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    Default Re: New wheels and rubbers, maybe

    On my 2000 tundra sr5 trd I have 265/75/16 with no lift. I have rubbed once when backing up quickly at full lock on a slope. I guess the lugs stick out further on Duratrac tires than others.

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    Yeah stock height. It only slightly rubs on the frame if I'm at full lock .clears my uca and everything else with room to spare. . I plan to lift someday.. but spend a lot time away from home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishiwerefishing View Post
    Yeah stock height. It only slightly rubs on the frame if I'm at full lock .clears my uca and everything else with room to spare. . I plan to lift someday.. but spend a lot time away from home.

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    oh ok do you know what the backspacing and offset on the rims on your truck? i want to 285s on my truck and im trying to see how much rubbing ill deal with.
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    I'm not sure on the bs. My buddy had an 05, ac stepside. These where his stock rims. My truck is 01. He was convinced they would fit as I figured they would rub like a son of Obama. I plan to get after market rims after my lift is installed.. but got these for free so . My originals were scratched up bad. If you plan to run 285 you should go ahead N lift it a Lil . Imo these tundras look 100% better leveled out, and you won't have to worry about rubbing . I'll try to look up the specks on these rims for ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishiwerefishing View Post
    I'm not sure on the bs. My buddy had an 05, ac stepside. These where his stock rims. My truck is 01. He was convinced they would fit as I figured they would rub like a son of Obama. I plan to get after market rims after my lift is installed.. but got these for free so . My originals were scratched up bad. If you plan to run 285 you should go ahead N lift it a Lil . Imo these tundras look 100% better leveled out, and you won't have to worry about rubbing . I'll try to look up the specks on these rims for ya

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    yea i no what your saying about the leveled look. mine is leveled out with just the 5100s on the 3rd notch in the front.
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    Then u should have no issue with running 285s

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishiwerefishing View Post
    Then u should have no issue with running 285s

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    im hoping so. i really only worried about the UCA. i can deal with any other place that might rub. thanks for the info.
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    Default Re: New wheels and rubbers, maybe

    When I put 285's on stock tundra wheels, I was about 1/4" from hitting my spindle, if I had stock upper arms I'm pretty sure it would hit. You should just stick to 265's, the difference in size isn't worth the headache in my opinion.
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