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Old 04-19-2014, 01:44 PM   #202
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I'm running 305/60's on a 18x9 0 offset rim with a 3" lift. They stick out maybe 1/2" to 1" from the fenders. I had to trim most of the mudflap, some of the inner fender flare, and some of the body mount. Not horribly noticeable.
I'm looking to run the same setup only with WORX rims. What is the backspace with your rims? I like how your tires stick out a little. I also see that you have the UCAs. Were they necessary for clearance or did you just get them for better alignment?

I'm trying to decide which BS & offset to go with. 2 choices are:
BS=5, Offset=+01
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BS=4.5, Offset= -12

I really want a deeper looking dish/lip to the rim.
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:01 PM   #203
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I'm looking to run the same setup only with WORX rims. What is the backspace with your rims? I like how your tires stick out a little. I also see that you have the UCAs. Were they necessary for clearance or did you just get them for better alignment?

I'm trying to decide which BS & offset to go with. 2 choices are:
BS=5, Offset=+01
or
BS=4.5, Offset= -12

I really want a deeper looking dish/lip to the rim.
My 18x9 rims with the 0 offset have a 5" backspacing. The 4.5" backspacing will give you more of the deep dish look, but the rims will stick out 1/2 inch more. I bought the UCA's for alignment correction.
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:12 PM   #204
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My 18x9 rims with the 0 offset have a 5" backspacing. The 4.5" backspacing will give you more of the deep dish look, but the rims will stick out 1/2 inch more. I bought the UCA's for alignment correction.
Great, Thanks! I'm new to the Tacoma forum but not new to off-roading and/or lifting trucks. Been doing it since the early 80's. I'm 53 and I'll never grow out of it! Having too much fun to grow old! hahaha
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17x8.5 fuel offroad hostage 106 bore 5.75" back space +25 offset
Would this work on a 2005 pre runner with stock suspension?

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Old 07-11-2014, 04:00 PM   #206
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Bumping to see if anyone ever measured the Baja / TX Pro wheels... Looking to compare backspacing vs a regular TRD OR
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:57 PM   #209
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SR5 Steel Wheels: 16x7, +? mm offset, ? backspacing, 6x5.5" bolt pattern, ? hub bore, ? lbs
http://www.ebay.com/itm/271499560972

+15 mm offset so 4.35" backspacing
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Hello fellas,

I'm looking to buy all new wheels and tires. I know the rims I want but need help matching the tires. I drive a 2000 Tacoma Prerunner and I don't want to alter the vehicle. The lift is fine.

Here are the rims I like

http://www.wheelsforless.com/HE87869068212N

What size tire goes with these rims?

TIA

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