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wheel problem

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Tacoma2nd, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Tacoma2nd

    Tacoma2nd [OP] Active Member

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    2.5 inch coil spacer and rear add-a-leaf
    16x10s rub break caliper then busted out my fender flares when i turned. has anyone else had this problem with their 2nd generation tacoma? would 285/75/16 on a 16x8 work?
     
  2. hetkind

    hetkind Well-Known Member

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    bilstein set at 1.75, Racho 5000 rear with 4 leaf kit, floor mats, high lift jack, pull hook in hitch, bed rail corner braces, severe duty brake pads and devil horns on the grill....
    I am putting 17x8 with 4.5" backspacing AND 1/4" spacers to avoid the rub...on a '11 access cab.

    Howard
     
  3. Tacoma2nd

    Tacoma2nd [OP] Active Member

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    nice. thats exactly what i was planning on doing now. ive been talking with some people and that seems like the best option.
     
  4. hetkind

    hetkind Well-Known Member

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    bilstein set at 1.75, Racho 5000 rear with 4 leaf kit, floor mats, high lift jack, pull hook in hitch, bed rail corner braces, severe duty brake pads and devil horns on the grill....
    Try these guys for the 1/4" spacers, I have a set on order, all four 17x8 wheels are in, and once the spacers arrive and I can verify rim fit, I will mount my 145/70R17 studded snow tires on them...winter isn't quite over yet and the stock Dunlop Grandtrec tires don't do well on ice.

    http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomablackalloys.htm

    Howard
     
  5. island808

    island808 Me l've got brains.

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    I'm pretty sure the drums and brakes are bigger than 4.5 inches. You'd have to have like 9-11 inch back spacing on 4.5 inch offset with spacers .
     
  6. Chris07R6

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    Any pics of the damage? Lift?
     
  7. hetkind

    hetkind Well-Known Member

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    bilstein set at 1.75, Racho 5000 rear with 4 leaf kit, floor mats, high lift jack, pull hook in hitch, bed rail corner braces, severe duty brake pads and devil horns on the grill....
    I think you are confusing rim size and backspaing, and offset with backspacing...

    Howard
     
  8. KPT

    KPT sees what you did there.

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    You sir, are very confused....
     
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