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16 inch wheels for a 2nd Gen Taco

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by FL Forester, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. Jan 8, 2009 at 9:56 AM
    FL Forester

    FL Forester [OP] Well-Known Member

    Aug 23, 2008
    First Name:
    Tallahassee, FL
    2014 MGM Double Cab
    None yet
    Does anyone have a list of what wheels will fit a 2nd generation tacoma? I have seen pics of wheels that I like but don't know if they come in 16's. I am not dead set on staying with 16's, but would like to so I can keep tire priced down somewhat.

  2. Oct 17, 2009 at 8:57 AM

    tacomaa1 Tacomaa1

    May 15, 2009
    First Name:
    2005 access cab 4x4 V6 6Spd
    3" EZ lift kit Black from extremetrucktoys.com, Pro Comp 7089 16X8 Flat Black Wheels, Nitto 285/75/16 Tires and two full matching spares, added the UnderCover Black Composite Tonneau Cover and love it...Sabersport black headlights, Grillcraft Black mesh grille, T-Rex 2 Eyelids, will be adding Total Chaos UCAs soon from downsouth motorsports for $651.70....
    I realize that this is an old message you posted back in jan, but i just noticed it since this is what i went through a few months ago and i had trouble getting good answers out of people. i dont know how many 16" aftermarket wheels will fit the 2nd gen Taco but i do know that the Pro Comp 7089 and 7189 16" wheel will fit over those large 2nd gen taco big-ass calipers perfect cuz i have them on my 05. they are flat black 7089 pro comp 16X8 with 4.5" backspacing and i have 33" Nitto Terra grapplers mounted on them with a 3" suspension lift. if you installed 7089s or 7189s on your taco with 265/75/16 (31" X 10.50) they would be perfect without a lift and youd have no rubbing issues anywhere. i had to do some inner fender plastic trimming and mudflap trimming due to the combination of the 4.5" backspacing that i had to have to bring those wider/bigger tires out away from my upper control arms. I had been rubbing on the UCAs with my stock 16X7 steel toyota wheels and 33" tires that had a 5.5" backspacing and once i brought the bigger/wider tires out 1 inch it made me have to trim plastic away,but that was very easy and minor.
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