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if you have 15's now yes, if you have anti-lock brakes no.
 

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Damn that's cheap, now ya got me thinkin..........
 

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I've got stock 15's w/31x10.50's on my '98 reg cab right now. (no ABS btw)... will they fit? how long are u willing to hold on to them, i might be in PA the third week in April.
 

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Sry, my mistake... I thought it was you selling the set of rims, not somethin i could order myself... thanks for the tip, thats a great price. Still wonderin if they'll fit my truck...
 

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Eztrog88 said:
Sry, my mistake... I thought it was you selling the set of rims, not somethin i could order myself... thanks for the tip, thats a great price. Still wonderin if they'll fit my truck...
I have a 97 non-abs. they fit and look great. BTW they drop ship so it will be cheap to deliver too. They stick out about 1 inch past my non-fender flared truck, it really makes my taco with 3 inches lift and 31 look mean, even though it is pretty much stock. My buddy has a 98 trd with the flare, 32x15's and stock rims and mine looks just as ripped. I built both trucks, and I reap the benifits of stock gas milage and power.
 

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can you read?

new set of rims from ron's, trd, non-trd, w/o abs only.

ABS bad

non-ABS good.

TRD, no friggin difference.
 

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Doc_Sausage said:
can you read?

new set of rims from ron's, trd, non-trd, w/o abs only.

ABS bad

non-ABS good.

TRD, no friggin difference.
I just wanted to make sure they fit 2002....MY truck originally came with 16's. I wanted to know if I would have to make any mods to the brake caliper to make them fit. I have heard of other having to grind down the caliper.
Thanks
 

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I love those wheels, but my wife won't let me get them right now.

Anybody know a good divorce lawyer. ;)
 

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Wow I love those rims... perfect set :) If i had some cash I would go for that. Do they come in black at all or am i going to be off to the powder coater? Its just so hard to cover up a nice shiny surface like that, heh. I love the glossy black look though.
 

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If you look at the site, you can buy them in 16 inch too. I think that will take care of the ABS problem. Am i right? I have 03 DC, really like the look of this one too, But does anyone know will it be a problem if I get a 16x8 for my truck?
My factory is 16x7 I think.
 

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Im not sure what kind of a deal we could get on the 16's but mabe we can get a few people to buy some at the same time to save cash. Basically a group buy. Im going to be buying some soon and peko if you can wait a few days we can see if anyone else is interested. So let me know if anyone else would be interested any doing this. Im going to make a post over to the Custom tacos site as well. I can call them up and get a price if there is any interest.
 

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Yes, White taco302. but i want 1 inch wider. Instead the factory size as 16x7 I want them in 16x8. is that extra inch wide going to be a problem? My truck is stock, not lifted.

By increasing 1 inch wide it will give a better look and more aggresive look.
 

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Ok, newbs, repeat as I say.

Any stock 15" rim on your taco that came on there from factory, MEANS that a 15" pro comp will fit. Doesn't matter year, doesn't matter 4wd or not, doesn't matter anything! As long as your truck came stock with 15's, they will fit.

If your truck came with ABS or with 16" stock rims, these will not fit without some grinding to the caliper. How to fix this? Get bigger diameter rims, they do make them.

Peko, you need to look at the offset, moreover than the rim width. You also need to look at the backspacing. That will determine how far it will stick out. Backspacing is from the rear of the rim, to the inside lip if the rim. Offset is how far + or - it is from the center of the rim, and rim width is rim width.

Now on with the rims.
 

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I do, I'll post it tomorrow when I get them on photobucket.
 
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