IMHO, 32x11.50 is a ridiculous tire size. Hardly any ground clearance improvement, and increased fitment issues. I would recommend 33x10.50 (or metric equivalent)... Get the ground clearance and avoid the fitment issues.
i'd like to do the 33s but right now i don't really have the money for a bl to add to a 3" susp lift. i know i could save pennies but i'm tired of looking at a bone stock taco for the last 2 years. i'll crunch my budget some more but i don't think i can afford much.
i wanted to go a little wider than the 10.5 i have now. if i could find 33x11.5 in a 15" wheel i'd probably do it. i really want 33x12.5 but i can't afford it. but i'm willing to settle for 32s. i'll probably wind up getting 882 system from toytec and buying the bl for 33s when the 32s go bald.
The wheeler's offroad 15" wheels fit almost all the late model tacomas, except for a few equipped with VSC (this according to their website). So it's possible to use either metric or standard tire sizes on just about any Tacoma, although I really don't see a consistent price advantage either way.
Midnight Rider, I have a set of 1/2" front spacers that I was running atop my 882s, but it made the front of the truck higher than the rear, so I removed them. Doug sells 'em for $60 a set (TOP1-T, http://www.toyteclifts.com/spacersoffroad.htm ). Make me an offer...you'll neet to get longer studs for your top plate as well, (I lost mine) I'm sure Doug will charge a nominal fee for these. PM me if this sounds appealing. 3/4" of lift relatively cheaply and easily may help you fit the tires you like.
I just put OME 882's on my DC and got close to 4 inches on lift in the front. Even with the ARB and the winch weight thats what it came out too. It's only been on a couple of weeks and hasn't cmopletely settled but thats what I got.......