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33s on stock 4runner

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Yevgen, May 4, 2022.

  1. May 4, 2022 at 11:14 PM
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    Yevgen

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    Hey, I’m wondering if 33s will fit on stock rims and how the fitment will be, especially for off-roading, since the 2021 has a 2 inch lift with the fox suspension
     
  2. May 5, 2022 at 4:52 AM
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    Jynarik

    Jynarik I like boobies

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    Ugh. No.
     
  3. May 5, 2022 at 8:41 AM
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    LandCruiser

    LandCruiser I have Toyotas

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    It takes a lot of effort to get to 285/70/R17 to fit if you’re really being honest about the tires rubbing during full steering lock and articulation.

    A lot of the people running big ass tires with no lift claiming no rubbing are not being honest about it.
     
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    I’m sure they’ll fit. Will they be functional? Ehh.
     
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    Search, 285 70 17 fit fine on pros

    Below is a picture of my sr5p with stock suspension and 285 70 17, yeah it rubbed but mainly because I had to put -12 offset wheels on it. So on stock offset pro wheels you'll be fine, only advice to you is to get sl rated tires, unless you think you need erated tires and wanna kill mpg and performance

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    LandCruiser

    LandCruiser I have Toyotas

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    All of this is untrue.

    I have ungodly clearance and it’s still rubs a bit with the body mount chop because there is nothing from an engineering standpoint you can do to get over the fact that the frame intrudes on the wheel well.
     
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    I beg to differ, op you'll be fine.

    If your still rubbing with a bmc, maybe you should chopped it harder, you can chop and trim all you want if you don't do it right you'll always rub. Or maybe you should of got uca?
     
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    I have stock size wildpeaks and wheel more than 85 percent of 4runner owners and I never had an issue with size. Pro wheels will definitely rub more than off road wheels. I had 33s on my 1st gen tacoma and honestly it's the same shit, you'll get worse milage with 33s and more strain on your drive train and you'll be hacking up your newer rig but it's your rig at the end of the day
     
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    LandCruiser I have Toyotas

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    Aftermarket UCA, wheels pushed all the way to the front. All you have to do it is turn wheels to lock and roll over something taller than 8-10” and yours will rub too.
     
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    Yes I do rub, but only very slightly and thats only because I have -12 offset and run spridertrax. But I didn't rub without spacers. Also let's get back on topic.

    The op has a trd pro, 17x7 +4 offset. It won't rub :) if it does trim. Just make sure your trim/chop/beat/cut enough, in fact make it more then enough, if your going to do it, do it once.

    Landcruiser- i don't know why yours rubs after your bmc. Only thing I can think of is you just didn't cut enough off.This is what my bmc looks like sorry for the horrible picture.. only thing my tire comes close to rubbing is the pinch weld area. But I pushed that back enough it clears under full flex, which isn't alot since I'm still running a front sway bar

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    With how long these vehicles have been out I can’t believe how much misinformation there is on this subject.

    OP - 33’s will absolutely fit stock IF you don’t run wheel spacers. Stock trd off-road and trd pro wheels both fit 33s with the front fender mod done. Your pro comes from the factory with a variation of this mod done already.

    Source - I’m running 285/70r17 on stock wheels on my MY22. Full stuff and full locked forward and reverse no rub.
     
  12. May 13, 2022 at 7:21 AM
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    glwood54 Stop making me buy stuff!

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    I think if you're trying to convince the rest of the 4R owners that 33s will fit a stock 4R, you need to provide more information on what you're driving than MY22.
     
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  13. May 13, 2022 at 7:27 AM
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    glwood54

    glwood54 Stop making me buy stuff!

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    Are you saying your Pro has an aftermarket 2" lift, or are you under the impression that the Pro stock is 2" lifted over other 4R models just because it's a Pro? (not true)
     
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    Maybe someone in charge can write an article outlining what can and can not be done with non OEM sized tires, wheels, offsets, lifts, leveling kits, etc. This ad nauseum question gets fewer and fewer responses becasue it has been hashed out 2.6 bajillion times already.

    Side note - consider using the search button for all future tire questions?
     
  15. May 13, 2022 at 9:03 AM
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    Completely stock MY22 trd OR with the front liner pushed forward similar to how Pro's come from the factory.
     

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