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Old 03-06-2020, 09:42 PM #16
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I am a fan... 255/75/17 has been an awesome size in terms of fitment and performance.
What size lift are you running? Looks clean
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OK you guys talked me into. I'm going to look for another set of 17" wheels. Maybe buy another set of TRDs.
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FWIW one of my old coworkers runs that size in KM3s on his '18 TRD OR. He really likes them, and they looked good on his runner too in my opinion. I think it would be sweet on your 4th gen.
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Do it. I think my 255s are fantastic (though I am running larger 255 80r17)

Also I spy you on Chicago Craigslist.

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What size lift are you running? Looks clean
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Bilstein 6112 - 1 down from the highest setting
1/4" spacer on driver side only

Rear
OME 2895 Rear Springs
Bilstein 5100

After lift (unloaded): Measurements in inches, measured from center of rim/hub to fender

Front = 22.5"
Rear = 24"
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Do it. I think my 255s are fantastic (though I am running larger 255 80r17)

Also I spy you on Chicago Craigslist.

Yea, I listed it up but the way the market is going I think I am just going to keep it. I ordered another set of TRD rims for it.
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Got them mounted up. At first glance they don't really look that much narrower than the K02s, but a whole lot taller.

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The 255/75r17 size is great on a 4th gen. They fit on a 7.5 wide rim, but are meant for a 7 wide rim. I mounted mine on 5th gen OEM 6-spoke 17x7 rims.

I did the Daystar spacer lift and Spidertrax spacers, and have no rubbing.
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