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Looking for offset and backspacing of any of the Tundra wheels so I can start hunting aftermarkets.

I want a wheel that sticks out past the wheel well by about 2" because I will be adding Bushwacker flares.

Would rather not use spacers.
 

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bolt cir is the same as a 05 + land cruiser

5-150

et 60 mm (offset)

110.20 mm CB

14 x 1.5 mm nuts

I have looked for 2 days for something nice.

I put a LT285 / 65 R18 BFG Ta KO on the stock wheel and it looks good.

offsets that will work
wheel Width offset
8 24-65 mm
8.5 30-65 mm
9 37-65 mm
9.5 43-65 mm
10 49-60 mm

the Lowest et will be about flush with fenders anything lower will stick out.

I did find some 20 and 22 bling

Good luck
Dave
 

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I will be going either 17" or 18" wheel with 35's or mabe 37's if there are gears avail. and I can get it up high enough.

Looks like it will be a challenge.
 

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bolt cir is the same as a 05 + land cruiser

5-150

et 60 mm (offset)

110.20 mm CB

14 x 1.5 mm nuts

I have looked for 2 days for something nice.

I put a LT285 / 65 R18 BFG Ta KO on the stock wheel and it looks good.

offsets that will work
wheel Width offset
8 24-65 mm
8.5 30-65 mm
9 37-65 mm
9.5 43-65 mm
10 49-60 mm

the Lowest et will be about flush with fenders anything lower will stick out.

I did find some 20 and 22 bling

Good luck
Dave
Is the offset the same on the 20" wheels? Do you think I could fit 285 BFG TA KO's on the 20" wheel without spacers? Any ideas?

Thanks!
 

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This is what I will be running with: chrome 20"x9.5" CEC wheels +35mm offset, with Toyo 35x12.5x20, and a Revtek 2.5" leveling kit. Look on line for the CEC wheels.
 

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Sorry if I'm slow on the uptake but would something like this work. It fits the landcruiser and has a 35 mm offset. Seems like it might. And, if so how wide a tire might you use?
 

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I will be going either 17" or 18" wheel with 35's or mabe 37's if there are gears avail.
17" wheels will not fit a 2007 Tundra. They are too small and would interfere with the brake calipers. That's why the truck comes with 18" as the standard stock size, providing the minimum clearance with the brakes.
 

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17" wheels will not fit a 2007 Tundra. They are too small and would interfere with the brake calipers. That's why the truck comes with 18" as the standard stock size, providing the minimum clearance with the brakes.
your logic is right but this isn't completely true... depends on the wheel. if the shape of the wheel is right, all you need to do is grind down the caliper. ;)

only trial and error will tell. i already know of one beadlock wheel mfg that has fit a 17" wheel over our big brakes. i'm not telling until i have them first.
 
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