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17" Wheels on 07+ Tundra

Discussion in 'ICON Vehicle Dynamics' started by Icon_Adrian, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. Nov 9, 2019 at 3:46 PM
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    salmonfacesalad

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    Did you ever get this fixed? I had a hard time finding the right shop to balance my 17s. Even the Toyota dealership couldn’t balance them without the weights hitting the calipers and flying off. Finally found a shop the had the right weights. But I’m considering going back to 18’s possibly.
     
  2. Nov 10, 2019 at 10:04 AM
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    equin

    equin Texarican Tundra

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    TRD Rear Anti-sway bar, TRD Pro skid plate, Bedrug bed mat, 17" Icon Rebounds, 315/70/17 BFG AT/K02, Bilstein 6112s front (for now), Fox 2.5 Remote Reservoirs rear, Diamondback SE, Dirtydeeds Industries 8" stainless BAMuffler, aFe dry air filter, TRD air intake accelerator
    I took it back to Discount Tire and they re-balanced them. There’s still a slight shimmy, but it’s nowhere near as bad as before. I had a worse shimmy running 275/70/18 BFG ATs when I had 18’s, but I’ve never had a set of BFGs that could be balanced right anyway.

    Anyway, I’d stick with that one tire shop you found that knows how to balance them. The first tech who did mine was a really young guy who looked like he just graduated high school, so he probably wasn’t as experienced as one who’d been mounting and balancing tires for many years.
     
  3. Aug 16, 2022 at 3:31 PM
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    DP2049

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    Hey guys, new to the forum.. Has anyone done the older 6-lug 17" TRD wheels on a second generation Tundra or Sequoia (with an adapter of course). Just think the older wheels look better. I know the offset is different, but wondering if the adapter/spacer makes up for that. Thanks!
     

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