Rims/Tires and Offset

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by Andrew Merritt, Nov 21, 2020 at 1:26 PM.

  1. What size rims and tires can I get without having to do any modifications and or worry about rubbing. And what offset do I need?
    Stock rims 16x7
    Stock Tires 245/75R/16

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  3. Boghog1

    Boghog1 Member

    The answer is lots.
     
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    Andrew Merritt

    Andrew Merritt Member

    Ok can you give me a few sizes and offsets please . Im new to all this. Thanks
     
  5. Boghog1

    Boghog1 Member

    stock size is 265/70R16, factory offset is +25mm. What are you trying to do?
    a 245/55R20 will fit with a 0 offset
     
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    Andrew Merritt

    Andrew Merritt Member

    Hi I want to put custom wheels on Tacoma and possibly a bigger tire size, but do not want to have to CMC or lift the truck. I just want to buy wheels and tires and bolt them on. I want 17" wheels. Thanks
     
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    Andrew Merritt

    Andrew Merritt Member

    And go to a 17" wheel also.
     
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  8. Boghog1

    Boghog1 Member

    So stick to a 17x8 or narrower wheel, avoid negative offset, a 0 offset and and 265/70/17 should fit and not require a CMC, you may be able to go to a 255/75or80/17 without a CMC but it really is dependent on offset being closer to stock.
     
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    Andrew Merritt

    Andrew Merritt Member

    Thanks does a negative offset move the wheel further inside the wheel well?
     
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    Andrew Merritt

    Andrew Merritt Member

    would this wheel fit if I stay with the 16". 16x8 - 6x139.7 - 0 - 991B-68060-00
     
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  11. Boghog1

    Boghog1 Member

    A negative offset makes your wheels stick out further. those wheels will fit
     
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  12. Mansimran Kahlon

    Mansimran Kahlon New Member

    Hey guys, I have a 2019 TRD OffRoad double cab.
    I want to get al terrains, currently running stock 265 70 r16.

    Can i get a 285 tire without cmc or a lift? If so, what would the offset be? I'm open to 16 or 17 inch tire
     
  13. Boghog1

    Boghog1 Member

    Do you plan on offloading? backing up while turning? the short answer is no.if you want a 33" tire go with a 255/85R16 and factory sized wheels and even then you will need to remove or change your mudflaps.
     
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  14. Mansimran Kahlon

    Mansimran Kahlon New Member

    Haha gotcha. But wouldn't a 255 be less wide than the 265 currently?

    These are tires I'm considering

    Hancook DYNAPRO AT2 - SIZE: 265/65R17

    Yokohama GEOLANDAR A/T G015 - SIZE: P265/65R17

    GoodYear
    WRANGLER TRAILRUNNER AT - SIZE: 265/65R17
     

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