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Old 05-21-2020, 01:49 AM #16
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I'm not running -38 offset. Think mine are -10. SCS makes a few different offsets. I would imagine -38 would be closer to my oem wheels with 1.25" spacer which rubbed like hell.

Like the other guy said alignments can play into that as well. My first alignment after lifting wasn't great and I had some drama with the same shop next go. Ended up going to firestone.

Even then I still rubbed slightly at full lock while reversing and coming off a curb size obstacle.

My BMC now is prob good for 35's given the right uca and alignment combo. Not super interested in regearing tho.
-38 offset is almost 3" inches wider offset per wheel than the stock TRD OR wheels. -10 would actually be much, much closer to a stock wheel with a 1.25 spacer.
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-38 offset is almost 3" inches wider offset per wheel than the stock TRD OR wheels. -10 would actually be much, much closer to a stock wheel with a 1.25 spacer.
K. I’m bored now.

I made my points.
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K. I’m bored now.

I made my points.
I'll assume that since you deleted your 3am messages that you were either being rude or decided you were wrong. but for reference:


stock TRD OR wheels with 265's vs SCS 17x9 -38 wheels with 285's



Stock TRD OR wheel with 265's and 1.25" spacer vs SCS 17x9 -38 wheels with 285's



Stock TRD OR wheel with 265's and 1.25" spacer vs SCS 17x8 -10 wheels with 285's


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I run 285s on mine with Eibach Pro Kit and stock UCA for awhile now. Picture shows on stock TRDOP wheels and now I’m on aftermarket ProComp wheels with no issues. All I’ve done is the front fender mod. Not sure if this helps you but why not just lift and put the tires on and wait on UCA. I’ve got SPCs sitting in my shop.
What pro comp wheels did you get sir?

I just bought a Fox 2.5 set-up and SPCs. Got 285/70/17s going on too. Was waging the mental war between stock ORP wheels or making a purchase. Saw a few Pro Comps that looked good.
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I'll assume that since you deleted your 3am messages that you were either being rude or decided you were wrong. but for reference:
Oh no I was definitely being rude.

I don't really care about how they compare it's semantics when talking about body mount rub.

TRD Wheels with 1.25" spacer poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressively.

-38 offset wheels poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressivly.

-10 offset wheels sit just about flush and rub a smidge.

But great point...one is closer to another...
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Oh no I was definitely being rude.

I don't really care about how they compare it's semantics when talking about body mount rub.

TRD Wheels with 1.25" spacer poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressively.

-38 offset wheels poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressivly.

-10 offset wheels sit just about flush and rub a smidge.

But great point...one is closer to another...
I never said anything about comparing them in terms of bmc rub. I was talking about interference with the JBA UCA's. but keep on being passive aggressive, it's a great look when someone asks you a simple question about your experience with some equipment on a forum meant for discussion about equipment. and no, it's not "semantics". If you're going to try being a snarky, arrogant *******, you should probably try using the English language correctly as a baseline.
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I never said anything about comparing them in terms of bmc rub. I was talking about interference with the JBA UCA's. but keep on being passive aggressive, it's a great look when someone asks you a simple question about your experience with some equipment on a forum meant for discussion about equipment. and no, it's not "semantics". If you're going to try being a snarky, arrogant *******, you should probably try using the English language correctly as a baseline.
We already covered what clears and what doesn't. Conversation moved to body mounts. I'm always happy to help people on here and it's quite clear I have been in this thread.

You com along want to correct me on semantics of what wheel is closer to what offset when it proves absolutely nothing to the overall conversation. You want to hear your right or something? You looking for a damn win? What is your problem? Like damn dude you must be super fun at parties.

It's so damn boring responding to the semantics police.
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We already covered what clears and what doesn't. Conversation moved to body mounts. I'm always happy to help people on here and it's quite clear I have been in this thread.

You com along want to correct me on semantics of what wheel is closer to what offset when it proves absolutely nothing to the overall conversation. You want to hear your right or something? You looking for a damn win? What is your problem? Like damn dude you must be super fun at parties.

It's so damn boring responding to the semantics police.
Semantics is the study of linguistics and meaning, moron. I think the word you're looking for is "pedantic" or perhaps "details". Although I'd probably choose "pathetic" to describe your drivel.

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Oh no I was definitely being rude.

I don't really care about how they compare it's semantics when talking about body mount rub.

TRD Wheels with 1.25" spacer poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressively.

-38 offset wheels poke out beyond the fenders and rub aggressivly.

-10 offset wheels sit just about flush and rub a smidge.

But great point...one is closer to another...

Is it possible to get -10 wheels to look beefy?
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Is it possible to get -10 wheels to look beefy?
what I personally found when researching the SCS wheels is that all the really "beefy" looking trucks were either the 17x9 -38 wheels, or the -10 17x8.5 wheels with spacers.
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Semantics is the study of linguistics and meaning, moron. I think the word you're looking for is "pedantic" or perhaps "details". Although I'd probably choose "pathetic" to describe your drivel.
"When it is encountered in general use today (among non-specialists) the word is often seen in the phrase just arguing semantics, which appears to indicate that the speaker intends for semantics to signify something unimportant and trivial, or unrelated to the discussion" -Merriam Webster

You are literally arguing "semantics" over the use of the word semantics.





Done with you.

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Is it possible to get -10 wheels to look beefy?
Wrap them with some meat (285's)

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Has anyone had issues with the stock 2010 ver trail rims? I’m planning on doing 285s on stock 7.5 TE wheels, 3 inch lift with UCA....I never saw anyone ever talking about needing spacers but just BMC and trimming, seems rare for UCA rubbing
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Has anyone had issues with the stock 2010 ver trail rims? I’m planning on doing 285s on stock 7.5 TE wheels, 3 inch lift with UCA....I never saw anyone ever talking about needing spacers but just BMC and trimming, seems rare for UCA rubbing
Has everything to do with what uca you choose and your alignment.
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"When it is encountered in general use today (among non-specialists) the word is often seen in the phrase just arguing semantics, which appears to indicate that the speaker intends for semantics to signify something unimportant and trivial, or unrelated to the discussion" -Merriam Webster
You sure are putting a lot of energy into it for someone that keeps swearing they're bored and done.

It was pretty cool of MW to include an explanation of what idiots think they mean when they misuse the word.
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what I personally found when researching the SCS wheels is that all the really "beefy" looking trucks were either the 17x9 -38 wheels, or the -10 17x8.5 wheels with spacers.
100% agree. I researched a lot and came up with the same. Every time I thought I found a truck stance I liked with the -10s they had wheel spacers. -38s may be the best looking offset for our trucks and I would definitely go that route vs -10 with spacers. I ended up not going with SCS at all though. Maybe in the future.
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