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Frame Horn Mod with 6112s and 295/65R20?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Billyhsat, Feb 9, 2016.

  1. Feb 9, 2016 at 9:29 AM
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    Billyhsat

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    Hi all!

    My first mod:I have a 2014 CM 1794 AWD that I'd like to put 6112s in front and 5100s in rear with 1" shackle. I did look on Toytec for a kit that combined the 6112s with the 5100s and they had some nice options, but just not that one. I also have 20" TSS black rims that I bought off CL that I'd like to put on the truck with 295/65R20 Nitto G2s. I think the offset for these rims is +50 vs the stock +60. Prob is I'm being told by a local shop they'll have to mod the frame horns and front bumper to get this done with the lift I'm talking about above.

    Can anyone on the forum confirm or deny the above, and if true, what are your recs for tire size given the above lift that would require little/no mod of the truck itself? I'd like to keep from having to do any major mod like the frame horn and/or bumper. Thanks in advance for all your words!
    William
     
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  2. Feb 9, 2016 at 12:23 PM
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    Sefferston

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    You can fit a 315 under with a +50 if I recall right... @csuviper has about the same offset/wheel size and can help you out a little more.

    Also, see here:

    https://www.tundras.com/threads/official-tundra-wheel-and-tire-setups-pics-and-info.95/
     
  3. Feb 9, 2016 at 1:28 PM
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    Thanks much Sefferston! I'll pm @csuviper and pick his brain as well! Cheers!
     
  4. Feb 9, 2016 at 2:40 PM
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    I have a 2012 RW with 315/70/R17. The stock RW wheels have an offset of +50 and I have added 1.25" wheel spacers which puts me at +18.24 offset. They stick out about 1" outside the fender (no aftermarket fender flares). The tire size is roughly 34.5". Had to do a little trimming of the front fenderwell plastic to avoid rubbing. The cab mount chop (cmc) would be needed if I went any larger with my tires.

    Looks like 295/65R20 are 35.12" diameter and 11.77" wide.

    +50 offset will still keep the wheels tucked into the fenderwell. Might want to do some wheel spacers to give a good stance and bring the tire out away from the UCAs. According to the chart below you will have the same distance from the tire to the UCA as you have now so it shouldn't be an issue so you don't 100% need to do wheel spacers.

    The lift you are looking at with 6112 is 75", 1.3", 1.9", or 2.5" of lift. With 35.5" diameter tires you will surely rub with only 2.5" of lift. I would suggest going with a 3" to 3.5" front lift with the rear shackle, block or AAL. This will give you the extra clearance. You will still need to do the cab mount chop and trim of the outside edge of the front bumper and possibly cut some plastic on the inner fenderwell.

    http://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
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  5. Feb 9, 2016 at 2:41 PM
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  6. Feb 9, 2016 at 3:59 PM
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    CSUviper,

    Thanks much for the very informative response! The rimsandtires link is awesome as is your wheel and tire setups thread! Extremely helpful, and given your words and some research courtesy of your recs, I believe I'm going to look for 295/55R20s or 285/60R20s with the 6112s lifted to 2.5" and a shackle or aal (prob the shackle) in the rear. Hopefully that will work without having to do the CMC or any front bumper mods. I'd rather not go higher, but we shall see. Thanks again CSU!!!

    I'll take pics of the stock when I get back to San Antonio so I can get my build thread started.
     
  7. Mar 29, 2016 at 9:35 AM
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    any pictures yet, looking at this same setup.
     
  8. Mar 29, 2016 at 9:42 AM
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    Must have missed this post before. Your welcome William. I enjoy putting together informative threads.
     
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