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Old 01-12-19, 05:51 AM
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Thank you. I bought them on Ebay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Toyota-OEM-...D/253054119666

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Nice! Black on the white is a great look.

FWIW, my TRD Pro wheels are 17x7 w/ +4mm offset.

Here's what 275/70s look like with no lift. I had to push the front fender well forward about 2" to clear them. Other than that, no modifications required.

With the +4 offset you didnt have any issues with rubbing on the calibers? Thx,
looks dope!
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Awesome! I did notice these are 17x8 tho.. hmm is that going to effect anything?
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I've put about about 5,000 miles on on them so far. Highway and backwoods. No issues.
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Originally Posted by MrAlonzo View Post
With the +4 offset you didnt have any issues with rubbing on the calibers? Thx,
looks dope!


Thanks! No rubbing on the calipers. There's plenty of room.

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I think theses are knock-offs.
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