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Wheel and tire size Question

Discussion in '5 Lug' started by SuperchargedFX, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. SuperchargedFX

    SuperchargedFX [OP] Member

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    Hey guys just need something clarified im planning to buy some wheels, the pro comp series 51/52 to be specific. Im pretty sure the 15x8 5x4.5 -19mm offset and 3.75 backspace will fit the 2005 up tacos. The question i was wondering how far they will stick out from the wheel wells? and what the biggest tire size i can fit on there also? 225/70/15? (probably going to take out the black box)
     
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    any plans on lifting?
     
  3. SuperchargedFX

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    Sometime down the road. So not right away. Will this setup only work with a lifted taco?
    thanks for the reply
     
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    If you plan on lifting later id do a 30x9.5
     
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    Oh ok and those will fit without rubbing if i take out the black box? Also the wheels will fit without spacers correct, i went to a nearby 4 wheel parts and they said it might rub the brake calipers, but im seeing a bunch of threads with 2005+ tacos with these rims not using spacers just want to clarify.
    thanks again
     
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    Im pretty sure if you ditch the black boxes you can run a 30x9.5 no problem as for the wheels theres a few 5 lug builds that use those types of steelies with no issues. Id double check that first before you drop the coin
     
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