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I have an 04 Tundra.
I just had a set of Lt295/70R7 Nitto Terra Grapplers put on stock 17" wheels and the Toytec 3" leveling kit installed.
The tires rub on the arm (not sure right term for this arm).

The shop added some spacers but said I probably needed new wheels with an offset.

I was going to do wheels later but I'm forced to do them now because of the rub.

He was unsure what offset I neeed and suggested I go to the online world to find out.

Any suggestions on what offset I would need on a 17x9 wheel for the Terra Grapplers?
Any help would be greatly apprecited.

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This tire is really large for your year Tundra even with the suspension modifications you have. You may be able to eliminate the suspension rubbing you are getting now with a lower offset wheel but it may create some new rubbing at the fender side in the front. I would recommend looking for a 17x9 with a 0mm offset to a -12mm offset (negative 12mm). This should push your wheels and tires out. I am not sure how much more clearance you need but a 17x9 with a -12mm offset should give you 1/2" more clearance at the inside.
 
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