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Duratrac 33s on 3 inch lift? (pic)

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by SETX, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. SETX

    SETX [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I have 2001 with a 3 inch lift (5100, eibach). I am getting tires and want duratracs 33x12.5x16. I know ill have to do some sort of trimming, but any idea on how much? I dont have the money at the moment for spacers. I also have stock UCA and stock rims. And can some1 tell me what those tires are called in metric sizes, 285/?/16 ?
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    (pic of rims, not sure of backspacing or anything)
     
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    285/75/16 roughly 33x11" i believe. new wheels with proper backspacing and offset would be a better way to fit larger tires and only slightly more expensive than spacers.
     
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    33/12.5/15
     
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    More like 2.5" lift...285/70/17(33x11.5) duratracs on 9" wide wheels.

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    I don't think they make a 33x12.5 for 16 inch wheels. I know they have a 285/75 and a 305/70 (something like that). Tacomaworld has a useful tire size calculator in the forum categories on the left side of the screen.
     
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    littlebro, how much do yours rub?
     
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    Only at full bump and lock. Other than that they fit great.
    I will post up more picks. You will love the 33/12.5/15.
    Check out my build
     
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    33x12.50r15 Duratracs with 29,500 miles on them... love these tires!



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    sorry to hijack but do you need wheel spacer
    for 33x12.5?
     
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    I believe it depends on what wheels you have.
     
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    I think mine have 4.5 BS
     
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    Mine have 3.75 of BS
     
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    Damn must be close to your uca's with 4.5" BS and 12.50's. I'm pretty close with just 11.5" wide tires, 4.5" BS 9" wide wheels.
     
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    They may have less... all I have to go off is what the guy I bought them from told me, you know how that can be... Either way, they don't rub anything, after doing some minor trimming
     
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    Guess i need to find some 15 inch rims so i can get 12.50's. Does anyone know the backspacing on my rims. ( i have no idea how to tell, there just the stock ones. and the tires on it say 16R so its a 16 right)
     
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    I think stock was 4.5 BS but not 100% sure.
     
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    So if im to get new 15 inch wheels to fit 33x12.5x15, what backspacing should i get to have the least amount of rubbing?
    And how wide should the rim be?
     
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