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white wheels that fit ?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by FuzzHead, May 29, 2011.

  1. KPT

    KPT sees what you did there.

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    Once you figure out what range of trie widths you might be running, check the tire manufacturers website. They will list what rims widths each tire size is approved for.
     
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    sub'd. thinking of doing the same
     
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    here is the response from summit racing tech support about the cragar wheels:

    Response (Mark) 06/01/2011 12:57 PM
    They most likely will not fit. From my experience, 16" steel and 1-piece cast wheels won't clear your Toyota's calipers. The best chance for a 16" wheel will be a 2-piece construction, and then I still recommend test fitting before mounting.
     
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    I agree with this Mark character.
     
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    i'm really determined for the 8 spoke old school look. i'll begin my new search for a 17" rim tonight. but i doubt i'll find a 17" steel.
     
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    Summit sais the US Wheel 70-7760 will fit. they are 16x7 with a 6x5.5 bolt spacing, and 2 piece construction. the problem is they only have 4" of backspacing. will that be enough to run 265/75 tires with 1.75 inches of lift ? or will there be any rubbing issues ?
     
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