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post #46 of 55 (permalink) Old 05-10-2015, 11:17 AM
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Thanks man. I did a lot of research before going this route and wasn't QUITE sure since the offset is so aggressive, but I had 305/50/20's with 50 offset on there already so I had a pretty good idea they'd fit well.


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Damn that looks good @ThrottleJock ! Really fills out the wheel wells and gives it a great stance. Looks like some sort of fender extension is mandatory to keep them mostly covered and protect the paint.

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Thanks Derp. I love it. I'm going to paint the front skidplate black and will get the 5100's on there this week. I'm still trying to decide whether I should put them at the 3" setting and do a 1" block out back, or go with the middle setting and keep the rear ride height stock. The way that I drive it's probably best that I keep the truck as low to the ground as possible!

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  • Stoptech slotted brakes/Hawk Street Race pads (incredible, btw... but HUGE brake dust)
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I think it looks great the way it is. They really fill the wheel wells and give it an aggressive stance. I can see getting the 5100s for the ride improvement, but maybe keep them at stock level or minor lift? Truck looks beastly with those wheels. I think you've made my mind up. Just need to start squirreling money away.

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Anyone have any pic of 35x12.5 with +25 offset


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Looks good and a question

[QUOTE=ThrottleJock;5727498]Wheel: FN BFD matte bronze 18x9 12mm offset
Tire: Terra Grappler G2 305/60/18
Truck: bone stock 2wd

Right front tire rubbed the front wind deflector mud flap thing when at full lock in reverse. Flaps removed, now I have clearance, Clarence!

Have a set of 5100's sitting in the garage that I'll install next week, I plan to put the front in the middle setting for just under 2" lift, but I'm pretty damn happy with the way it looks right now.


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I have a 2008 with the same wheel well flares and was wondering if the offset you have on the wells would move my 275's even with the flares.
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I need some wheel options for my truck. I want a 20" with zero offset. I plan on running a 305/55 with level kit

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I need wheel options. I want to go with 20" with zero offset and 305/55 G2's. Apparently they don't make this option much for our tundra. I have an 08. Black with milled accent is preferred. Please advise. TIA

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[quote=GARYT56;5920746]
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Wheel: FN BFD matte bronze 18x9 12mm offset
Tire: Terra Grappler G2 305/60/18


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I have a 2008 with the same wheel well flares and was wondering if the offset you have on the wells would move my 275's even with the flares.

Sorry for the delayed response, I don't get up here much. Yep, 275's should put the tires just even with the body. The 305's stick out a hair. I actually prefer the look of them bulging out a smidge but it definitely makes for a muddy truck when I get in the mud.

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  • ProComp SS adjustable shocks set at top, 2 CB spacers, CB +2 shackle & carrier bearing drop, TRD rear sway bar.
  • FN BFD wheels 18x9 +12, 325/60r18 Nitto TGs
  • Stoptech slotted brakes/Hawk Street Race pads (incredible, btw... but HUGE brake dust)
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Here are some updated photos of my truck. I don't think I'd posted any on here of it after the lift. It now has ProComp SS adjustable shocks up front set to top height (I think 2.75") and a Coachbuilder shackle out back along with the ProComp shocks. It rides incredibly well. I love this damn truck.

'07 2wd X-SP big motor
  • ProComp SS adjustable shocks set at top, 2 CB spacers, CB +2 shackle & carrier bearing drop, TRD rear sway bar.
  • FN BFD wheels 18x9 +12, 325/60r18 Nitto TGs
  • Stoptech slotted brakes/Hawk Street Race pads (incredible, btw... but HUGE brake dust)
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