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Old 03-08-2022, 01:42 AM #1
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Will 17x8.5 +00 with 265/70r17 fit with now rub on 2021 SR5 OEM suspension.

Like the titles says, just trying to find an answer to this riddle.

Typo in title. “Fit without rub”

I have searched all over the forum and found a couple posts, but they aren’t clear about what suspension they have.

I have seen the will it fit and largest tire thread, but that’s not what I am looking for. Tires are staying stock size for now. Just gonna ride out the OEM tires til their done. Only off-roading we’re doing are fire trails right now and the OEM tires handle those just fine.

I want to get a set of 17x8.5 wheels with an offset of +00 (backspacing will only be 4mm closer to strut this way).

I just want to know if I should expect rub or not with this on an SR5 with stock suspension.

I may get a cheapo cornfed 1.5”/1” leveling kit, but for now just running stock suspension.

Thanks in advanced
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will not rub.
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I have the same set up and I have a slight rub on driver side against my mud flap at full lock.

RRW RH7, 17x8.5 0 offset, Falken Wildpeaks 265/70/17


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I have the same set up and I have a slight rub on driver side against my mud flap at full lock.

RRW RH7, 17x8.5 0 offset, Falken Wildpeaks 265/70/17


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Any pics of that setup? Iím considering something very similar. Thanks!
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Remember that though your offset is close to factory rims, the wider rim will change things more than you think. You will most likely be fine.
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I don't mean to hi jack this thread, but I was looking at a similar setup except that the wheels I'm looking at are 17x8 instead of 8.5, and the tires I was looking at were 275/70r17.

Everything else in OP is the same. Stock suspension and 0 offset for the wheels.

Does anyone know if this should rub? I looked all over and don't see much threads on 275's. Thanks
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