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Old 08-15-2011, 05:27 AM   #1
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Stock Off Road Wheel Weight

I wanted to post this information mostly for search purposes b/c the only other weight posted (that I found) on the site did not come even close to what I had. So dont mind the extra wording here. I'm trying to cover everything someone would use to search for the info.
So the stock tacoma 4x4 oem off road OR wheel rim weighs 22.2-22.4 pounds. It fluctuated between these two numbers on my scale. Pic for proof

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Good Info! Thanks, because I lost about 2 mpg when I changed tires from the stock BFG rugged trail to the BFG AT because of the additional weight (200lbs). So when I upgrade rims I can compare the differences.
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good info. i will also use when i get new wheels and tires.
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Good Info! Thanks, because I lost about 2 mpg when I changed tires from the stock BFG rugged trail to the BFG AT because of the additional weight (200lbs). So when I upgrade rims I can compare the differences.
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good info. i will also use when i get new wheels and tires.
Glad it helps!
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Finally! i've been looking for this!

seeing as how our wheels are already pretty light. anybody found anything lighter besides those konig countersteers?
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Anyone know how much 1st gen trd wheels weigh?
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Whiskey; The MT classic IIs were fluctuating between 19.4 and 19.6 w/o center caps (which were probably only a few more ounces).
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Whiskey; The MT classic IIs were fluctuating between 19.4 and 19.6 w/o center caps (which were probably only a few more ounces).
sweet, I was actually looking at getting those. Those MT were listed at like 24 pounds our something

EDIT: Any issues with the MT fitment? truck looks awesome with them btw
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sweet, I was actually looking at getting those. Those MT were listed at like 24 pounds our something

EDIT: Any issues with the MT fitment? truck looks awesome with them btw

THanks man. No fitment issues at all. They're perfect. The only thing was an issue was w/ the wheel weights when applied to the inner section of the barrel for balancing. They were hitting the caliper, so the shop had to use the hammer on weights on the inside to avoid that. Stick on weights on the outside portion were fine though.
And the only thing I can think of w/ the published weight vs what I weighed them, is the rim size they used for advertising. If they used a different width/specs than what I have, that may have made up the difference.
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Thanks for posting, very helpful piece of info!
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Thanks for posting, very helpful piece of info!
No prob! Can never have too much information!
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I was looking for this info as well. Thanks. I read on a different post that they were 25lbs. They must of rounded up. I'm definitely looking for something lighter than my OEM rims.
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I was looking for this info as well. Thanks. I read on a different post that they were 25lbs. They must of rounded up. I'm definitely looking for something lighter than my OEM rims.
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