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Old 05-21-2005, 01:13 PM   #1
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wheel/tire fitment

real quick and simple question:

will these wheels

http://www.americanracing.com/wheels...nish&section=S

in 16x8, 6 on 5.5, with 4.5" backspacing

will they fit onto a 1992 toyota truck 4x4?
will running 285/75/R16 BFG AT's on these cause any rubbing issues on my truck (1.5" bj spacer lift in front, 3" spring lift in rear)?
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FWIW Filthyrich runs those exact rims on his 3rd gen with 285s and has no problems
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Old 05-21-2005, 01:30 PM   #3
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that's good to know

i'm wondering if there would be any differences that would make these wheels not fit properly on a 92 pickup/2nd gen. the backspacing seems so much that i feel i might run into problems with the bj spacer lift
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thats a possibility... 4.5" of bs is what the stock wheels are.... i havent heard that they rub with bj spacers, but issues with rubbing might happen still....
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on the american racing website it lists the victor teflons as compatable on both 2nd and 3rd gen 4runners, but does not list them as compatable for 86-95 pickups or 95-tacomas

i'm not sure what to make of this

anyone have some info that could help me out?
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are there any drawbacks of going with a 10" wide rim as opposed to an 8" wide rim? im getting 15x10 or 15x8 MT classic II's w/ 3 5/8 backspacing

im putting a 1.5" bj spacer lift up front and about 3" of lift in the rear, and i would be running 32x11.50's (later stepping up to 33x12.50s). would there be ANY problems with the 10"?

i like the look and feel of the 10" rims, so if there are no reasons to justify an 8" wide wheel over a 10", ill get the 10"
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With a 10" wide rim you will increase the likelyhood of tire rubbing, since it'll push the outer edge of the tire out 2" wider than a similar 8" rim. Not an insurmountable problem but something to be aware of. Wider wheel/tire sweeps a wider arc up front while steering and as the suspension cycles. If that arc intersects the body sheet metal, you get rubbing.
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