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Old 11-14-2021, 03:18 PM #1
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Joined the Fam 3 months ago. Want wheels and modest lift.

Hey hey!

Joined the family a few months ago with a 2021 sr5 p.

Already got some rock sliders installed but am hoping to get new wheels/tires soon!

I am thinking I’m gonna just gonna stick with stick suspension for now and get a set of 265/70r17 Wildpeaks. My issue is the dang wheels. There is so much info it’s almost impossible to filter out. I have read all the stickied posts in wheel fitment and tire size but a lot of it deals with suspension and lift and that’s not my goal for now. Once my kids are a little older we might lift a bit.

Anyone know if 17x8.5 wheels with 0 or -10 offset will or won’t rub with 265/70 tires.

Anyway yeah. Glad to be here. Thanks all!

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Old 11-15-2021, 01:12 PM #2
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I’m interested in finding out this answer as well…thanks for asking!
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Here to see the result as well. Wanting SCS F5's or Gen5's in the 17x8.5 -10 and am super unsure of fitment.
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Hey hey!

Joined the family a few months ago with a 2021 sr5 p.

Already got some rock sliders installed but am hoping to get new wheels/tires soon!

I am thinking I’m gonna just gonna stick with stick suspension for now and get a set of 265/70r17 Wildpeaks. My issue is the dang wheels. There is so much info it’s almost impossible to filter out. I have read all the stickied posts in wheel fitment and tire size but a lot of it deals with suspension and lift and that’s not my goal for now. Once my kids are a little older we might lift a bit.

Anyone know if 17x8.5 wheels with 0 or -10 offset will or won’t rub with 265/70 tires.

Anyway yeah. Glad to be here. Thanks all!

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so not sure if this will help but for a while before i lifted my t4r I had method wheels with a 0 offset on 265/70/17 on stock suspension and had no rubbing issues
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