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any 16" black rock crawlers fit '05 ?

i'm wanting to get rid of stock steel wheels and get black rock crawlers. www.4wheelparts.com says that in order to get a set to fit '05, i need to go 17". anyone else having problem finding rock crawlers for their '05 ?
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I'm looking for the same wheels. Apparently none of the 16" wheels will clear the calipers in the front. I emailed stockton wheel and they can custom make a set for $125 each. Dont really wanna pay that much, but it may be the only option.

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125 each isnt that bad for rims.

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how would the 16.5X12 BS 5" rock crawlers work. Im looking to 33X12.5 if I have the 3" revtek spacer lift will theese wheels and tires fit?

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how would the 16.5X12 BS 5" rock crawlers work. Im looking to 33X12.5 if I have the 3" revtek spacer lift will theese wheels and tires fit?

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they will rub..like no other...
try at least 5" before you run that wide of a rim..
u'll rub with 16x8s or what not..
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isnt it the backspace that dictates weather a rim will rub or not ?? Ok so what will I need to get a 33X12.5 to fit on a 05 with the least amount of lift?
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you can get some from summit racing

Cragar Classic series 397, they are powder coated 16x8 is 49.99
17x8 is 52.95 They are the round 8 hole wheels, nice wheels.

They have free shipping, and for 5 bucks extra a wheel, they will custom make them, for what ever back spacing you need and or bolt patter. Allow a couple weeks to recieve them for customized wheels.

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isnt it the backspace that dictates weather a rim will rub or not ?? Ok so what will I need to get a 33X12.5 to fit on a 05 with the least amount of lift?
yes but you'll still rub...some rubs with 32s...really depends how hard you run ur truck...

if you trim well..and get a good alighment..than that's a different story..
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isnt it the backspace that dictates weather a rim will rub or not ?? Ok so what will I need to get a 33X12.5 to fit on a 05 with the least amount of lift?
Offset does more than backspacing, but backspacing helps determine offset. Backspacing also helps out with rubbing the A-arm or not.

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ok so I were to get a custom made wheel what would the ideal offset ,backspace and wheel width to get the leat amount of rub with a 33X12.5 tire . This is for a 05 taco , im not sure what the difference is between the 04
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should work

CyberDuck is running 33x12.50 on a 16" rim with 4" back space and a 3" revtek lift on an 05 Taco and he says it rubs once in a blue moon. So it should work fine on the street.

I just bought 33x12.50 on a 16x8 rim and I have sway aways and deavers that I am going to use for my lift. So I'll let you know if it rubs or not.

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they will rub..like no other...
try at least 5" before you run that wide of a rim..
u'll rub with 16x8s or what not..
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Wheeler 16" rock crawlers fit. I bought some for mine and instaled them and they fit fine . I haven got tires yet so no pics with them on.
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Wheeler 16" rock crawlers fit. I bought some for mine and instaled them and they fit fine . I haven got tires yet so no pics with them on.
Cool,

Did you get the Black ones? Can't wait to see the pics!

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yea got the black ones. It will probably be a while since I dont want to spend 900 bucks on tires right now. Sucks I got these wheels just taking up space right now.
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yea got the black ones. It will probably be a while since I dont want to spend 900 bucks on tires right now. Sucks I got these wheels just taking up space right now.
I've been eyeing the AR Mojave teflons, but they are kind of $$$$$. I heard that the wheelers had some issues with fitting the 05s, so I was kind of hesitant to consider them.

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you can get some from summit racing

Cragar Classic series 397, they are powder coated 16x8 is 49.99
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They have free shipping, and for 5 bucks extra a wheel, they will custom make them, for what ever back spacing you need and or bolt patter. Allow a couple weeks to recieve them for customized wheels.
are you talking about these ?

http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...=egnsearch.asp

if link doesn't work, goto www.summitracing.com part# is CRR-3977860P.

can anyone confirm that they fit ?

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are you talking about these ?

http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...=egnsearch.asp

if link doesn't work, goto www.summitracing.com part# is CRR-3977860P.

can anyone confirm that they fit ?

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i'm wanting to get rid of stock steel wheels and get black rock crawlers. www.4wheelparts.com says that in order to get a set to fit '05, i need to go 17". anyone else having problem finding rock crawlers for their '05 ?
or a alloy option powdercoated black from wheelersoffroad.com 115 got em on my 05 16 x 8 ..
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or a alloy option powdercoated black from wheelersoffroad.com 115 got em on my 05 16 x 8 ..
more specifics on the wheels please......is your taco lifted or stock? maybe a product number and specs ( backspacing? )......photos?
my o5 access cab trd off road needs some wheels......

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more specifics on the wheels please......is your taco lifted or stock? maybe a product number and specs ( backspacing? )......photos?
my o5 access cab trd off road needs some wheels......

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4 inch back space makes me run a tire size of 285 / 75 / 16 no rubbing just take the fron mud flaps off .. it's will rub abit for the 1rst mile due to the 05 Taco has a bigger caliper and the there is a casting on the calliper it's self that touches the inner rim but rums off within 2 blocks.. I have 5k miles on mines and no issues..
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is that a revtek spacer up front? is the rear lifted as well? its a sick looking taco......nice job....

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Thanks bro, yups it's the revtek 3 inch lift.. took 3.5 hours putting the sucker on. Had to put a hellwig 1500lbs spring helper so it wont sag when I have 2 supermoto racebikes and gear on it.. the spring helper actually make the truck ride better on the freeway even with out load.. flying at 80-90 mph feels stable.. there are 2 different Revtek 3 inch lifts .. both of them have the same front spacer setup and the rear has 2 options add a leaf spring or a lift block.. I would recomend the leaf springs next time to avoid adding rear spring Viagra ( stiffeners ) ..
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