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275 with -10

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010-2024)' started by jev425, May 22, 2023.

  1. May 22, 2023 at 7:26 PM
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    jev425

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    I have searched(maybe not hard enough) and haven’t been able to find someone with 275 tire with -10 offset. Looking at the scs blaze 10 wheels and curious what others have experienced(rubbing) with 275 with -10 offset

    thanks!
     
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    While I cannot answer your question, I would add that if anyone does answer, what tires they have is relevant as well. some tires run big, some small, some have squared off shoulders, others rounded.
     
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    Kings Suspension SCS 17X9 -10 OS Ridge Grapplers If its chrome....black it out.
    I bought the SCS BR6 wheels with a -10 offset but run a 285's with a lift. I can speak briefly about the fitment of those. The 285's fit but you will need to trim / move / push some plastic out of the way in both the front and back of your wheel well. It was super easy, itll make sense when there on and mounted and you can turn the wheel with a load on them.

    You didnt mention if you have a lift or no lift?
     
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    I do have a 2” front and 1” rear lift.

    With that graph showing the 275 setup sticking out 1.18” further it may be really close to some plastic. I may go for it and assume some small amount of plastic will need to be cut or bent to shape.
     
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    Kings Suspension SCS 17X9 -10 OS Ridge Grapplers If its chrome....black it out.
    Id go for it, you'll will be fine with 285's. I cut maybe 1/4 of an inch off the front inner bumper and I ended up sort of pushing it forward. I definitely didn't need to do both. On the rear side of the wheel well, I could have just taken off the mud flap and been fine. I ended up pushing a little bump inside out on the mud flap itself and that worked instead of removing them. Let me know if that doesn't makes sense.

    I do have a SPC UPC. That may have "bought" be a tad more additional room. Do you have a stock UPC?
     
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    I have dobinsons uppers with the 3° caster built in so that should help. It may be the route I take or go with a 0 offset and do 275, I’ve seen that work for most people with minor or no trimming.
     
  9. May 25, 2023 at 7:45 AM
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    Kings Suspension SCS 17X9 -10 OS Ridge Grapplers If its chrome....black it out.
    Totally your choice. I didnt go with a 0 offset because I figured if Im going to spend all this money and go with custom wheels I wanted them to be inline with the body panels, just my preference. 275's get you a .6 inch taller tire and a 285 adds another .5 inch inch height. I was heavily on the fence like you and Im glad I went with the 285's.

    Ill try and snag a couple of pictures of what and trimmed and tucked this weekend if that helps push you to the bigger size....
     

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