Stock rims are something like +50 or +55, so the lower the number, the further it sticks out. You may be looking at +12 or +0 offset if you want it to stick out an inch or two,or -44 offset if you want the wheels out ~6".
I have a 2014 Toyota Tundra Crewmax Platinum with a Toytec 3/1 leveling kit. I have Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires 275/65/20. I need the tires to come out about 1-2 inches. The factory rims make the tires less than an inch away from the upper control arm. What would be the correct offset and width?
Hey guys this is my first post. I’m not new to Toyota trucks but my 2015 rclb is my first half ton. My tires aren’t doing very well in the snow and ice right now so I’m looking into new tires. Im looking at Cooper at3 4s as I want the winter performance. They are however not LT tires... do I...
i know this isnt the common wheel to be putting on a truck but they just look hot. Being in the tuner culture these wheels looks more performance than aggressive like the wheels i've been seeing out there. what do you guys think?
All Rim and Tire pics here!
Saw this stickied in the fj cruiser forum. Post your wheel and tire pics so that other users can see what looks good on our trucks. I still have the stock texas edition wheels. 275/55/20 BFG Rugged Terrains.
Been running Nitto tires the last two times. First the old trail grapplers and then more recently I tried Nitto ridge grapplers, and while I like the tires overall, they seem to keep running small. For example, my 50% worn ridge grapplers in 35x12.5x20 measure 34 as they sit on the truck, and...
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