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Anyone know if I could run stock TRD wheels with 35" toyo mt's with spacers( leveling kit) ???

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Tundra.v2, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. Dec 7, 2016 at 8:06 PM
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    i wanted to go as big as possible with a 3" leveling kit(spacers) on my 2015 trd stock wheels. Any help pls!? I want to put toyo open country mts but really want to keep the stock rims.
     
  2. Dec 7, 2016 at 8:17 PM
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    There will be some minor trimming needed on the frame cab mount. That's assuming you do a 305-70-18. You may run into more issue with a 325 wide tire. The wheel spacers will net you 1.5in to help out with the trimming. Also you'll need to ditch the mud flap at the lower bumper and the mud flap of the cab if you have that option on the truck.

    Hope this helps you
     
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  3. Dec 7, 2016 at 8:40 PM
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    So lets say I go with the 305-70-18 would I be needing some wheel spacers as well?
     
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    I'm trying go the cheapest route. I'm saving money on the side to do a full mid travel but that'll be for later. That's the reason for the mean while I'd like to only do spacers and keep stock wheels and just add the biggest possible of tires
     
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    Yea that'll be a good way to go. Im not 100% sure on your factory offset but it should be around the +30 to +38 area. That 1.5 inch spacer is going to get you to about a 18x8.5 or 18x9 area which is plenty of space away from the knuckle and upper control arm. That'll allow the 305 to go on there nicely. My setup on mine is 18x9+18 with 305's, mid-travel btw

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    Thanks a lot bud
     
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    You got it man! Stay focused on that build and don't give up! We (tundra owners) practically have one of the best platforms to do some amazing suspension mods to!
     

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