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That's awesome! Do you mind sharing some details on your set up?

Looks great! Love those methods!

 

just a simple setup:

 

4.5" lift

35" Toyos

17x8.5 Methods

Fox 2.5 front coils

Fox 2.0 rear shocks (not installed)

BDS glide leafs (not installed)

Cognito UCA (not installed)

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Mounted!

 

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18-inch Method Mesh wheels, 275/70/18 BFG All Terrain tires, and a 2.5-inch RC level (front only). Zero rubbing, zero road noise, nice traction on and off road, and no wobbly street feel. Very happy with the setup so far.

 

what offset?

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what offset?

They're 18" Methods... do they are a +18 offset

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They're 18" Methods... do they are a +18 offset

They have 3 offsets in the 18, +18, 0, and -12

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in the 6x5.5 bolt pattern they only have +18 and -12 for those particular wheels.
My mistake on that.

But those are +18 for sure. The -12 stick out way more than that.

Edited by tyrich88

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in the 6x5.5 bolt pattern they only have +18 and -12 for those particular wheels.

My mistake on that.

 

But those are +18 for sure. The -12 stick out way more than that.

 

I got yeah, was thinking they were 0 just by looking. Didnt know they didnt have 0 in 18.

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So here she is.

3 inch level

20x9 +1 fuel.couplers

Toyo at2 ext 285/55/20

 

Curious on what tire pressure I should run. Currently at 36 all around...also what is a good cheap tpms reset tool

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Supersierra,

Is there a way to see what tpms they are compatible with. Got the wheels at custom offsets and the put in uvs3011 sensors. Just want to make sure they will match up

 

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Supersierra,

Is there a way to see what tpms they are compatible with. Got the wheels at custom offsets and the put in uvs3011 sensors. Just want to make sure they will match up

 

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I wouldn't see why not, if you told the shop what vehicle the tpms are going on. I personally would message the seller of the scanner and just ask to make sure.

 

 

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I wouldn't see why not, if you told the shop what vehicle the tpms are going on. I personally would message the seller of the scanner and just ask to make sure.

 

 

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K I just looked. Looks like the sensors included work off of 315 MHz. On Amazon the description says 315 and 433 MHz so I'll assume it should be good. Thanks bud

 

 

Edited due to I had put the wrong frequency. Now they are correct

 

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K I just looked. Looks like the sensors included work off of 315 MHz. On Amazon the description says 325 and 422 MHz so I'll assume it should be good. Thanks bud

 

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Don't worry about it man, I need to order the same one for myself I bought new tpms and have yet to put them in.

 

 

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Don't worry about man, I need to order the same one for myself I bought new tpms and have yet to put them in.

 

 

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Fixed my previous post. I put in the wrong freqs. Edited the post for the correct freqs

 

But any advice on tire pressure to use on the at2's? At 36 now

 

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So here she is.

3 inch level

20x9 +1 fuel.couplers

Toyo at2 ext 285/55/20

 

Curious on what tire pressure I should run. Currently at 36 all around...also what is a good cheap tpms reset tool

 

 

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Truck looks real good man! How you liking your Toyos?

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