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aftermarket wheel question read the sticky

The Suspension/Tire sticky says that aftermarket wheels or spacers will increase rubbing. Can someone elaborate for me?

I have an 04 v8 Limited with the a Eibach 2.75 x 1" lift. I may add a 1" spacer lift to the rear.

I'm due for tires and wanted to go as big as I can without the body mount chop. Was considering some cheaper after market wheels because I don't like my stock ones anyway.

I thought a different wheel with less backspace might allow me to go to 32.6? Not so?

I can buy used Tacom TRD wheels that I like which are the same specs as mine. Is that the best route? Those wheels have new 32.6 tires on them.



**************************Tire Size/Fitment**************************

Thanks to gaterose for providing the following information.
What does it take to fit x tire with x lift?
Front/Rear Lift Tire Size
Stock -
265/65R17
265/70R17* (except BFG A/T)

1/0
265/70R17* (31.6x10.4)
255/75R17 (32 x 10)

2/1
265/70R17
255/75R17

3/2
275/70R17 (32.2 x 10.8)
285/70R17 (32.6 x 11.2)
255/80R17* (33 x 10)

3/2 + 1-1.5" Body Lift
255/85R17 (34 x 10)
285/70R17
305/65R17 (32.6 x 12)

* requires removal of mud flaps and probably minor trimming
requires trimming and may require body mount chop (click here for details on body mount chop), upper control arms, and/or increased backspacing.

Add 5 to the middle number for 16" wheels, subtract 5 for 18" wheels (265/75R16=265/70R17=265/65R18)

The above assumes you're using stock wheels and no wheel spacers. Aftermarket wheels or wheel spacers will increase rubbing, more trimming will need to be done in order to fit the listed size.

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