KStacoma said:I have a 98 taco 4x4 and am running 15x8 rockcrawlers.
3.75" backspacing. My truck is lifted 3.5" on coilovers. Shaving a mm off a problem area on the caliper isn't anything to tweak about. Just dont take a bench grinder to it.hawaiianbro said:Hey how much backspacing do you have? Is your truck stock height?
i got the 16x8 series 97 rock crawlers...3.75 BS....they fit fine..no problems at all, no grinding...this is on a 2000 TRD 4x4Vondong said:i'm not looking for 15" wheels though. I want the 16x8 size. Can anyone help?
I put on U.S. wheel series 84. I did have to use a 1/4 inch spacer but I didn't have to use longer lug bolts. There was plenty of thread left on them to put on the nuts.ocdp2000 said:yea you will have to run 1/4 inch spacers in the front to clear the calipers. thats only the beginning of the headache. you will also have to swap out your front lug studs and put some longer rear toyota lug studs so you have enough threading to put on a lug nut. its a hassle but if you really want those thats what your going to have to do. i just got wheelers black steelies and bolted them on which was easy and cheap. im positive about this too because i went thru what your doing so save yourself some time and learn from mistakes. thats whats so great about this board and the people on it.
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I think the difference is between the 97 and 98 tacos. I have a 97 and had to use spacers, my buddy has a 98 and the same wheels and did not have to use them on the series 84 I beleive.xxgrumpyxx said:i got the 16x8 series 97 rock crawlers...3.75 BS....they fit fine..no problems at all, no grinding...this is on a 2000 TRD 4x4