Hate to bug you, but could you get a measurement of how far that gen2 trd lip extends from the wheel arch before meeting with the 2018+ fog grille? The part where it lays flat on the side of the bumper. I put a big crack in my bumper in that same area as yours(much worse though, extends up the bumper about an inch) and was just going to cover it up with the TRD lip. I know the gen1 trd lip will cover it, but looks like the new one has a lot less material overlapping the bumper. The gen1 lip looks way too dated now imoView attachment 61276
Another update ish, I installed TRD skirts, lip, rear diffuser, modified the factory exhaust with functional dual outlets/tips. I updated to 2018+ taillights but I am still in progress for figuring out the turn signal problem (already have LED flasher relay installed without any luck). I’ll likely do another thread once that’s all done to my liking.
Might have some info that could help u out if you're fitment shopping: I ran the same size tire as him for the last 100k miles, although not quite as low(trd springs, I have those same coilovers on another car though), and never once had issues with the rear fender lips. I also had them on ET35 offset instead of his ET45 so you'd think I'd have more of an issue. Camber also nearly zeroed out. I'd typically get some light rub on a bump while turning hard at highway speeds when the tires are brand new, but slowly fades as the tire wears. I've since rolled the fronts and switched from the 245/40r18 to a 235/45r18 and zero issues whatsoever. 245 with 45 offset and nothing lower than the trd springs should give you zero rub without rolling.Off topic: Did you roll your rear fender lips?