Wheel spacers

Discussion in '1995 - 2004 Toyota Tacoma' started by willstutz7, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. willstutz7

    willstutz7 Member

    I wanted to get some spacers for the ole taco and I don't know what size to get. I've heard the 1 1/4 are great but I want to try to get a more aggressive stance. I'm running 265/75 tires right now. If anyone has pictures of 1 1/4 spacers and 2" spacers that would be much appreciated. Also would it cause rubbing?
     
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  3. BIRDSLAYER

    BIRDSLAYER Well-Known Member

    You lifted? Or stock suspension?
     
  4. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't put spacers on. Get some lower offset wheels it won't cost that much more. -6 to -12 off set will push the tire out ~1.5"
     
  5. OP
    willstutz7

    willstutz7 Member

    I have stock suspension
     
  6. BIRDSLAYER

    BIRDSLAYER Well-Known Member

    I agree with OR17TRD, I would avoid the spacers and do wheels instead. It probably won't rub on regular turns, but it will a lil bit on those stressed out flexed turns (wheelin) I was runnin 265/75-16 on my 99 before the lift, and it didn't rub unless I was in the woods. Ball peen hammer inside the fender fixed that!
     
  7. 04trailhiker

    04trailhiker Member

  8. 04trailhiker

    04trailhiker Member

    11/4 spacers with 285 70 16"
     
  9. 04trailhiker

    04trailhiker Member

    Had to use the hammer and cut some of the plastic in the front and will be adding a helper leaf in the back should take care of that rub as well
     

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