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Official Tundra Wheel and Tire Setups - Pics and Info

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by csuviper, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. Jan 10, 2014 at 8:46 AM
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    Some Mods :) See build thread for details
    I wanted to start a thread that will serve two purposes:
    1. Show off your awesome wheel and tire setups on your Tundra.
    2. Help those that are looking for wheels and tires to find the right setup.
    Please post up pictures of your wheel and tire setups. We would love to see them.
    Provide all the info you know such as manufacturer, model, size, offset, backspacing.

    I will post wheel and tire picture combinations that I can find in the OP to help out as well.
    Please let me know if you see missing or incorrect information in the OP and I will get it changed.

    TUNDRA LUG PATTERN:
    2003 - 2006: 6 lug 5.5 inch or 139.7mm Medium Offset
    2007 - Present: 5 lug 150mm High Positive Offset

    LUG NUT THREAD PATTERN:
    2003 - 2006: M12 x 1.5
    2007 - Present: M14 x 1.5

    CENTER BORE (size of the hole in the center of the wheel):
    2003 - 2006: 110mm
    2007 - Present: 110.5mm

    TUNDRA LUG TORQUE:
    2000-2006: 85 ft-lbs
    2007-Present: Aluminum = 97 ft-lbs, Steel = 154 ft-lbs

    TUNDRA STOCK WHEELS:
    2003-2006:
    • 16" wheels - Width: 7", Offset: +15mm, Backspacing: 4.5", Hub Bore Diameter = 106mm
    • 17" wheels - Width: 7.5", Offset: +18mm, Backspacing: 5", Hub Bore Diameter = 106mm
    2007-2013:
    • 17" wheels - Width: 8", Offset: +50mm, Backspacing: 6.5", Hub Bore Diameter = 110mm
    • 18" wheels - Width: 8", Offset: +60mm, Backspacing: 6.85", Hub Bore Diameter = 110mm
    • 20" wheels - Width: 8", Offset: +60mm, Backspacing: 6.85", Hub Bore Diameter = 110mm
    2014+
    • 18-in. styled steel wheels
    • 18-in. 5-spoke alloy wheels
    • 18-in. 5-spoke TRD Off-Road Package alloy wheels
    • 18-in. 5-spoke TRD Pro alloy wheels - Offset: +60mm
    • 20-in. Limited Grade wheels
    • 20-in. split 5-spoke machine-finished alloy wheels
    • 20-in. 6-spoke alloy wheels
    • 20-in. Platinum Grade wheels
    • 20-in. chrome-clad alloy wheels
    TUNDRA STOCK TIRES:
    2000-2006:
    • 245/70 R16
    • 265/70 R16
    • 265/65 R17275/55 R18
    Tundra 2007-2013:
    • 285/70 R17 (standard on Rock Warrior)
    • 255/70/18 (standard on tundra grade and sr5)
    • 275/65/18 (available on SR5, standard on limited, TRD)
    • 275/55 R20 (special)
    2014+:
    • P255/70R18 Michelin tires
    • P275/65R18 Michelin tires
    • P275/55R20 Bridgestone/Dunlop tires

    TIRE SIZE WITH LIFT KITS:
    Note: These recommendations are based on the factory wheels. Using an upgraded rim with different backspacing will allow you to increase to a wider tire.
    First Gen Tundra
    No Lift Kit
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 16″ rims: 275/70 R16 – 4/10ths wider, half-inch taller than largest factory tire size
    • 17″ rims: 265/70 R17 – one inch taller but same width as factory
    • 17″ rims: 275/65 R17 – 4/10ths wider, half-inch taller than largest factory tire size
    1.5 – 2″ Leveling Kit (or less)
    When installing a leveling kit, you might be able to fit some wider tires than what we have listed. It may require some trimming though, but it is possible.
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 16″ rims: 265/75 R16 – one inch taller but same width as factory
    • 17″ rims: 275/70 R17 – 1.5 inches taller and 4/10ths wider than factory
    3″ Lift Kit
    With a 3″ lift kit, the options continue to get better. However, the wider the tire, the greater the likelihood of trimming.
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 16″ rims: 285/75 R16 – slightly more than 2″ taller than factory, this tire is 8/10ths wider than factory as well. This width may be problematic in tight turns and/or at full suspension compression.
    • 16″ rims: 265/80 R16 – an oddball size, this tire is the same width as the factory but more than 2″ taller
    • 17″ rims: 285/70 R17 – slightly more than 2″ taller than factory, this tire is 8/10ths wider than factory as well. This width may be problematic in tight turns and/or at full suspension compression.
    Second and Third Gen Tundra
    No Lift Kit
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 18″ rims: 285/65 R18 – 5/10ths taller and 4/10ths wider than factory. Trimming may be necessary.
    • 20″ rims: 275/60 R20 – one inch taller but same width as factory
    1.5 – 2″ Leveling Kit (or less)
    When installing a leveling kit, you might be able to fit some wider tires than what we have listed. It may require some trimming though, but it is possible.
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 18″ rims: 275/70 R18 – One inch taller but same width as factory.
    • 18″ rims: 285/70 R18 – 4/10ths wider and 1.7 inches taller than factory. Trimming may be necessary.
    • 18″ rims: 295/65 R18 – 1 inch taller, 8/10ths wider than factory. Trimming is probably needed due to width.
    • 20″ rims: 285/60 R20 – 4/10ths wider and 1.5 inches taller than factory.
    3″ Lift Kit
    With a 3″ lift kit, the options continue to get better. However, the wider the tire, the greater the likelihood of trimming.
    Max tire sizes are:
    • 18″ rims: 285/75 R18 – 4/10ths wider and 2.8″ taller than factory.
    • 18″ rims: 305/70 R18 – 1.2 inches wider and 2.8″ taller than factory. There are Tundra owners running this size, but trimming is required. Replacing the stock wheels with after-market 18′s that have less backspacing is recommended.
    • 20″ rims: 285/65 R20 – 4/10ths wider, 1.6″ taller than factory.
    • 20″ rims: 305/60 R20 – 1.2 inches wider and 2.4″ taller than factory. There are Tundra owners running this size, but trimming is required (it’s a tight fit).
    NOTABLE WEBSITES:
    Good site to see differences between two wheels: http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp
    Comparable tire sizes to stock: http://www.sizemytires.com/make/toyota/tundra
    Wheel Stance with pictures: http://www.customwheeloffset.com/wheel-offset-gallery?make=Toyota&make=Toyota&type=Pickup Trucks&make=Toyota&type=Pickup Trucks&drive=4x4&make=Toyota&type=Pickup Trucks
    Offset Wheel Calculator: http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator

    WHEEL TERMINOLOGY:

    Backside setting/Back spacing - The measurement from the mounting pad to the inner edge of the wheel.
    Bead seat - The position where the tire rests and seals on the inside of the rim.
    Bolt Circle - The diameter of an imaginary circle drawn through the center of each lug hole. Also referred to as the bolt pattern.
    Center Bore - The hole in the center of the wheel machined to match the hub of specified vehicles with hub-centric wheels and machined to a generic size with lug centric wheels.
    Hub centric - The center bore hole of a wheel matches the hub diameter of the vehicle. This centers the wheel via the center hole rather than the lug nuts.
    Hub centric ring(s) - A nylon insert for the center bore of the wheel that keeps the wheel concentric to the vehicle's hub during installation.
    Load rating - The maximum weight that the wheel is designed to support. To determine load rating requirements take the gross axle weight ration and divide by 2.
    Lug centric - When the wheel is centered by the bolt holes/ lug nuts of the wheel, rather than by the center bore. Lug centric wheels should be balanced from the bolt holes.
    Make - The brand name of the vehicle. For example, Ford, Chevrolet, Honda.
    Model - The particular style name of the vehicle. For example, F-150, Corvette, Civic.
    Mounting pad - The surface area on the back of the wheel's center that contacts the brake drum or rotor surface.
    MSRP - This is the manufacturer suggested retail price per wheel. The dealer sets actual retail pricing.
    Negative offset - When the mounting surface is closer to the disk/drum (Inside) of the wheel. Or the mounting pad is behind the centerline of the wheel. This type of wheel is commonly referred to as a deep-dish wheel. This offset is common in older vehicles and many of today's trucks and will bring the wheel/tire combination out away from the vehicle.
    Offset - The offset of the wheel is the distance from the mounting pad to the centerline of the wheel.
    Positive offset - The mounting pad is forward of the centerline of the wheel, towards the street side of the wheel. This is common in most front wheel drive cars and some newer trucks. Generally speaking a positive offset wheel brings the wheels closer to the center of the vehicle.
    Plus 1/ plus 2 sizing - A concept to improve handling and performance through the mounting of lower profile tires to wheels that are 1, 2 or even 3' greater in diameter. The overall ride height remains the same.
    Rim width - The width of the custom wheel, measured from bead seat to bead seat not edge to edge.
    Rim Diameter - The overall diameter of the wheel's bead seat, not the diameter of the rim edge.
    Rim flange - The outermost edge of the wheel's rim that the clip-on weights attach to on most wheels.
    Safety bead - The raised area circling the rim of the wheel and located slightly inward from the bead seat.
    Spring clips - Push on retainer clips that hold the brake from on the disc rotor to the axle during transportation.
    Star pattern - The proper way for sequential torquing of the lugs in a 5 lug bolt circle.
    Torquing - The securing of the wheel/tire assembly to the automobile by the tightening of the wheel's lug nuts to the studs of the vehicle's hub. Custom wheels should always be torqued with a manual torque wrench (not an impact air wrench) to torque rating specifications followed by periodic re-torquing.
    Torque rating - The proper pressure to be applied in foot pounds when tightening lug nuts to secure the wheel/tire assembly to the automobile.
    Unsprung weight - The total weight of the vehicle not supported by the suspension system. For example wheels and tires.
    Wheel weights - Weights that are used to balance the wheel/tire assembly. They are either clipped, taped, or self adhered to the inside or outside of the wheel.
    Zero offset - The distance from the mounting pad to the centerline of the wheel is 0
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    Here's another way to look at this!
    Offset and backspace are essentially two different ways of looking at the same thing. They determine the location of the wheel and tire assembly when bolted to the vehicles hub.
    Offset is the measured distance between the hub mounting surface and the wheels center line.
    With X being the determined offset, the hub mounting surface on positive offset wheels is X amount forward from the wheel center line. The hub mounting surface on negative offset wheels is X amount backwards from the wheel center line. The hub mounting surface on 0 offset wheels is the wheel center line.
    Backspacing is the measurement from the hub mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel.

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    Typically the higher the offset/backspace, the more the wheel will tuck inwards towards the suspension or away from the fender. The lower the offset/backspace, the more the wheel will push out away from the suspension or towards the fender.

    Example:
    *If the offset on a 9" wide wheel is +12mm, the hub mounting surface will be 12mm forward from the wheels center line. Measuring from the hub mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel, the backspacing is 5.5"

    *If the offset on a 9" wide wheel is -12mm, the hub mounting surface would be 12mm towards the back of the wheel from the wheels center line. Measuring from the hub mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel, the backspacing is 4.5"
    Here's how to calculate the backspacing using the rim width and offset:

    First - add 1" to the rim width and then divide by 2 to find the wheels center line (you have to account for the wheel flange which is why you add 1" to the rim width) . Second - convert the offset which is in millimeters into inches. There is 25.4mm in 1 inch so divide the offset by 25.4. Lastly - add the converted offset to the wheels center line if the offset is positive for the correct backspacing. Subtract the converted offset to the wheels center line if the offset is negative for the correct backspacing.

    Example:
    17x9 +12mm offset
    *9" rim width + 1" = 10"
    *10"/2 = 5" (wheels center line)
    *+12mm offset/25.4 = 0.47" (0.50" rounded up)
    *0.50" + 5" = 5.50" Backspace

    17x9 -12mm offset
    *9" rim width + 1" = 10"
    *10"/2 = 5" (wheels center line)
    *-12mm offset/25.4 = 0.47" (0.50" rounded up)
    *0.50" - 5" = 4.50" Backspace
    Please note: the wheels center line is the backspacing for 0 offset wheels.

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    PICS WITH INFO:


    @jberry813 : 2.5" lift : Dick Cepek DC1's 17x9 with 4.5" bs : Pro-comp 305/65/17
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    @lastblast : 4" lift : 20" wheels : 35" x 12.5" Toyo
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    @chuggy35 : Lift? : helo 17x8 : 275/70R17 BFG KO2
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    @Joey : 3" Lift : 20x10 with -24 offset : 33x12.50 Toyo
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    @cmac : 2.5" Lift : XD 20" Monster with +35 offset : 285/65/20 BFG All-Terrains
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    @ShawnL : 3/2" Lift : Factory Replica wheels (22x9) with +40 offset : LT285/55R22 Nitto Trail Grapplers
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    @jader30 : Lift? : 20x9 Dropstars : 295/55/20 Nitto Trail Grapplers
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    @kingdr1300 Lift? : 18" Fuel Anza's with +20 offset : 275/70R18 Cooper Discoverer ST MAXX's
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    @GarrettL : Lift? : 18x9 Fuel Full Throttle with +20 offset : 275/70/18 Duratrac
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    @chphilo Lift? : 18x9 Moto Metal 961 with 18 mm offset : 295/70/18 Nitto Trail Grappler
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    @FunkinTundra : Lift? : 18" Fuel Anza (anthracite) with +20 offset : 295/70r18 Toyo MTs
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    @1tuftundra14 : 7" Lift : 20" fuel +1 offset : 305/55R20 Nitto Trail Grappler
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    @Adkins2012 : 3" Lift : 20x9 Anthem Enforcers : 35x12.50 Federal Couragia M/Ts
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    @edstundra333 : 3/1 Lift : 20x10 Fuel Mavericks d538 with -12 offset : Dakar mt3 33 x 12.50
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    @throttlejock : 2.5/2 Lift : 18x9 FN BFD with 12mm offset : 305/60/18 Terra Grappler G2's
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    @Reg151 : Lift? : 18" Ballistic Jester wheels : 33x12.50x18" Nitto Mud Grapplers
    [​IMG]

    @tat2ude39 Lift? : 18x9 wheel with +18 ET : 295/70R18 Copper ST Maxx Tires
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    @RoVASr5 : 3/2 lift : 18x9 Moto Metals : 285/75/18 Nitto Terra Grappler G2s

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    @Wikid : No lift : 17x9 Rock Warrior Wheels : 35/12.50/17 General Grabbers
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    @15max :3/1 Lift : TSS wheels : 295/65/20 nitto trail grapplers : 1.25" wheel spacers
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    @JGDarcy : Lift? : 20" Enkei ST6 : 275/60R20 Michelin LTX M/S2
    [​IMG]

    @corey_white4 : 3" Lift : 20x10 Fuel Mavericks with -24 offset : 275/60r20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2
    [​IMG]

    @vierra4 : 3" lift : 20" XD Brigades : 34" Toyo AT2s
    [​IMG]

    @TruckyTruck : 3.25/1.5 Lift: Fuel Octane Wheels 20x9 with +20 Offset : 35×12.5×20 Toyo AT2 Extremes
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    20×8.5" XD775 wheels and LT295/60/20 Nitto Terra Grapper tires on a 2008 Tundra

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    20x9 ballistic jesters w12mm offset and 33x12.5 mudd grapplers
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    Ballistic Jester 20x9 w/305-55-20 Cooper Zeon on 2008 Tundra
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    speaking of setup, what the official BS and OS for the the tundy, also what are the bolt patterns? I have the 5 bolt myself on my 11 rock warrior.
     
  4. Jan 11, 2014 at 6:45 PM
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  5. Jan 11, 2014 at 6:45 PM
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  6. Jan 11, 2014 at 7:11 PM
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    Do you happen to know backspacing and offset on those wheels? Also approximately how far they stick out past the wheel well?
     
  8. Jan 13, 2014 at 12:25 PM
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    @csuviper Do you need the specs for factory wheels on a first gen or just forget?
     
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    The 16" wheels are 16x7 with a +15mm offset/4.5" BS
    The 17" wheels are 17x7.5 with a +18mm offset/5" BS
     
  11. Jan 14, 2014 at 7:18 PM
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    Just had to post up an initial crappy flip phone shot-higher quality DSLR pics to come once I get the truck back from the alignment shop!

    1. Pro-Comp 2.5" front leveling shocks.
    2. KMC Skitch 20X8.5, +35 offset.
    3. General Grabber HTS 275/60/20 (33X10.50).

    Worth every penny! It came out better than expected-totally transformed the truck (see sig pic for before).

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    Magic number on backspacing for a first gen is 4.5". It pushes the wheel out just far enough so the tires clear the UCA but not so much that the tires rub the hell out of the pinchweld

    First gen with Bilsteins set at 2.5
    Dick Cepek DC1's 17x9 with 4.5" backspacing
    Pro-crap 305/65/17 (fit just fine with a little pinchweld trimming)

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    I have a 2006 tundra and just bought a 2.5" leveling kit. For now i have to keep the stock 16 " rims on, do you think I will have any problems with rubbing once i install the leveling kit?
     
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    Right now i have 265/70R16
     
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    If you're just adding a lift, you aren't really changing anything in terms of what will rub.
    If you go step up to 285's you'll still probably be fine, but might have to notch the pinchweld a bit.
     
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    So I have the TSS 20x9 +50mm offset rims. They came with 285 55 20s but I'd like to stuff some nitto mt's, 305 55 20s in there. Will I be able to do this? I do plan on a 3 inch lift at some point. My other lesser choice was toyo mt 295 60 20s. The toyos are 34s but a little skinnier than the fat nitto 33s. I'm ok with adjusting for the skid plate, but will the nittos hit my steering components?
     
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    I have the 20x10 with a -24 offset, with the OME Suspension lift 3". The tires are 33x12.50 Toyo

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    with BFG All Terrain 265/75/16
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    with Cooper Discovere ST 255/85/16
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    with Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx 285/75/16
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    After a little more research it looks like the wheels have a +30 offset instead of 50. Maybe those tires will work after all.
     
  21. Mar 28, 2014 at 7:23 AM
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    Here are my completed RW wheels with black rings and black center caps
    3/1 lift. Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac 315/70R17 Tires. Factory TRD Rock Warrior wheels 17x8 +50mm offset.
    IMG_9938.jpg

    For comparison this is the stock RW wheel:
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    and this is the RW wheel with the rings removed:
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  22. Mar 28, 2014 at 7:36 AM
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    I went with 315/70R17 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs with the stock RW wheels. I had some rubbing on the front wheel well liner mainly when turning in reverse.
    Here is the clearance I had to my upper control arm and spindle:
    IMG_9800.jpg
    Here is the minimal rubbing I had:
    IMG_9895.jpg
    I decided to add 1.25" wheel spacers to give the truck a little better look with a wider stance.
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    IMG_9928.jpg
    After
    IMG_9933.jpg

    After the wheel spacers there was alot more rubbing which led me to some chopping:
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    wow, great pics man. was the pic with your upper control arm before spacers? I guess so huh. this is giving me hope that I can shove 305 55 20s on my stock rims. I finally crawled under the truck and looked on the back of my rim and they are +50 offset. I really want to keep these rims.
     
  24. Mar 28, 2014 at 9:08 AM
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    Yes the pic was before spacers. Very tight but still cleared. I will have to get a pic after the spacers for you.
    305s should fit with +50 offset if i fit 315s with +50 offset :)
     
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    Fuel Anza 20"
     
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    So fuel rims... I think I like them. Until last night I had never considered a 20x10 rim, but for the first time, ive fallen in love with a rim. Ive not been a fan really of to many made for the tundra and really anything since 5 stars... that dates me, ha. I havent done any research except for fuels website and it doesn't really give offset numbers but the site said they were availible. I love these rims. The only thing im not sure of is what a 10 inch time will look like. I plan on doing a 3 inch suspension lift.

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    Joey, could I see more pictures of your truck? I'd like to see just how far your wheels stick out.
     
  28. May 12, 2014 at 7:35 PM
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    Damn crickets in here...
     
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    Do you have any lift on there?
     
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