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what bolt pattern are the 1990 toyota pickup 2wd 2.4 pickup be? what offset rim could i get to make the side of the tire sit flush with the outside of my fenders, BTW its got a 4wd front cap,

thanks for the info and any info is welcomed, im getting out of the ATV world and getting more in to the Automobile world, so any info will help
 

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if you are going ofroad 0 offset is straight for a 7 inch rim and any higher width will stick out more with that offset.so if you were going for a higher width you shouldn't have to go more than +20 to get that flush look
 

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its a 2wd street truck, i was thinking about putting 17's and lowering it 3" all around or 3" in the front and putting it even in the ass end...what off set would i need to make the rims set flush in the back? i would reather have them set flush in the nback adn set about 1" in at the front? anyone?
 

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my truck is lowered 3" front and 4" rear.here's my offset and sizes. the first time i ran 18x8(245/45zr-18) with a +40 offset but i had 5mm spacers to bring them out to +35.the second time around i had 16x7 front(+20 offset,205/55zr-16) and 16x8(+20,225/50zr-16).the third time around i had 17x8(235/45zr-17) with a +35 offset and 5mm spacers which brought it down to a +30. you will always experiance some rubbing up front depending on tire size and offset.my best bet is to buy rear wheel drive japanese rims because of their wide array of offset and widths.most front wheel drive BUDGET rims are made with a 17x7 or 7.5 size with a +40 and above offset.if you plan to buy something like this plan to pack some extra cash for some billett adaptors which is okay but you have to check them sometimes and you have to use ACORN OPEN ENDED NUTS when bolting them on to your truck to prevent wheel/tire irritating vibration while driving.the best bet is to get the right offset and be prepared to remove your fenderwalls up front and/or rolling in your fenders
 
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