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    • Created: 3 years, 8 months ago
    • By bob

    what is the offset for the FJ Cruiser 2015 ...

    what is the offset for the FJ Cruiser 2015 the info on the sheet reads -8-10 is that minus 8 to minus 10

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      • Answered: 3 years, 8 months ago
      • By John

      Hi,bob,yes,-8-10 means minus 8 to minus 10,But according to my data,it should be 10mm

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      • Created: 3 years, 5 months ago
      • By Steven. LaPorte

      Will a 20x10 wheel with a 5" back spacing ...

      Will a 20x10 wheel with a 5" back spacing 6 lug GM truck wheel fit my 2007 FJ cruiser

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        • Created: 2 years, 11 months ago
        • By Louis

        Can I use 19in 5 x120 rim on my ...

        Can I use 19in 5 x120 rim on my fj cruiser

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          • Created: 2 years, 7 months ago
          • By Rod

          I am wanting to put a set of 16" ...

          I am wanting to put a set of 16" rims that are 10" wide with an -25mm offset on my stock 2010 FJ Cruiser. Will those work without altering anything?

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            • Answered: 2 years, 7 months ago
            • By John

            Hi,Rod,The stock rims offset is 10mm,So -25mm is too small.And the stock rims size is 17*8.The width 10'' is too large.Do not suggest that you use it,

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            • Created: 2 years, 6 months ago
            • By Hakan Celik

            Will there be an issue with fitting 17x8 and ...

            Will there be an issue with fitting 17x8 and -13 offset steelies to my fj on stock suspension?

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              • Answered: 2 years, 6 months ago
              • By John

              Hi,Hakan Celik,-13 offset is too low for your car.Do not suggest that you use it,It may cause the wheel rub the brake

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              • Created: 2 years, 6 months ago
              • By shady elemary

              i want to put 305/70/r16x7.5 ET15 tires to my ...

              i want to put 305/70/r16x7.5 ET15 tires to my 2008 stock fj. should i change the rim offset and if so what is the best choice?

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                • Answered: 1 year, 6 months ago
                • By Athena Podolak

                0" offset with backspace 4.5 will work ONLY if your truck was stocked with 16" If your truck came stock with the 17" a 16 won't fit over the caliper....just made that mistake. 2008 base models have two different rim/caliper combos :)

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                • Created: 2 years, 6 months ago
                • By Lindsay

                Will this size wheel fit my FJ Cruiser with ...

                Will this size wheel fit my FJ Cruiser with no problem?
                17x8 6x5.5 10mm (195-7883U)
                Thanks!

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                  • Answered: 2 years, 6 months ago
                  • By John

                  Hi,Lindsay,Yes,it can fit for.

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                  • Created: 1 year, 3 months ago
                  • By Shahin

                  I have 2010 to cruiser, stock rims (16 inch) ...

                  I have 2010 to cruiser, stock rims (16 inch) . I have done the BMC and lifted the truck 3 inch with Old man Emu lift. The upper control arm are stock. I was wondering if I can fit 295/75/16 tire on my stock rims. Would it fit or I get running issue around my upper control arms? Thank you

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                    • Created: 1 year ago
                    • By Gaden

                    I have a 2007 GJ cruiser with 285/70/R16 tires ...

                    I have a 2007 GJ cruiser with 285/70/R16 tires on stock rims it has a level / lift kit in it of 2 inches in back and I think 3 in front. Question: is it possible to remove the lift kit back to stock height and keep the tires? In other words is it possible to have the size tire on the step if JR cruiser. Thanks

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                      • Answered: 1 year ago
                      • By john

                      Hi, Gaden,can you show your stock tire size ?The tires size you when you brought.I can use tire calculator to compare these two tires and confirm it for you.

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                      • Created: 1 year ago
                      • By Gaden

                      Sorry for typo...I’m asking is it possible to keep ...

                      Sorry for typo...I’m asking is it possible to keep the tire size 285/70/R16 on a stock 2007 FJ cruiser or will the tires be too big? Thanks

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                        • Answered: 1 year ago
                        • By john

                        Hi,Gaden,What your current tire size?

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                        • Answered: 6 months, 4 weeks ago
                        • By Tim

                        I have 285 70 17s on my stock 2007 FJ and they fit fine with no rubbing, even when offroading.

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                        • Created: 1 year ago
                        • By mark

                        2007 fj 3 inch lift, wanting to put 16" ...

                        2007 fj 3 inch lift, wanting to put 16" rims and 265 tires on. wanting to stick out 2 inches to get a wider stance. what offset and back spacing would be used for rim? and/or to get any wider stance? thank you!

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                          • Created: 11 months ago
                          • By Tyson c Frenzel

                          I am running 285/70 r Goodyear fierce attitude tires ...

                          I am running 285/70 r Goodyear fierce attitude tires with no problem. I want to change to 285/55 r20 with 20x9rims.. What offset should I be looking for.. No lift kit. and non TRD version.

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                            • Answered: 11 months ago
                            • By john

                            Hi. Tyson c Frenzel.What the year of your car?Normally,The offset is 15mm for 20'' rims

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                            • Created: 9 months ago
                            • By Rod

                            I have a 2015 FJ cruiser and i want ...

                            I have a 2015 FJ cruiser and i want to put 285/70/17 muddies. I have no lift kit. What size wheels will work and do i need an offset to the wheels ?

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                              • Answered: 9 months ago
                              • By John

                              Hi,Rod,The stock wheel size for your car is 7.5Jx17 ET15,bolt pattern is 6*139.7.Stock tire size is 265/70/17.So,285/70/17 is not compatible with the stock tire size,May be you can change to another one.And if you find a 17'' compatible tires,like 285 width,You can try 17*8.0/17*8.5 rims.

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                              • Created: 8 months, 2 weeks ago
                              • By Jeremy

                              I have a 2011 Trail Team currently with 285/75/R16 ...

                              I have a 2011 Trail Team currently with 285/75/R16 (TRD wheels) with an icon lift and BMC. I was looking into these rims for my FJ. https://www.discounttiredirect.com/buy-wheels/xd-series-xd-801-crank/p/58156

                              and plan on fitting them with 285/70/R17 tires.

                              Will this work? I am hoping for a wider more aggressive stance as well without having to use spacers.

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                                • Answered: 8 months, 2 weeks ago
                                • By John

                                Hi, Jeremy,For tires,It is compatible with your current tire.For rims of link,the offset is little too low.The stock rims offset is 15mm.You may use spacers.

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                                • Created: 7 months, 3 weeks ago
                                • By Andy

                                Hi! Can I use a 17inch rims 12 J ...

                                Hi! Can I use a 17inch rims 12 J with offset ET-80, and with tire 285/ 70/ 17 on my FJ, with no lift? Thanks in advance.

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                                  • Answered: 7 months, 3 weeks ago
                                  • By John

                                  Hi,Andy,The offset -80 is not a normal data,You'd better confirm again.

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                                  • Created: 7 months, 3 weeks ago
                                  • By Adam

                                  Hello I want to find out if I can ...

                                  Hello I want to find out if I can put 17x7 with 15mm offset from an sr5 Toyota on my fj cruiser with 17x8 with 10

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                                    • Answered: 7 months, 2 weeks ago
                                    • By John

                                    Hi,Adam,What the car year of that fj cruiser?

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                                    • Created: 6 months, 2 weeks ago
                                    • By Yoshikuni Ikeda

                                    Hi, can I put 305/50 R20 with 20x10 -28mm ...

                                    Hi, can I put 305/50 R20 with 20x10 -28mm offset? I did body chop already

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                                      • Answered: 6 months, 2 weeks ago
                                      • By John

                                      Hi,Yoshikuni Ikeda,What your current tire and wheel size?I can help you confirm it.

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                                      • Created: 5 months, 3 weeks ago
                                      • By Todd weston

                                      Hi I have just purchased a 2012 Fj with ...

                                      Hi
                                      I have just purchased a 2012 Fj with 275/60/20 not sure if it’s been lifted .
                                      The front tyres rub on the upper control arm on full turn ,but not only that when wheels are straight they are so close to the control arm is this dangerous ?
                                      Regards
                                      Todd

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                                        • Answered: 5 months, 3 weeks ago
                                        • By John

                                        Hi,Todd weston,Normally,if wheels are compatible,it is safe.So,you can show your old tire size,I can help you confirm it with your new ones

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                                        • Created: 2 months, 3 weeks ago
                                        • By Brenon

                                        I have a 2007 FJC and about to install ...

                                        I have a 2007 FJC and about to install the icon stage 7, my stock wheels are the TRD 265/ 75r16".

                                        *I'd like to delete the fender flares and up my tire size only, I'm hoping to fit a 295/85r16" or 1 size bigger on my stock rims.

                                        Will a wider tire fit my stock rims and can I ignore any kind of spacer add-ons?

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                                          • Answered: 2 months, 3 weeks ago
                                          • By Brenon

                                          The 295/ 75r 16" will fit perfectly but will the 295/ 85r16" still work if my rim is 7.5 not 8.5?

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                                            • Answered: 2 months, 3 weeks ago
                                            • By John

                                            Hi,Brenon, there does not exist 295/85/16, the max is 295/80/16, and it is not compatibles

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                                          • Created: 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                                          • By ashok

                                          i have 2010 FJ can tyre fitted on my ...

                                          i have 2010 FJ can tyre fitted on my car is 265/75/16
                                          tyre shop recommended 275/70/16 , kindly suggest if it is ok

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                                            • Answered: 2 weeks, 4 days ago
                                            • By john

                                            Hi,ashok ,thes two tires are compatible,you can try it.

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                                            • Created: 1 week, 3 days ago
                                            • By Ed Rogers

                                            I have a 2009 FJ Cruiser with stock 17" ...

                                            I have a 2009 FJ Cruiser with stock 17" wheels and I am looking to replace them with aftermarket wheels, but I have a couple of questions.
                                            First, will 17x9 inch wheels fit with my current 265x70x17 tires?
                                            Second, what offset do I need to get in order to clear all the components without any grinding or rubbing on the inner wheel wells?

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                                              • Answered: 1 week, 3 days ago
                                              • By john

                                              Hi,Ed Rogers.1.yes,you can use 17*9 for your current tire size.2.the stock wheel offset is 15mm for 17''

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                                              • Created: 2 days, 5 hours ago
                                              • By Grant K

                                              I've got a stock 2007 FJ Cruiser that's running ...

                                              I've got a stock 2007 FJ Cruiser that's running the basic 17x8 rim with a typical 265/70/17 tire on it, no spacers and no lift. I'm wanting to give it a wider, more aggressive stance/look. I was wondering if you'd be able to suggest a wheel/tire size that I'd be able to upgrade to under the stock FJ size

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                                                • Answered: 2 days, 3 hours ago
                                                • By john

                                                Hi,Grant K,For 8'' rims width,Normally,the biggest tire width is 245mm,And 265mm is for 9'' rims width,Now you have 265mm on 8'' width rims,I do not suggest that you take more widder tires for your car under 8'' rims width.If you want more wider,you can use 8.5'' or 9'' width rims.

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                                                  • Answered: 2 days, 1 hour ago
                                                  • By Grant K

                                                  The rim may very well be a 17x9, they are customs and came when I bought the vehicle, but I don’t like them and was looking to upgrade. I was planning on keeping the 265/70/17s though.

                                                  So I guess a better question would be, with a stock FJC, what margin of offset should I be looking at for a 17x9 rim to give it a wider stance?

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