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GEN 3 (2022+) Wheels and Tires Photo thread

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2022+)' started by Tsquare, Jan 16, 2022.

  1. Jul 15, 2022 at 9:39 AM
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    Totogen3

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    This is looks great. I'm about to get a similar equipped tundra. I plan to get those exact tires for my oem wheels. Nice to see that they fit without issues.
     
  2. Jul 15, 2022 at 10:01 AM
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    Has anyone run a 35x12.5 on 18s yet without a lift? I have a Westcott collar lift coming but Im curious if I am gonna have any rub if I throw some Nitto Ridge Grapplers on today before the Westcott gets here. As far as I can tell the TRD wheels are 0 offset
     
  3. Jul 15, 2022 at 11:35 AM
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    I’m getting them put on now, so I will definity report back and put in some pics. I’m not worried about the rear, but I’m crossing my fingers that the 12.5s dont rub too bad when turning. lol. I hope the little factory 1” “lift” in the front on the Pro helps with this, at least until the Westcott comes in the mail.
     
  4. Jul 15, 2022 at 12:08 PM
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    I know there have been a few running 35x12.5r18 without a lift, and having minimal rubbing at full lock... Not sure what offset they were running however...
     
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  5. Jul 15, 2022 at 12:37 PM
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    I cant find any info on what the factory TRD/BBS wheels offset is. Im taking a gamble to see. I figure I already have 285/60/18s so that is around (a little less actually) than 33” tall and right at 11.5” wide.
    Going to 35x12.5 should add an inch to top and bottom and 1/2” to each side on width. Doesn’t seem like a lot but Im about to find out.
    I eyeballed it and told tire guys to fucking send it. :rofl:
     
  6. Jul 15, 2022 at 12:41 PM
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    Just got my wheels & tires installed today...few quick driveway pics.
    BLACKHORN BH01 Bronze +12mm 17" x 9
    Cooper Discover AT3 XLT 285/75/R17 ( ~34" )
    Stock height til next week...slight rub on the mudflap at full lock.

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  7. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:10 PM
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    Nice looking combo you got there. My BH01s in gunmetal are on their way, and I can’t wait! I will be mounting 35/12.5/17 Toyo R/Ts on them
     
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  8. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:12 PM
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    Ok, results are in.
    On the factory TRD/BBS wheel, there is about 3/4” between inner sidewall and the upper control arm. I didnt get down and feel of the bottom control arm but with tire pressured all the way up it should be okay. Wheels spun freely when lugs were tightened and it was on the lift.
    I will probably go ahead and add a small spacer in order to keep these wheels, but I will know more once I put on the Westcott.
    Also to note, there is no forward rub. There is only a tiny, tiny bit on the back side on the little black mud flaps (only when turning nearly full lock to the outsides, respectively on each side of course) so I may go ahead and take these off.
    As for poke, it is virtually nonexistent. Just about even with the TRD Pro fender flares.

    TL;DR: True 35x12.5s on TRD Pro wheels fit without a lift. Keep in mind the TRD Pro has a theoretical 1” lift from factory though.
    *Pics or it didn’t happen:

    Front:
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    Rear barely rubbing mud-flap:
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    Poke = fender flare width:
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    Sneak peak:
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    It is raining it’s ass off right now but I will get more pics when I get back home and/if it stops. (Summer in south Louisiana problems)
     
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  9. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:21 PM
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    Those wheels look amazing on that color. I mean, they look good on black or white trucks too, but they look like they were made for Army Green. And I’m a Navy vet and can even say that with confidence. :rofl:
    Nice setup, man!
     
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  10. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:23 PM
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    I think Army Green and MGM look the best with bronze wheels. Total fire.
     
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  11. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:53 PM
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    Stopped to grab a can of dip and grab a picture now that it isn’t raining.

    Instant 1” lift :cheers:

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  12. Jul 15, 2022 at 1:55 PM
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    thicc. it looks great, enjoy!
     
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  13. Jul 15, 2022 at 3:52 PM
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    welcome to the crew! I bought 65mm domed TRD stickers off eBay for the center caps- hated the blackhorn logo

    sick, can’t wait to see gray!

    my truck feels personally victimized by your statement

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  14. Jul 15, 2022 at 3:54 PM
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    Ok. LR looks good too.
     
  15. Jul 15, 2022 at 4:00 PM
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  16. Jul 15, 2022 at 4:01 PM
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    Really? I need to adjust my monitor. I could swear that truck is Lunar Rock. Ok. They look good on white. But white is still the slowest color. :D
     
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  17. Jul 15, 2022 at 4:40 PM
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    I take it your MGM? Had 5 of them, white is faster
     
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  18. Jul 15, 2022 at 4:55 PM
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    There was a young bull and an old bull standing up on a hill….
     
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    White is only faster on the 1st Gens.
     
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    Their first mistake was standing on the hill.
     
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    How did you handle the chrome around the 1794 side badge?
     
  22. Jul 15, 2022 at 5:38 PM
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    initially plastidiped them and hated it (did a mediocre job), so found a member who took off their platinum badges and re taped them. The platinum/1794 are the exact same badges, just have to pop the plastic welds and clips and swap away. You can buy the badges at the dealer for about $100 each I believe

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    I dig it brotha! Do they pop away from the door with a trim tool? Thanks
     
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    Just wait for a hot day and they practically peel off… I used this tape to put them back on and have had zero lifting the past few days overs 100

    Double Sided Tape 3M VHB Mounting... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NFXTXYX?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
     
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    37’s look nice, but I’m not going any bigger than 35’s with the Westcott.
    I am going for a tad bit of added capability and clearance off road, as well as making things look more like what I feel the truck should’ve been from the factory; i.e. more in line with something like the Raptor.
     
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  27. Jul 16, 2022 at 12:00 AM
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    No, my friend. The high ground is good! You have to take the high ground, and think like the old bull.

    I’m feeling generous, and it’s one of those weekend nights, so in addition to the High Ground necessity, I’ll go ahead and hijack the thread temporarily and impart some additional lessons learned from my time in the military. Free of charge! And no, I didn’t make any of these up. I’m not that clever. Just some things that were drilled into me over countless good times.
    :infantry:

    1. Take the high ground or it takes you. This one stands on its own without much need for explanation. Tactically, high ground nearly always has the advantage (only time it doesn’t is if maybe you’re underwater; covert). Even if you think you can set a trap by getting in position in the low ground, you’re using yourself as bait (not fun) and you’re probably going to have to rely on the real deal high ground to save your ass: Call in an airstrike. :goingcrazy:

    2. If the mission is going as planned, it’s an ambush. (this applies to everyday life and everyday activities. always expect the unexpected; so that there is no unexpectedo_O)

    3. Two is one, and one is none. This literally applies to almost everything and every item or piece of gear/equipment in life. Always have a backup. Except for females, of course… and some other items that are most definitely in the fine print that having two of is just bad news. :rofl:

    4. Slow is steady and steady is fast. This applies to countless tasks so as not to add risk or miss any steps. Another way to say it is Dont run to your death. Even when I was a police officer I had to remind myself of this. I had the urge to race 100mph to alert tone calls or officer needs assistance calls especially. If I die on my way, though, how am I going to help?
    Driving is an easy way to explain it in general though. Driving 85 or 90 on a trip instead of 75 is going to save you how many minutes over the course of that trip??
    Do the math. It’s usually not worth it unless it’s a life or death matter, but even then, how many times do you want to roll the car or truck?
    I taught my daughter how to drive with this mindset: “Dad, there’s no speed limit posted here in the neighborhood, how fast can I go?” Drive as fast as you want to hit something, or as fast as you want to run over a kid chasing a ball. :notsure:
    “Hey Dad, I know it’s 70 on the interstate here but can I go 80?” Go as fast as how many times you want to roll the car, sweetie. :bored:

    5. Last one for the night… Always have an “out.” This one isn’t about being a creative asshole to come up with a reason not to do something, either. lol. It means always have a plan in your head and consider the consequences or possibilities.
    I call it playing the What If Game. “If I do this, what could happen.” “If I sit here in this restaurant/food court/ whatever, and someone comes in shooting, which way or exit am I getting us out of?” Or even something as simple as “If we get shit-faced, how are we getting home safely?” (and no, driving with one eye closed is not SOP…)

    So see? The bulls on the hill have all the advantage. They have the high ground so they can observe all the cows down in the valley. The old bull of course keeps the young bull from running down to his quick finish. Slow down and get them all, right? Smooth like… The high ground also gives them an out. If they feel like it’s a possible ambush down there, it probably is. They can easily just stand there until they decide on what to do, or not to do. And having that option between two or more things is better than having only one option or no options.
     
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  28. Jul 16, 2022 at 2:28 AM
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    So no rubbing with a true 12.50? I watched the 37s video that wescott put out and the falken 37s came out to like a 12.9 wide and barely rubbed the back so I’m pretty confident once you get the lift on it’s going to remedy everything out. I have the 285 75s on order but now y’all got me thinking of going wider and taller if they clear. Great looking truck! I didn’t have the guts to try stuffing them without the lift in yet. Haha
     
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  29. Jul 16, 2022 at 5:56 AM
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    All fair points but the story does have a fundamental flaw. Bulls have a finite use of 5 years or so. There are no old bulls.
     
  30. Jul 16, 2022 at 6:32 AM
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    Roctane84

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    All subjective. By default a 5 year old bull would be considered old then. :p
     
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