What Fits a Toyota Tacoma?
November 20, 2020
We are writing this for you so that you can save time when looking for parts for your Toyota Tacoma. We have our gallery which makes it super easy to figure out fitment, but in this blog, we are going to be covering the main 2 suspension systems with the aftermarket wheels, and tires people seem to be putting on their Tacomas.
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With a leveling kit, many people seem to be running a 275/ 65 or 285/70 tire, with a 0 offset wheel. This is usually with no trimming or very minor trimming, we understand you may not want to cut up your rig. These are just the most common that we are seeing, and it may be a good place for you to start with your build if you're thinking about a leveling kit.
You can do pretty much any diameter you please as long as they fit within these other fitment standards we are explaining here. This is common for your off-road setup and the most popular leveling kit is by BDS.
This rig is running the Fifteen52 Offroad Turbomac HD in a 17x8.5” size with a 0 offset. Right now select Fifteen52 wheels are 25% off as part of our month-long Black Friday deals.
Since 1996 Fifteen52 has been creating unique wheels for the modern-day consumer. Based out of Los Angeles, California. Their undying love for all things automotive drives them to create unmistakable wheel designs. No one wants to look the same as everyone else and Fifteen52 aims to make sure that never happens.
The Turbomac HD is a one-piece, alloy wheel with a 5-spoke design, exposed lug nuts, and a simulated beadlock. It is seen here in the satin black finish, but it is also available in a matte bronze finish option too. This exact wheel will cost you only $828.
The owner has 17x8.5” Nitto Ridge Grapplers on this build.
Founded in 1949 for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Nitto made a name for themselves by creating tires in the sizes and styles that no one else would ever dare to do. They believe that every type of automotive enthusiast deserves the perfect tire for their use and it should be designed perfectly for it. No matter what you use your vehicle for, do it the best with Nitto tires.
The Ridge Grappler is the best of both worlds, with mud-terrain aggressive looks, and all-terrain performance. This makes for the perfect everyday tire for those looking to take their vehicle off-roads on the weekends and to work on the weekdays. The Ridge Grappler has a tough exterior and a design made for traction no matter where you are driving. This tire will cost you only $968 for a set.
The suspension system seen here is the Rough Country 2-inch leveling kit. They have no rubbing.
Rough Country Suspension Systems has always offered an affordable way to lift your truck, SUV, or Jeep. With lift kits for almost any make/model vehicle, you can find something to lift your rig on a budget!
Read more about Rough Country here.
For a 4-inch lift, we are finding that a lot of people are running a 12-12.5-wide and a 33-inch tire. This will probably require you to do some cutting for this look.
This again is great for an off-road setup as it will give you more ground clearance. Most people with the 4-inch lift will want a wider stance as well. The most popular brand for a 4-inch lift is ReadyLift.
This rig has 18x9” -12 offset Fuel Hostage Wheels in the black finish.
Founded in 2009 by MHT Alloys, Fuel Wheels is one of the most entrusted names in the rig off-road wheels market. For years, Fuel has been capturing the off-road enthusiast with its designs and advances in wheels. If you’re looking for off-road inspired wheels, look no further than Fuel Off-Road wheels.
The Fuel Hostage is a clean wheel with hex bolt details along with rivets on the lip of the wheel. It has an 8 split-spoke design with a stylized center cap and covered lug nuts. This is a one-piece, alloy wheel that is available in a variety of sizes and offsets. It comes in black, and chrome finishes.
This wheel will only cost you $1,080.
The tire here is the Toyo Tires Open Country M/T in a 33x12.5” size.
Toyo Tires has been around since 1945 and sits as one of the top tire manufacturers in the world. With a variety of styles and functions, Toyo offers everything from street tires to mud tires. Toyo's Open Country line up has been a popular choice for rigs, SUVs, and Jeeps. The Open Country line up offers All Terrain, Commercial Grade, Rugged Terrain, and Maximum Traction Mud tires.
This set of tires will be only $1,452.
This rig has a 4-inch lift by BDS. They didn’t have to do any trimming and they have no rubbing.
BDS Suspension offers high-quality suspension kits made right here in the USA. Owned by Fox Shocks, BDS has many options and add-on's to offer suspension systems for applications ranging from just looking good all the way to full coilover setups for off-roading.
This lift costs only $1,824.