I'd consider tires some more if I were you. The ones you were recommended are ~1/2" smaller than stock overall diameter, but not sure what setup you're going for. Also with suspension, the wheels tend to look smaller with the body gap you created with the lift. I'd probably recommend closer to a 285/65R18, but do some more research so you can find what fits your expectations. Not the same size but you can get an idea of poke/inset/size. My post is hereWondering if anyone out there is running a similar or same wheel/tire configuration:
No prob. There are plenty of suggestions. Different strokes for different folks. The configuration program is hosted by many different sites but I found this one to be well laid out and easy to comprehend. Will They Fit dot comYou're very tactful Jamesepoop, thanks for the info. I don't know enough about fitment yet to be calling out options, so back to research. That configurator you posted is awesome.
While mine is a '14, I have the same size tires and same size/offset rims. Prior to my lift, I get rubbing just before the very limit of the steering lock. I have not done a BMC. I have everything for the lift at my house now and hope to get it on this coming weekend. I expect no rubbing based on my calculations but I know a BMC would fix my problem as it sits now. YMMV but I am sure others will confirm or deny.I just want to be clear, according to the great information below. I have a 2007 with 17" factory rims and tires (265/70r17). I found a set of wheels I wanted to put on the factory rubber for now and get 285/70r17 this summer. they are 17" x 9" with a -12 offset. I do have a 3" lift on my FJ already. Will these rims work? thank you for your help in advance.
G'Day,I just want to be clear, according to the great information below. I have a 2007 with 17" factory rims and tires (265/70r17). I found a set of wheels I wanted to put on the factory rubber for now and get 285/70r17 this summer. they are 17" x 9" with a -12 offset. I do have a 3" lift on my FJ already. Will these rims work? thank you for your help in advance.
With wheel spacers, your biggest issue is going to be the body mount. If you haven't chopped it yet, you're going to have to if you go up a tire size. Even if you ditch the spacers, you still might rub the body mount with 285s... it's hit or miss depending on the brand of tire.Hey y'all, I'm sorry if this is redundant. Quick question.
Have: 17" TRD Black wheels and 1.25" spacers on all wheels. Bushwacker pocket fenders.
I want to fill the area more, as it looks empty with the 265/70R17 I have on there now.
Question: Can I go to 285/70R17 or 275/70R17? I think 275 is the max if I'm understanding all the posts on here. Especially with no lift.
Any opinions on the General Grabber ATX tire? I like the red letter walls and the bulk.