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Best lift/suspension match with tire size

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010+)' started by harrisonlr, Feb 8, 2019.

  1. Feb 8, 2019 at 10:01 AM

    harrisonlr [OP] New Member

    Feb 8, 2019
    2016 White 4Runner SR5
    I have a 2016 white 4Runner SR5.. All stock except wheels are 265/70 R17 with the black/red TRD rims.. (trd rims were added by previous owner but the car isn’t the TRD package, just SR5) I want a more beefy look with some height but worried my wheels may look too small? No chance of new wheels anytime soon so I’m debating between Bikstein 5100 at 1.5 on the front to level it out, Toytech 3in Lift, or the Rough country 3in... will adding a lift with my tire size be too odd? Or Stick with just a leveling kit? Mostly highway use with light off-roading.. my previous car was a Jeep wrangler so I’m not really concerned with “improving” the way this car rides as I am satisfied. Simply just looking to add some height without looking dorky with my tire size. Any input or photos matching what I’m going for?

  2. Feb 9, 2019 at 10:28 AM

    MadBum New Member

    Jul 16, 2018
    First Name:
    White 2017 Tacoma DC TRD Off Road
    Leveling Kit, 285 x 65 R18 Cooper Discovery SST Pro tires, Fuel Rims, TRD Pro Grill.
    As far as your rims looking too small, that’s personal preference my friend. I’m a fan of less rim more tire, so in my opinion if you lifted it 3” and threw some 275 85s on there it would look awesome. I just lifted my wife’s limited 3” with those tires and it looks great. I posted a pic of it in the “what have you done to your 4Runner today” thread if you wanna check it out. Not sure what the back spacing is on the TRD pro rims, but you should be able to fit 275s with a 3” lift easily.
    SlvrSlug likes this.

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