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2017 Tacoma TRD Offroad - 285/75/16 Stock rim?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Wizzard005, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. Jan 24, 2018 at 5:46 PM
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    Hey guys,

    I am in need of tires just till the end of the year , so i do not want to buy rims and stuff if i don't have too. I am wondering if these will fit on stock rims with the 2.75/3" Spacer lift?

    Yes I searched, but only saw people with sports, and i think the rim is different...
     
  2. Jan 24, 2018 at 6:04 PM
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    Most likely you will need a CMC and 1.25-1.5 inch wheel spacers.
     
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    CMC? And spacers? you think they will be too wide? i have a chance to pick up 4 for 350, 4 months old, so good deal, but if they no go, then no point :)
     
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    would they fit is a ditch the rims? just get some cheap ones??
     
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    the will fit the rim. Know a bunch of people that have them. But all had to run wheel spacers to clear the UCA. they all have lifts of some sort (2-3 inches). I know 1 out of the group that didn't have to do a CMC but the rest did.

    So odds are, CMC and wheel spacers.
     
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    what is the term CMC lol? I also have been gone for years :)
     
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    To run that size tire, you need a 0 offset wheel in order to not have to trim or CMC. The stock OR wheels are a +25 offset. They are pushed in to far to not have to trim. If you go in the opposite direction with a -6 or -12 offset you will have to trim and CMC.

    I’ve tried several different wheels and tires on my 2017. I found the Method NV’s and Cooper STT Pro’s in 285/75R16 work great. No trimming or CMC.

    Note: You do have to do a minimum 2.5” lift.
     
  9. Jan 24, 2018 at 6:33 PM
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    so even if its a 285/75r16 it may not fit depends on the tire layout etc... I don't mind triming a little bit, for 350 for a set of 5 seems like a great deal, but then again, if i have to do a bunch of other crap to make it happen then maybe not worth it...
     
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  12. Jan 24, 2018 at 6:36 PM
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    No, I’m just saying I run Cooper STT Pro’s. All 285/75R16’s are relatively the same size.

    It’s the wheel that matters. On the stock OR wheels you are rubbiing the UCA’s and inside wheel well with 285’s. So you would need wheel spacers if you’re wanting to keep your stock wheels.
     
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    ok, so if i get spacers or ditch the stock rims, then i should be good? right? Nothing wrong with the 285's for shoes.... gosh, last truck at 35" and one before that had 38's lol, i am so out of the game
     
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    You will need wheel spacers for stock rims or wheels with a 0 offset. Here is what mine looks like.

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    that's the look i want to go for, what rims?
     
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    Method NV’s.
     
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    thank you for the info... Seems I will grab the tires, and just bit the bullet and get rims... Maybe i can keep these rims when I 3 link it.
     
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    You’re welcome!
     
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    got it, i had to do that to my 2012.... i just didnt know the terms you all used
     

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