Question 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

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Thread: 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

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    Default 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

    JBought a set of Goodyear duratrac tires 325/65r18 with the aluminum stock rims 5 bars. I need to space them out because they are rubbing on the upper A arms and ball joints. I don't want to go to far past the fenders, because of mud splatter and rock chips. Also do not want to have to cut any studs, so the question is do I order 1" adapters or 1 1/4" adapters?? Which one is more stable? I also have a 2 1/2" toytec lift and 1" rear block.
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    Default Re: 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

    Honestly to do it right I would buy some aftermarket wheels with the correct width and offset to run that size of a tire. I wouldn't trust wheel spacers, especially on a truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikejkelly2005 View Post
    JBought a set of Goodyear duratrac tires 325/65r18 with the aluminum stock rims 5 bars. I need to space them out because they are rubbing on the upper A arms and ball joints. I don't want to go to far past the fenders, because of mud splatter and rock chips. Also do not want to have to cut any studs, so the question is do I order 1" adapters or 1 1/4" adapters?? Which one is more stable? I also have a 2 1/2" toytec lift and 1" rear block.

    I would get a 1" if u can't get rims right now. U want to go out the smallest amount so u don't have to trim anything.

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    Default Re: 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

    I dropped so much into the tires that I can't afford new rims. I wound up ordering some 1" adapters from Precision European Motorwerks. They come today. I can't get over the fact that a local tire shop let me drive off with brand new tires that were obviously rubbing. I'll update with Picts when I install them..

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    I got 325/60/18 on my trd rims w/3" level spacer. I might end up selling those for $60. But the should sit fine on the rim. But if u haven't installed the tire yet y don't u exchange the for 1 size smaller?

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    Default Re: 325/65r18 on stock 2007 Tundra rims

    It has a 2 1/2" lift in the front and 1" block in the back. The tires barely hit the upper A arms. Maybe a half inch. I found the previous owner it's Henery T from St Charles he is a member of this forum, he put 305/65r18 on. I don't care for the ole BF Goodrich look. I wanted the treaded side walls.

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