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Official Tundra Wheel and Tire Setups - Pics and Info

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

  1. Oct 8, 2014 at 3:37 PM
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    Factory fender flares, 3" front 2" rear Readylift kit. 22x9 +40 offset OEM replicas with 285 55 22 Nitto Trail Grapplers. Linex Pro with premium coating in the bed and top 2" of the tailgate where it sees the most abuse. Weathertech floor liners and rain guards.
    +4o looks pretty good you could always do spacers...
     
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  2. Oct 8, 2014 at 6:29 PM
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    Factory fender flares, 3" front 2" rear Readylift kit. 22x9 +40 offset OEM replicas with 285 55 22 Nitto Trail Grapplers. Linex Pro with premium coating in the bed and top 2" of the tailgate where it sees the most abuse. Weathertech floor liners and rain guards.
    They have the wheels in 20x9 and 22x9 on eBay...I've seen them in this gunmetal color and also all black. My 22's were $949 shipped. I think the 20s are $849. All +40 though. They have another style too that's +60.
     
  3. Oct 12, 2014 at 6:34 PM
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    Hey guys, new to the forum but have had my used 08 tundra for a couple years now and have decided I want to do some modifications . Thinking a leveling kit, wheels and tires. I love the xd monsters but can't decide on a tire. I'm also unsure about the leveling process. What's the best look when leveling and what's the best tire that looks aggressive but not too aggressive?
    Thanks
     
  4. Oct 15, 2014 at 3:18 AM
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    Great thread. I wish I could find something like this for the Hilux
     
  5. Oct 15, 2014 at 9:00 AM
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    12" lift and 40s duh

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    3" lift with 35s is what I have and like it a lot. Maybe a few inches taller would be desired.

    Duratrac tires in my option are the best offroad and inroad tire for all weather conditions.

    18" wheels are prob the best balance between wheel and tire with a 35 but I like the look of 20" wheels.

    On cheap a 1.5"-2" front level spacer and 33" tires make the stock trucks look much better.
     
  6. Oct 22, 2014 at 4:38 PM
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    This set up is exactly what I'm wanting. I just purchased a set of Nitto grappler 305/55/20's. I will have a 3" adjustable lift installed on my 2012 Crewmax. I am struggling with the wheel specs vs. Brands. I want to avoid rubbing obviously. What are the wheels and specs of this setup and was any trimming necessary?
     
  7. Oct 27, 2014 at 10:24 PM
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    Alright, so I just purchased an 07 Tundra with a pro comp leveling kit already installed. I was able to put 275/70/18 Duratracs on it with no rub at all.

    I am about to put 18x9 wheels on it, but am trying to decide on the right offset. Fuel makes the Throttles that come in a +20mm offset and a +1mm offset. I am looking for a little bit of a stance, but don't want the wheels to stick out too tough. I'm leaning towards the 20mm...any thoughts?
    Thanks
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  8. Oct 27, 2014 at 11:00 PM
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    I'd do the +20's
     
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  9. Oct 29, 2014 at 10:48 PM
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    I have been looking at throwing these on my 2014 with a pro-comp lift as well. How tall do they stand in real life? I am debating between these and 295/65/18...or jumping up to the 20 inch rim, but then the tires get exponentially more expensive!
     
  10. Nov 2, 2014 at 5:20 AM
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    The 275/70/18 are like a 32 or 33 inch tire I believe. I think next time I'll do a 285 or 295...we'll see how the tread looks on the wheels when they get here next week.
     
  11. Nov 6, 2014 at 10:17 PM
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    Does anyone have an idea what brand this wheel is? I want them
     

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    Looks nice but the offset looks like it will tuck the wheel in too much, meaning wheel spacers will be needed

    Not sure on mfg
     
  13. Nov 6, 2014 at 10:28 PM
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    So here is my setup. 18" Fuel Anza's with 275/70R18 Cooper Discoverer ST MAXX's
    +20 offset
    20141107_143218.jpg 20141107_143326.jpg 20141107_143159.jpg
     
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    I have a 2011 tundra rockwarrior and im planning on using my factory rockwarrior wheels. Im putting on the rough country 3" leveling kit with nothing in the back. I see people running 315/70/17 on them with minor rubbing if i go with the nitto trail grapplers over the bfgoodrick all terrain will i still have minor rubbing or is the more aggressive tread gonna cause more issues.
     
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    Look at the overall dimensions of each tire. I didn't have much rubbing before i added the wheel spacers with my Duratrac 315/70R17 (34.5" diameter). Plastic chopping is all even with the spacers.
     
  19. Nov 13, 2014 at 10:26 PM
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    I've been thinking about going with these rims. Dropping to an 18 with 33x12 tires. Your truck looks great!
     
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  20. Nov 21, 2014 at 3:40 PM
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    Finally got my 18x9 Fuel Full Throttles mounted. Offset is 20+ Really happy with how it sits. Running 275/70/18 duratracs. There is a bit of rubbing when I turn left on the driver side mudflap. Doesn't rub on the other side tho. Might have to tweak the flap a bit. Can't stand it. image.jpg
     
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    Nice! Those are the tires I was looking at getting although the rims I was looking at were about +30 offset.
     
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    a 30+ offset would be very similar.Which wheels were you thinking of? IMG_4146.jpg
     
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    I was looking at the ATX ravine (+30) or Fuel Anzas (+30). I hate buying wheels and tires up here (Alberta) as that set up is looking at about $3200...so just a little slow pulling the trigger, but winter is here.
     
  24. Jan 11, 2015 at 5:54 PM
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    Moto Metal 961, 18x9, 18 mm offset with Nitto Trail Grappler (295/70/18). You could see that the tires are flush with the Bushwacker fender flares (exactly the look I was going for). Right now, I have slight rub at full lock on the front plastic liner. I will take care of it when the weather gets warmer. These Trail Grapplers are great in snow.
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    Hey guys. New to the forum. I've got a 2003 on a 3/1 level lift with 33's. Lookin to get some new 33's and want some offset to widen the stance. Go with rim offset, or just use spacers?

    P.S. on my 86 Nissan Hardbody, I've got deep-dish chromes that stick out about 2". No idea about the offset lol
     
  26. Jan 15, 2015 at 10:11 PM
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    If your already planning new wheels then def get the offset you want to avoid needing the wheel spacers.
    If you want to save money or really want to keep your current wheels then get wheel spacers.
     
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    So if I want about an inch outside the wheel well, is that +12 offset?
     
  29. Jan 17, 2015 at 2:16 AM
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    12 mm offset wheels (for a typical 9 inch width) will get you more than an inch. Mine is 18 mm and mine is just about flush with Bushwacker fender flares (which a little less than 2 inches).
     
  30. Jan 17, 2015 at 9:19 AM
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    Then I think that'll work. The wheels I have on it right now are 16's, I think. Any recommendations on a good new set of 16's? Preferably Gloss/Semi-gloss Black, not spoked out, I'm thinkin a 6-spoke wheel would look the best.
     
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