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Old 09-11-2019, 09:12 PM #16
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I'm running FN wheels 7x19 -10 (4.1" BS) with 305/70 RG's. I have a heavy BMC and did very little in back and have no rubbing. Also changed to 4.56 gears and i love it.
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Old 09-12-2019, 12:37 PM #17
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Sick now I just need to decide on which 17x9 -38s

Either SCS Ray 10 17x9 -38
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Method MR105 17x9 -38

Either will be on Toyo MT 33 12.50

anyone have opinions on either wheel?
Im on 17x9 -38 F5's with 33's. and i run them with 1.25" spacers..
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Im on 17x9 -38 F5's with 33's. and i run them with 1.25" spacers..
Post a side profile that setup sounds sick, albeit really far out.

Also, what center cap do those F5s use? Looks almost like the old FJ Pro TRD caps.

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Post a side profile that setup sounds sick, albeit really far out.

Also, what center cap do those F5s use? Looks almost like the old FJ Pro TRD caps.
f5's don't come with any center caps from scs
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Post a side profile that setup sounds sick, albeit really far out.

Also, what center cap do those F5s use? Looks almost like the old FJ Pro TRD caps.
Cant find a side fitment shot, but I don't think its far out at all. But then again, I'm probably just used to it.
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17x9 38mm Offset at full flex/stuff with 285/70/R17?

For the people running 17x9 -38 mm offset with 285/70/R17's and 3" lift with BMC, are you able to stuff the wheel up into the wheel well on full flex? Have you lost any up travel?

Can someone post some head on photos to show the offset out from the fender? Any photos at full stuff?

I like the idea of getting a slightly wider stance but I don't want to screw myself out of any up travel and tear off a fender. Trimming & cutting isn't an issue. I will be running 285/70/R17 Cooper ST MAXs with Icons Stage 7 suspension (billet UCAs), Body Mount Chop (BMC) and CBI front and rear bumpers.

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For the people running 17x9 -38 mm offset with 285/70/R17's and 3" lift with BMC, are you able to stuff the wheel up into the wheel well on full flex? Have you lost any up travel?

Can someone post some head on photos to show the offset out from the fender? Any photos at full stuff?

I like the idea of getting a slightly wider stance but I don't want to screw myself out of any up travel and tear off a fender. Trimming & cutting isn't an issue. I will be running 285/70/R17 Cooper ST MAXs with Icons Stage 7 suspension (billet UCAs), Body Mount Chop (BMC) and CBI front and rear bumpers.

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You wont have to do anything at all in rear. The BMC an UCAs with enough camber adjustment plus flap removal up front should get you pretty close. I still get a minir rub in reverse at full lock on the plastic rocker end cap. I havent trimmed it yet. I have offroaded plenty with the set up. No problem with articulatiion/stuffing.
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You wont have to do anything at all in rear. The BMC an UCAs with enough camber adjustment plus flap removal up front should get you pretty close. I still get a minir rub in reverse at full lock on the plastic rocker end cap. I havent trimmed it yet. I have offroaded plenty with the set up. No problem with articulatiion/stuffing.
Thanks for the response Louisiana Overland. I really appreciate the first hand information from someone like yourself that fully flexes their suspension off road.

This spring I'm going to pull the trigger on the SCS Ray 10s (17x9 -38 Offset) with Cooper ST Max 285/70/R17s. I know each 4-runner is unique when it comes to exact clearances but after reading that anchr3d (on Instagram) tore his driver side fender off with a 3" King lift, Icon UCAs, BMC and trimming while running the SCS Ray 10s 17x9s with 295/70/R17 Cooper ST Pros's I'll stick with slightly smaller 285's on the wider 17x9 Ray 10s.

I'll just go slow at first and keep trimming until I'm sure I have 100% clearance at full articulation/stuff.
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