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Will Pro Comp 7089s 16x8 work on my 2010 prerunner??

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by JakeS, May 13, 2014.

  1. May 13, 2014 at 4:02 PM
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    I have 2010 DC prerunner and wanted to get the Pro Comp 7089 rims in 16x8 4.5 back spacing. I am getting 265/75/16 bfg all terrains this week. Any body know if I can run these rims on my truck without too much rubbing on stock suspension and will they rub the brakes? PICS WOULD BE GREAT
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    They should work. I had 16x10 on my truck, but that was with a 3 inch lift and 33s
     
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    Going to order rims tomorrow! Which lug nuts do I need for these wheels?
     
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    Also, you will probably have just a slight rub while turning with no lift. With a slight lift it will eliminate any rubbing. The tire size would normally fit, but the 7089's have 0 offset which moves the tires outwards.

    The 16" 7089's will clear the calipers.
     
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    How do you figure that adding lift will get rid of rubbing? Suspension still cycles the same distance whether it's stock or lifted.
     
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    The 7089's move the tire away from the frame because of more offset. Moving the tires closer to the outer wheel well plastic. That's what it rubs. I had this issue before lifting. After you lift the truck, it lifts the wheel well away from the tire, hence eliminating wheel rub.
     
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    Until you take it offroad... Lift will not magically get rid of rubbing.
     
  9. Jul 8, 2014 at 6:23 PM
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    I haven't had a single incident of rubbing since lifting in 25k miles. Even if you were off-roading hard enough to compress that far, the world will keep spinning.
     

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