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Old 07-17-2021, 07:59 PM #1
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If I were to use a 17" x 7" OEM SR5 wheel vs a 17" x 7" OEM TRD Pro wheel with 255/75/17 pizza cutters would I have rubbing issues with stock suspension ?

Correct me if I'm wrong but the TRD Pro wheel has more offset which pushes the wheel away from the vehicle.
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If I were to use a 17" x 7" OEM SR5 wheel vs a 17" x 7" OEM TRD Pro wheel with 255/75/17 pizza cutters would I have rubbing issues with stock suspension ?

Correct me if I'm wrong but the TRD Pro wheel has more offset which pushes the wheel away from the vehicle.
The TRD Pro wheel has 8mm LESS offset (4mm) than the 7” wide SR5 wheel (12mm), which pushes the wheel away from the vehicle. (In 2014, the SR5 wheel width increased to 7.5”.)

I don’t have a 5th gen, but you won’t have rubbing issues with either wheel. The 7” wide SR5 wheel doesn’t rub with a 265/70r17 tire, and the TRD Pro wheel will be 8mm farther out than the SR5 wheel. The 255/75r17 tire is only 1/2” taller than the 265/70r17, or only 1/4” taller on each side. The 255 tire is narrower than the 265 tire, so the 255 tire won’t rub on the suspension if the 265 doesn’t.
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Thank You for correcting me on the offset.
I assumed that since the SR5 wheels were tucked in a little, that the pizza cutters (1/2" taller) might rub the mudflaps.

I think that I will pick up a set of used SR5 OEM wheels & run the BFG KO2 255/75/17 on my TRD OR for the winter.
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