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Will 06 Tundra wheels fit my Taco?

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by raghorn, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. raghorn

    raghorn [OP] Member

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    Can I run 2006 17" Tundra wheels with 265-70-17's on my 2004 double cab TRD Taco 4wd with factory suspension?.............................
     
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    Factory backspacing on the tacomas is 4.5"
    Backspacing on the tundra 17" wheels are 5"
    That means the tire will be 1/2" closer to the UCA/frame than whit stock wheels. And by stepping up to 265's, you might be cutting it close.

    But yes...bolt pattern is the same.
     
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    I thought the Taco came with 265's?
     
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    265/70/17's is what the 1st gen tundra, second gen taco, and 4th gen runners came with stock.

    First gen tacos either came with 225/75/15 or 265/70/16.
     
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    Not sure about the 4runner or Tundra, but 2nd gen Tacos come with 265/70/16 or 265/65/17 stock in TRD trim not 265/70/17. SR5 or base 6 lugs come with 245/75/16. [​IMG] ...But that again it is probably irrelevant in a 1st gen forum...:eek:
     
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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
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    Whoopsie. You are correct. I meant 265/65/17 for all 3.
     
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    Anybody running GMC/Chevy wheels on their Taco?...................
    Thanks for the information guys.
     
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    GM wheels will not fit a Toyota, the center of the wheel is not bored big enough for the hubs. With that being said a Toyota wheel does fit a GM, not sure about back spacing spec though.
     
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