Fuel Anza with Toyo Open Country ATs

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Fuel Anza Wheels & Toyo Open Country AT 2 – 5th Gen 4Runner

Aftermarket 5th Gen 4Runner Wheels - Fuel Anza Bronze 17"

Fuel Anza Bronze 17×9 (-6) Wheels with 285/75r17 Toyo Open Country AT 2 Tires

Well, I finally got to see them in person. Quite amazing.

What I like most is that I have not seen one 4Runner with these wheels. I have seen a few Tacomas with the Bronze Anza wheels and they look pretty epic.

I don’t know what else to say except that I am super stoked to see these get mounted. Our Icon Stage 2 came in today as well and we should be heading into the Snail Trail 4×4 shop to do that Install this coming weekend. If all goes as expected (which is never does), we should have our Stage 2 on this weekend and then our wheels and tires should be mounted next week.

Please excuse the images, they were taken with the iPhone today. I couldn’t resist getting some shots in. Much more to come and final shots on the Trail are in our near future.

Wheel Specs

  • Size: 17X8.50
  • Bolt Pattern: 6×5.5
  • Bore: 108
  • Offset: -6
  • Backspace: 4.500
  • Weight: 25
  • Lip: 2.68

Tire Specs

  • 285/75R17

Anything above 285/70R17 will more than likely cause you a world of trimming scenarios. That is really the only bad advice portion. If you want to run 285/75R17s, go for it.

Just be prepared to trim multiple areas of your 4Runner from here on out. Also, be prepared to explain to a potential buyer why your body, valance caps, and fenders are chopped up a little bit.

Just do it at your own risk. I will post some follow up shots of the 4Runner in its current state when I get a chance.

Toyo Open Country AT ii - 285/75-17 Toyo Open Country AT ii - 285/75-17  

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  • Logan Gonzales
    Reply

    Do i need to put a lift or leveling kit on my 4runner to fit these tires?

  • Bob
    Reply

    Hi Brenan
    Have you had any rubbing/ clearance issues while offroading? If so what measures were necessary to alleviate? On the Icon stage 2 did you run the 2″ or 3″ on the rear? Lifting my 18′ T4R Offroad in the next few weeks. Doing my research. Thanks, Bob in AZ.

    • Brenan - Trail4R
      Reply

      Bob, we did have clearance and rubbing issues after the 285/75R17s. Originally went with 2″ springs from stage 2 and switched to the overland 3″ springs. We added shims to the front to max out at 4.5(ish)” in the front and 3″ in the back. Depending on how hard you want to push it, lift it, wheel it, etc. will depend on what steps you want to take. 285/70R17 tires will be fine with stage 2. 285/75R17 is going to cause some issues, especially after adding wheel spacers. I’ve trimmed multiple areas of the 4Runner and we still have rubbing at flex and clocked. I need to go through once more and trim. Fiberglass fenders among other things are probably next for us with the 285/75R17s.

      • Bob
        Reply

        Brenan,
        Appreciate the detailed SPEEDY reply!
        This sheds ample amount of light on the questions I had…

        1 more…did you have to extend the brakelines with the additional heigth added, (3″ rear spring and 2 spacers up front?)

        Thank you again for the reply! I’m stoked to get ours started!

        Bob in AZ

  • fernando perez
    Reply

    if i wanted to run some tires like these without adding anything aftermarket atm whats the biggest size you would recomend

    • Brenan - Trail4R
      Reply

      If you are running everything stock, I would stay at or near the same size. The factory tires are 265/70R17, I think. I wouldn’t go above 275/70R17s.

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