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Any issues with offset on new rims?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by 4runnin Wild, Oct 24, 2018.

  1. Oct 24, 2018 at 9:59 AM
    4runnin Wild

    4runnin Wild [OP] New Member

    Oct 24, 2018
    2013 4Runner Limited
    I recently purchased a 2013 4Runner Limited and am looking to purchase the Matte Black TRD rims.
    I believe the offset of my tire is 15mm and the ones I’m looking at are 4mm. Has anyone changed those rims or have any info that can help?
    Last edited: Oct 24, 2018
  2. Oct 24, 2018 at 12:21 PM

    waydago From a 3rd Gen Taco to a 5th Gen 4R

    Nov 8, 2017
    First Name:
    Jensen Beach, FL
    Former: ‘16 Taco TRD OR; Current: '18 4R TRD Off Road Premium with KDSS
    Pro Wheels, Toyo Open Country AT IIs, Predator Pro steps, Vent and hood shields, Rigid Radiance, Aux DRL LEDs in grille, Husky Floor Liners, NoxLux blackouts.

    I had the TRD Pro rims on my ‘18 TRD Off Road. The 4mm offset was perfect with just about the right offset to not creep out beyond the wheel wells. Hate that. I believe the offset of the stock rims that year was 11mm for mine. It makes a good looking stance IMO. The Pro rims are 17 inch so stick with the tire size that matches what your year would have come with in a 17 inch rim. The Limited may be 18 inch stock so you will have to adjust your tire size to avoid errors in speedometer and odometer if that matters to you.
    Check this link: 4753256B-3E9C-44B2-81D2-2636DE4F1B34.jpg
  3. Nov 7, 2018 at 4:28 AM

    dowdib New Member

    Nov 7, 2018
    Stock width on limited is 245 with 15 offset. The same tire in 17 is 245/75/R17, however lots of people are going with stock size on other models 265/60/R17. But a tire that is inch wider combined with plus 4 offset on TRD rims will rub without removing mud flaps or trimmjbg
    SlvrSlug and Bob like this.

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