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Old 05-09-2010, 07:42 PM   #1
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? about procomp 8069

ok i searched with very little results. i wanna get them in 16x8 and they come in -11" offset. i know EverTaco23 has the 16x8 with no issues, but he's got a 1st gen. is there a difference in the calipers used for 2nd gen? i really dont wanna get a wheel that ill need to run a spacer or grind my caliper. thank.

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Old 05-09-2010, 07:44 PM   #2
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i have the 1069 16x8 not sure of the offset but i had to grind down the caliper just a hair to clear them.
Or just get spacers.
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thanks. theyre the same offset im pretty sure. im tryin to stay away from spacers cause my buddy had them on his taco and they made the front end wobble like hell. how hard was it to shave the caliper?
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i'm running the procomp 8069/wheelers alloys and i dont have any rub....16x8. the hub of the wheel is literally about 1/8" away from the calipers, but doesnt touch
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is there any difference in the procomp and wheelers? i looked on their website but cant seem to find them
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is there any difference in the procomp and wheelers? i looked on their website but cant seem to find them
they are listed in wheelers as 1st gen wheels b/c they claim caliper rubbage as well on the 2nd gens.

http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomablackalloys.htm
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haha well damn. i was lookin in 2nd gen...they also say 4" bs like the pro comps. but pro comps are a lil less expensive.
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^^ well procomp is the manufacturer and wheelers is a retailer, so wheelers still has to get his from the sale. same wheel though. like i stated before, close, but no rubbage....here's a pic for ya...

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yeah its not hard to do, just dont over do it. i did and i had a hell of a time fixing it. the spidertrax spacers i hear are good, i've never heard of any wobbling, but i just didnt have 200 to throw at them.
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yeah its not hard to do, just dont over do it. i did and i had a hell of a time fixing it. the spidertrax spacers i hear are good, i've never heard of any wobbling, but i just didnt have 200 to throw at them.
i've only heard of wobbling when the wrong types of spidertrax were used or sometimes if the thin, between the wheel and hub w/ no extra studs spacers were used
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i've got the pro comp rock crawler steel wheels......it seems like they're different than the extreme alloys, and they take a lot grinding to make them work


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thanks for all the fast imput guys...im definitely gonna talk to the tire shop bout these soon.

jhodge ur truck is lookin badass!!
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thanks for all the fast imput guys...im definitely gonna talk to the tire shop bout these soon.

jhodge ur truck is lookin badass!!
thx....if nothing else, have the shop test fit one to the truck to be sure
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I just got a set for my 1st gen. I got them from 4wheelonline. They are haveing a sale right now and the wheels are $98 each and $35 to ship all 4. I order on a moneday and had them on a friday. Heres the link.

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thanks mwild thats a good deal. one last question. hub or lug centric?
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Mine are lug but im not sure about the 2nd gens.
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cool. i just know reading this site, some ppl say lug for one wheel and hub for another. guess it doesnt really matter long as u got the correct lug nuts? correct?
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pretty sure they're supposed to be hub-centric. but don't quote me on that
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1st gen is lug-centric and 2nd is hub if i remember that right
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anybody have these on a 1st gen? looking to pick up a set of them...

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