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Wide Offset Wheels 2wd?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by prerunner24, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. Apr 11, 2012 at 9:32 AM

    prerunner24 [OP] AR-15 Shooter

    Jan 17, 2012
    First Name:
    North East Texas
    Silver 2wd 06 Prerunner 6" lift
    Silver, 6" Pro Comp lift, re geared rear end, 20x9 Fuel Offroad Boost wheels & 305/55/20 Cooper Zeon LTZ tires, black halo projector headlights, black billet grille, Debadge tailgate and black door badges, Nightshades blacked out taillights & 3rd brake light, Pioneer double din monitor, K&N cold air intake, Cherry Bomb Extreme muffler with no cats & chrome 5" diesel tips dumped behind rear axel, Unichip programmer. Long Travel plans for the future, going back to 35" tires this summer, probably mud grapplers. Putting out 218 rwhp, and 245 ft/lb of torque.
    When i bought my 2wd tacoma it had 20x10" wheels on 35"s. My front wheel bearings kept going out over and over again then i found out that it was because the amount of offset my wheels had put to much stress on my spindles which was a bummer. I bought some 20x9 Fuel Boost wheels and no more problems. But has anyone else ran into the problem? If so have you found any solutions that let you run wide ass wheels on a 2wd.. I would do anything to be able to run some 22x14" wheels one day!
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