

Only rubs on the mud flap when turning close to lock, and I know it wont once I either lift it or remove them. Made the truck look completely different!





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Old 07-29-2013, 11:38 AM   #26
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Just put em on. Love the look so much. I originally wanted the TRD fake beadlocks, but in person I actually liked these more!

16x8 Double standard with machined lip. 4.5 backspacing and 256/75r16 BFG AT KO tires. No lift yet, its sitting in my garage

Only rubs on the mud flap when turning close to lock, and I know it wont once I either lift it or remove them. Made the truck look completely different!





Pure sex right there! I want these as well, but looking for somebody with a bit better than MSRP price....
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Old 07-29-2013, 12:46 PM   #27
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Pure sex right there! I want these as well, but looking for somebody with a bit better than MSRP price....
Try Americas tire or discount tire. Best prices I have found and they can order almost anything, just ask! I ended up going to tire rack , and got the tires from America's tire before I knew I could order through them!
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Old 07-29-2013, 11:32 PM   #28
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Lookin good! Nice upgrade
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:26 AM   #29
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Here's mine..

I'm actually thinking about selling these and getting the machined ones for my new Silver 2013.. Haven't seen any with that set up, so if anyone out there has a SSM with machined Methods, Id like to see that..
How much are you selling them for?
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:49 AM   #30
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How much are you selling them for?
You know.. I'm still on the fence about the wheels.. the tires i will sell.. If you're serious, shoot me a PM and we can discuss it there, since this isn't the right forum..
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Just got these installed today. Love them so far. The Toyos ride nice and smooth.

265/70/17 Toyo Open Country AT2 on Method Double Standard Wheels 17x8.5

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Old 08-02-2013, 12:05 PM   #32
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Looks good there GreyTaco. I want the Double Standard with the "machined" lip. It is same black in the center but the outer "bead lock" piece is brushed silver color. I would reall prefer it in 7 or 7.5" wide, but 8" wide will work too.
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16" Method 301s on my 2008 Tacoma (315/75/16 Toyo MTs)


Now mounted on my 2001 4Runner (255/85/16 Toyo MTs)


Tacoma is getting a fresh set of 17" Black Double Standards and 35/12.5/17 Toyos, Double Standards will be replaced with Beadlocks eventually, just not today.
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16" Method 301s on my 2008 Tacoma (315/75/16 Toyo MTs)


Now mounted on my 2001 4Runner (255/85/16 Toyo MTs)


Tacoma is getting a fresh set of 17" Black Double Standards and 35/12.5/17 Toyos, Double Standards will be replaced with Beadlocks eventually, just not today.
Nice! Love the bolts! I was actually thinking today that blue anodized bolts would look sweet on mine. Just don't know where I could get some.
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Nice! Love the bolts! I was actually thinking today that blue anodized bolts would look sweet on mine. Just don't know where I could get some.
I had mine powdercoated and they have held up pretty good. I'm debating having the entire wheel coated on the double standards but I will probably end up doing just the ring.

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Old 08-02-2013, 02:19 PM   #36
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I just ordered a set of the Method Double Standard, Machined wheels. They are black with the "bead lock" part in brushed aluminum finish. Just put a deposit on a set at SDHQ. This particular wheel is out of stock but Method has a few sets coming available in a couple weeks and now (with a deposit) a set is going to be mine. Going to put a set of the "Tall & Skinny" 255/85R16 BFG M/T tires on the Taco. hoping these wheels being a little lighter than most will help offset the heavy weight of these tires.... As for gearing I will run the stock 3.73 ring and pinions until I really feel the need to get the 4.56 ratios...
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:50 PM   #38
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EVE Designs: Nice truck, the wheels set it off nicely! I have Icon mid-travel as well but not the bump stops, good stuff.
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I just ordered a set of the Method Double Standard, Machined wheels. They are black with the "bead lock" part in brushed aluminum finish. Just put a deposit on a set at SDHQ. This particular wheel is out of stock but Method has a few sets coming available in a couple weeks and now (with a deposit) a set is going to be mine. Going to put a set of the "Tall & Skinny" 255/85R16 BFG M/T tires on the Taco. hoping these wheels being a little lighter than most will help offset the heavy weight of these tires.... As for gearing I will run the stock 3.73 ring and pinions until I really feel the need to get the 4.56 ratios...
Ditching the bronze countersteers Bill?
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Ditching the bronze countersteers Bill?
No, but I just bought some used 255/85R16 BFG Mud Terrains so I can try out the "Tall & Skinny" fitment. My bronze Konig Countersteers with 265/75 DuraTrac tires are working fine on and off-road so I will leave them as is. Then I can experiment with the BFG Muds and Method wheels (when SDHQ gets them in about 10 more days).
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