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Old 12-27-2023, 10:23 PM #1
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Will this rim/tire combination rub?

Canít seem to find divinities answer anywhere. So here goesÖ

I would to know if TRD pro wheels with 265/70/17 tires will rub on a 2005 SR5 with dobinson 2inch front and 1.5 inch rear lift. Can I go bigger than 32inch?

I canít figure out the offset difference plus the lift difference vs stock and what that will do for the rubbing. Iím just trying to get the best biggest tire combo for the lift I have with nicer wheels
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Can’t seem to find divinities answer anywhere. So here goes…

I would to know if TRD pro wheels with 265/70/17 tires will rub on a 2005 SR5 with dobinson 2inch front and 1.5 inch rear lift. Can I go bigger than 32inch?

I can’t figure out the offset difference plus the lift difference vs stock and what that will do for the rubbing. I’m just trying to get the best biggest tire combo for the lift I have with nicer wheels
You should have very minimal rubbing with that setup. I currently have 265/70-17s on stock wheels and occasionally have very slight rubbing on the front passenger fender liner.

The biggest you can safely go with your setup is 275/70-17 if you hardcore off road often, or 285-70-17 if you don't hardcore off road often. Both setups will require you to move the fender liners slightly forward to avoid rubbing, which is easy. With the 285 tire you might need to chop the body mount if you do hardcore off-roading.

I'll be installing 17x8, 0 offset wheels, with 285/70-17 tires. I found that wheels that are 8.5" wide or less with 0 offset and 285/70-17 tires is the biggest you can go while having the best chance to not chop the body mount. Wheels that are negative offset tend to cause more rubbing.

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