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rim choice, 20 or 22's???

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by bigjim, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. bigjim

    bigjim [OP] Member

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    I am about to get new rims on my truck but can't decide between 20's or 22's. I have a 2006 double cab 4wd. I've only been able to locate a couple of pics thus far. Can you post pics of your truck if you have 20's or 22's? Please list the rim and tire size when posting. If you don't have pics, can you give me a link to some? Thanks.
     
  2. 06tacoma

    06tacoma Well-Known Member

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    20" enkei wheel,BFG G-Force tires, BHLM, Smoked tail lights, 2 RE Audio 10s, Quantom 900watt amp,10000K HIDs headlights and fog lamps,Borla exhaust, Borla drop in filter,Debadged tailgate,Painted black tacoma badges
    i have 20's on my truck but latley i have been think of getting 22's the only problem is every wheel i want does not come in 22's well g/l with your choice
     
  3. bigjim

    bigjim [OP] Member

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    what is the tire size? P###/##r20?
     
  4. pinkslip

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    http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fi...NT&wd=20&pc=68069&rw=8.5&bp=6-139.7&tc=LIQWIN

    They come in chrome, grey, or black.

    I just put these on my black DC a few days ago. No pics of them on the truck yet (cuz I haven't washed my truck yet). I'll post up as soon as I do though.

    I ran 265/50-20 Yokohama's. This maintains the right rolling diameter. You can run 275/50's, but it is a really odd size and there are only 2-3 tire choices out there. 285's will rub your upper control arm, because they are too wide.

    The optimal offset for our truck (on the 6 lug, at least) is -1 to +12mm. These +18mm's work though, because it is only an 8.5 inch wide rim (stock rims are 7.5") Basically, the new wheel sits farther in than the stock wheel, and sticks farther out toward the fender too.
     
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