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Old 04-08-2013, 11:35 AM   #2
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Why won't they work with your aftermarket wheels? I just put some 1" BORA spacers on with aftermarket wheels with no problems.
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Why won't they work with your aftermarket wheels? I just put some 1" BORA spacers on with aftermarket wheels with no problems.
.750" is too small with aftermarket wheels. The stock studs stick out just enough to not sit flush. OEM wheels have a little notch on the inside of the wheel were the studs sit so it's not a problem with stock wheels.
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No, my rear studs stuck past my 1" spacers a little bit too. My wheels did have recesses though. GLWTS! I love my BORA spacers.
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No, my rear studs stuck past my 1" spacers a little bit too. My wheels did have recesses though. GLWTS! I love my BORA spacers.
Yeah I've heard there might be some shaving on the rears. I only need fronts. Want the same as you though. 1" and I'll be happy
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Can anyone confirm these fitting on 1st gen tacos/3rd gen 4runners without a problem? I am running 17" Tundra rims.
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Can anyone confirm these fitting on 1st gen tacos/3rd gen 4runners without a problem? I am running 17" Tundra rims.
If you wheel has pockets between the lug holes like below, then it should fit just fine. I have 07 4Runner wheels on mine and the 2012 4Runner wheels on my 4Runner both have them. I would assume most OEM wheels have them. (Ignore the "beveled center core part. I am referring to the pockets between the lugs)

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