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Master "Yota"
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Here's the lowdown. I have an 05 Tacoma and want to put my 16inch M/T Classic II's that I had on my 02 on it. Now I know the 05's front brakes are bigger (12.56 inch) but was told by guy at "tundra solutions" that Classics wouldn't fit because there is not enough offset in them and they will hit the caliper. He apparently tried to fit a set of 16's with 0.0mm offset. How does offset effect if the rim will fit or not? I would go test fit mine but it's too F*&?ing cold out and theres about two inch's of snow on the ground. My Classic II rims are 16x8 with 3 5/8 B.S and -25.0 mm offset.
Do you guys think they'll fit or will I have to sell them?
Thanks for any help!!
 

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mudferret said:
Offset and backspacing doesn't really mean shit in the end, it's all about the shape of the backside of the wheel.
So was this guy just guessing that mine wouldn't fit or am I to assume that because his with zero offset didn't fit, mine won't either. I've seen these rims (16inch) on trucks with 13 inch brakes and was puzzled as to why the wouldn't fit on mine. I guess I'll just have to try and test fit them. If they don't fit I'll have a set of classic II's for sale soon if anyone is interested. ;)
 
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