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Having a hard time deciding on wheels. I'll be doing a 5" Zone lift. On my last truck (Tacoma) I kept stock size rims which were 16" and put some super beefy tires on it. Loved the look. Here's a pic




On the Tundra I was looking at similar styled rims and the largest I find them is 17". So I was thinking the following in a 17" (1" smaller than stock with a super beefcake tire)





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The following in a 20" rim with still a nice chunky tire;



I would be curious to know what the lighter combo is of the 2, but no one ever seems to list wheel and tire weights.

Oh and here's a picture of the Tundra as it sits now for reference. The chrome bumpers will be color matched soon.;

 

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18's and 35's for the meaty look :yesnod:

Would look similar to your taco set-up (I assume those were 33's?)

Heres my 18" wheels with 35x13 tires:

I would like to stay with 18" and not drop to 17" but so far I've been unable to find wheels similar to the first in an 18"
 

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Don't assume just any 17" rim will fit either. From what I understand there is only a handful of rims in a 17" format that will work with our brake setup. Take a look at the RW rims for a nice 17" rim.

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Rock Warriors, Method Standards, Weld Racings, XD Series Crank, and XD Series Enduros are the only 17's that'll work on our Tundras.
 

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Never heard of the Rock Monsters, got a pic?
 

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Does anyone know what wheels these are? In all of my searching in the past few weeks I've only found this style in 17" at the largest, but maybe these are 18"

 

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That sorta looks like a pro comp center cap


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Pro Comp only makes that style up to 17". Fuel makes a somewhat similar rim, but definitely not that one. Just checked the Dick Cepek site and they don't have anything like those. And Eagle makes a similar wheel but definitely not the same :-(
 

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They're Mickey Thompson Classic I's powdercoated black. That's tjsebolts old truck
 
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