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Stock trd sport rim offset.

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by PacificNwestiW86, Jul 7, 2020.

  1. Jul 7, 2020 at 2:40 AM
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    PacificNwestiW86

    PacificNwestiW86 [OP] Go beyond

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    Ron
    Washington
    Vehicle:
    2011 Tacoma Sport DCLB
    JBA HC uca, ome884/5100s set at .85, energy suspension bushings for swaybar and rack and pinion, clamshell bushing, Moog uca,LCA,inner/outter tierod, stabilzer link Leaf pack, Trq CV axle+wheel hub assembly
    I have 285/70/17 ko2s.

    Currently on Stock trd Sport rims. (17x7.5 +30mm offset with 1.25" spacer.)

    It rubs the UCA full crank.

    I did some conversion calculators.

    With the +30mm offset with the 1.25" spacer, that would bring it to a total of -1.75 offset (4.25"ish back space..

    The guy at discount tire said 17x9 -12 (4.53" backspacing), will give more clearance to the UCA, than what I already have. ( I don't care about rubbing cab/fenders)

    The conversioncalculators say the 9" will sit closer to the struts? Is the guy from discount tire mother fuckin me? I really don't want to buy rims and have them not fit. I overland my truck almost every other weekend and I like the 285s but I don't like it hitting the uca either.

    Jba HD uca
    5100s @ 0
    Ome884 coils
    Stock trd Sport rim 17x7.5 +30mm offset
    1.25" spacer
     

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