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#211 (permalink) Old 01-02-2013, 11:00 AM
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^^^^ Found a company that makes drag racing wheels, and they can make one to fit the Tundra. 16" X 10" Light weight drag race wheel, positive offset, that can clear the brake caliper. Anyone know the how far the brake caliper measures from the center of the hub? Or the actual diameter needed to clear the caliper? Got my fingers crossed that these will work perfectly.
Hole Star - Hole Shot Performance Wheels

Price is $465 per wheel.

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Best 1/4 mile time: 11.940 @ 113.19 mph
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^^^^ Found a company that makes drag racing wheels, and they can make one to fit the Tundra. 16" X 10" Light weight drag race wheel, positive offset, that can clear the brake caliper. Anyone know the how far the brake caliper measures from the center of the hub? Or the actual diameter needed to clear the caliper? Got my fingers crossed that these will work perfectly.
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Wow.. that's a $1K for wheels only! You first Eddy!-lol
Spoolin Chris had an option for that also. Ask him about it..
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^^^ yeah it's a lot if $$$. The 30" cheater slicks are cupcaked pretty bad on the 16x8 Lexus wheels. 10" wide wheels will fix that problem. Waiting for a call back to see if they can clear the calipers. I wonder if there are race parts loans. Lol

Planning Stages 2014 RCSB

Best 1/4 mile time: 11.940 @ 113.19 mph
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First 11 Second Tundra Run
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12.01 @ 113mph
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12.034 @ 113mph
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I got some $50 universal Lakwoods that seem to work pretty good for me.


Still have 6" of ground clearance with a 2.5/4.5 drop and 31.5" OD tires.


I just found these 16's that could possibly work for our trucks?
16" x8 Ultra Crusher Black 5x150 w 10 Offset 195 6850B Wheels Rims | eBay
Aren't ur traction bars on backwards. I thought they are suspost to face the front of the truck. To stop the front of the leaf spring from being pulled down as the rear goes up.


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Aren't ur traction bars on backwards. I thought they are suspost to face the front of the truck. To stop the front of the leaf spring from being pulled down as the rear goes up.
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I think that's a pic of the right side (pass side) of his truck. Look for the drive-shaft. Other key elements: location of the spare tire. And, rear brake calipers usually go towards the rear of the vehicle. I think his exhaust messed you up. It dumps before the rear wheels, not after...

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