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Will these rims fit stock 2016 TRD Sport tires?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by JoeyDel, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. Feb 19, 2016 at 6:29 PM
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    EDIT: I can't edit the title and I'm not sure it is clear, will the sport factory tires fit on these rims?

    Just curious if I can put the stock factory tires of a 2016 access cab Sport TRD 4x4 on these rims?

    I know its not the ideal look but I can't spring for tires right now and I may be able to have the dealer swap the tires when my Sport comes in.

    http://parts.olathetoyota.com/oe-toyota/ptr2035110bk

    Thanks
     
  2. Feb 19, 2016 at 6:31 PM
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    Thanks Rock for the quick reply. I wasn't sure about the width.
     
  4. Apr 30, 2016 at 4:12 PM
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    I'd like to update, The factory tires that come on the Sport TRD are 265/65/17 and WILL NOT fit on the TDR PRO wheels. The TDR PRO wheels are 17x7" and the stock tires on the TRD Sport need a 17X7.5" rim.
    I've since sold my TDR PRO wheels and bought FN FX Pro wheels which are 17x8". These will accommodate a much larger selection of tire sizes, including the stock size that comes on the Sport. Plus they are a "0" offset so they sit a bit wider then the Toyota rims.

    I hope this saves another member from going through the trouble I went through.

    So instead of sticking your nose in the air @Unchained 5150 educate yourself and maybe you will be able to help someone someday.
     
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    Who told you they don't fit and "need" a 1/2" wider wheel? Actually, those tires will fit.
     
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    What the fuck are you talking about? Looks like you need some fucking schooling before calling people out.
     
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    Well according to all the tires I looked at on tirerack that are 265/65/17. Look it up.
     
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    Not sure if troll thread
     
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    I would never have pointed out one member had he tried to help in the least. Not a troll here but I see a lot of misinformation on these wheels being spread.
    They are fine on a '16 Tacoma, just not with the stock tire size. Not trying to start a riot.
    Just pointing out my experiences.
     
  12. Apr 30, 2016 at 4:49 PM
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    Any tire shop that won't put your stock tires on those rims isn't worth your time.
     
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    The rim widths given by the rubber manufacturer are a guideline, and I can't see any reason a tire wouldn't hold a bead on a slightly narrower rim, unless they were low profile or something
     
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    Any tire shop that recommended putting that combo together is not worth my time.
     
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    WTH is happening in this thread?
     
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    Will someone be able to fit them? Most likely. Would I transverse a slope with an oversized tire on my rims? No way.
     
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    Wow is all I can say. No other response needed from me as I am now unwatching this Troll Thread. That's like the manufacturer saying a 285/75/16 inch tire will not work on my TRD Bronze Beadlock wheels. Many have done it on here, but I guess if TireCrack says it it's true. Enjoy this one guys.
     
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    TRD Beadlocks are 7.5" so yes they will fit. TDR PRO wheels are 7" wheels get your f'n facts straight before getting loud son.
     
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    FWIW, I always enjoy a good discussion based on facts and I'm not looking to offend but I'm not the one who put this conversation in the gutter. All I asked was to be pointed to the facts. I did gain some incite on what could work from some helpful members but its not enough to make me feel comfortable with that combo.
    I'll leave it at that.
     

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