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Old 07-26-2022, 10:25 PM #1
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2022 Limited Wheel and Tire Section Summary

Finally, after months of trying I have landed a 2022 Limited 4Runner without third row seating and running boards. Should be available next week.

I intend to add rock sliders and aftermarket skid plates and have been investigating replacement wheels for the Limited 20” wheels to use off road.
Not looking to make a statement with big wheels, just want to fit a nice set of off-road tires like BFG KO2’s or equal without any rubbing corrections needed. Not planning to install a lift, at least initially until I get some time off road to judge if and what lift I really need.

Been reading in this forum trying to get my mind around the options and I have to say it’s a challenge to make sense of it all with so many tire sizes and rims to choose from and since a lot of people are looking to get bigger (taller and/or wider) tires for looks and for true off-road use too.

Here’s what I think I have figured out:

1. Which wheel/tire diameter 16”, 17” or 18” provides largest selection to get desired installed tire height and width – answer appears to be 17” looking at BFG KO2 tires available.

2. Primary spec for Limited rim selection – stay with +15 mm offset and select a tire that is very near the height and width of the original 20” tires that come with the Limited.

3. Once I get the vehicle, I’ll measure clearances between existing tires and potential rub points to know how much variation new tire and rim selection there is to avoid rubbing (Ie do I need to stay strictly to the existing tire installed width or can it be increased any).

4. Best source of rims with +15 mm offset will be other Toyota rims which likely will be readily available on the used market and can save some money. There are enough Toyota 17” rims with +15mm offset that I can find one I like.

5. Selected tire height should match original 20” tire height to keep revs per mile the same. I pull a small tear drop camper in the mountains and concerned about increasing tire OD thus impacting pulling performance too much.

Here’s a link to a very helpful article on Toyota rim technical data that helped me find 17” Toyota rim’s with +15mm offset:

Factory OEM Wheel Options 5th Gen 4Runner - TRD Vs. SR5 Vs. Limited (trail4runner.com)

One correction to the referenced article appears to be the offset for the 16” forged TDR wheels which according to the Toyota parts listing is only 6mm not 10mm.

I know there are many knowledgeable tire guys out there that can help correct me in my current thinking if warranted so any comments or suggestion are welcomed.
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2022 Limited Wheel and Tire Section Summary

I think you’re overthinking this. 16” wheel wont clear the brakes on 5th gen. Next best thing is to go with 265/70R17 which is the stock size for non-Limiteds thus keeping your overall diameter the same. TRD Pro wheels are +4 offset and may experience minimal rubbing on the fender liners at the front of the wheel and the mud flap in the back at full lock which is usually cleared up by the fender liner mod. Any of the other wheels should clear easily.


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I think you’re overthinking this. 16” wheel wont clear the brakes on 5th gen. Next best thing is to go with 265/70R17 which is the stock size for non-Limiteds thus keeping your overall diameter the same. TRD Pro wheels are +4 offset and may experience minimal rubbing on the fender liners at the front of the wheel and the mud flap in the back at full lock which is usually cleared up by the fender liner mod. Any of the other wheels should clear easily.


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Just learning about 16" not clearing calipers, didn't know that but was discounting 16" any way.

I was intending only considering wheels with +15mm offset to keep the tire positioned same as the original 20" Limited tire/rim combination and keeping the tire width and height same or very near original to avoid rubbing issues.

Thanks for the reply!
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Two helpful threads (if you have not already found them) from @1engineer

Changing Tire Size or Wheels? Read this first! - Toyota 4Runner Forum - Largest 4Runner Forum

Going Bigger - 5th Gen Tire Fitment Guide - Toyota 4Runner Forum - Largest 4Runner Forum

I run my 20" Limited rims on 245/60R20 Michelin all-seasons in the summer and run 17" TRD Off-Road rims with 265/70R17 Toyo dedicated winter tires in the winter.
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Just learning about 16" not clearing calipers, didn't know that but was discounting 16" any way.

I was intending only considering wheels with +15mm offset to keep the tire positioned same as the original 20" Limited tire/rim combination and keeping the tire width and height same or very near original to avoid rubbing issues.

Thanks for the reply!

Any SR5 of TRD Off-road wheel is going to be +15. My point being OEM wheels get as aggressive as +4 and will have very very minimal issues with rubbing. Almost nonexistent if you stick with highway tires as opposed to all terrains.


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my $0.02:

stick with the 17" rim and 265/70/17 tire size. that is the spec of the non limited models. the 265/70/17 and the limited tires are basically identical in diameter. any larger tire and you will probably have rubbing issues

you may have some very slight rubbing if you run falkens or very aggressive AT tires and a rim with a +4 offset or less (TRD PRO spec). the TRD rims are +15 offset I believe and should be fine

rules of thumb for no lift:

-17" rim +4 offset no less
- 265/70/17 tire size
- mostly all AT tires will be fine with no rub. minor rubbing could occur with some brands which is easily remedied by a heat gun and sort of reshaping the fender liner/maybe front mud flap plastic as well

I swapped my 20" limited rims out. have 17" rims with +5 offset and 265 tire size. no rub obviously but I have M+S tires outside the winter season, I don't need AT
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my $0.02:

stick with the 17" rim and 265/70/17 tire size. that is the spec of the non limited models. the 265/70/17 and the limited tires are basically identical in diameter. any larger tire and you will probably have rubbing issues

you may have some very slight rubbing if you run falkens or very aggressive AT tires and a rim with a +4 offset or less (TRD PRO spec). the TRD rims are +15 offset I believe and should be fine

rules of thumb for no lift:

-17" rim +4 offset no less
- 265/70/17 tire size
- mostly all AT tires will be fine with no rub. minor rubbing could occur with some brands which is easily remedied by a heat gun and sort of reshaping the fender liner/maybe front mud flap plastic as well

I swapped my 20" limited rims out. have 17" rims with +5 offset and 265 tire size. no rub obviously but I have M+S tires outside the winter season, I don't need AT
What he said. Don't overthink it.
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I think you’re overthinking this. 16” wheel wont clear the brakes on 5th gen. Next best thing is to go with 265/70R17 which is the stock size for non-Limiteds thus keeping your overall diameter the same. TRD Pro wheels are +4 offset and may experience minimal rubbing on the fender liners at the front of the wheel and the mud flap in the back at full lock which is usually cleared up by the fender liner mod. Any of the other wheels should clear easily.


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Do this. On my limited I had some rub on drivers side with K02s in 17-265-70.
Rub was minor but easily correctable. Granted depending upon width of rim and offset, you may have more or less rub.
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