and thats with the +35mm offset correct? im getting ready to order wheels and tires for my super white crew max and i want to get 20"s and toyo open country m/t's in 35/12.50/20 but im weary about it rubbing
with an LRO 3/1
from what ive been reading it seems like that will rub a good amount and you might even have to cut the body mount, i dont want to have to screw with the body mount thats why im trying to do my research before hand
This is my 2010 with the 3"LRO kit and 35" KM2s, I also have a set of rims with 305 BFG ATs. All that I have done to run the 35s is trim the skid plate, and I have no rubbing. More pictures in my gallery
the reason y the grapps rub is becuz they hav big ass lugs on them , take it from me . these guys running 35s on a 3/1 with on rub ( non mud grapps ) and i got 33s an rubbing when truning ... shoot . i got to say u guys running the 35s man they look amazing makes me want to pull the trigger .
berdine i got my stubby in today , thanx for the advice
og694... are you sure that your rims are a 0 offset? I had a lot of communication with the owners of BMF and the only offset they made the SERE's in was +12, which is what mine are of course... now I've had mine just under a year now so I don't know if they decided to change that as an option or not.
as for the front of the fender, there is no rub but I did unbolt the inner fender lining and push forward... never had a problem
Just bought a 2014 platinum with the stock 20s.
I really like the look of meatier tires, and probably should just spring the cash for new tires and some 17” or 18” wheels and some KO2s or nitto grapplers that are meaty and fit, but if there’s a way to get a good looking tire to wrap the stock...
I bought a used 2006 tundra double cab several months back and I have had tpms problems pretty much from day one. I didn't think it was a big deal at first and the dealership I bought it from is hours away and I bought it "as is" so its my problem now. Now after dealing with it for 6 months or...
I have a 3/1 set up, but unfortunately, I got rubbing with 295/70/18 tires. My wheels have a +20 offset. I guess I can live with the rubbing but the tire shop will exchange for a different size.
I was going to go with 305/65/18 tires. The tires will need to be ordered so they can't test...
It's always a good idea to reduce your unsprung weight... less is more.
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