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Old 11-18-2010, 07:10 AM   #1
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Will 16 Inch Steel Rims Fit?

I'm sure the answer is in this forum somewhere, but I got tired of searching. Can anyone please tell me if 16" steel rims will fit my 08 DC TRD Sport 4X4? I'm looking to put on snow tires.
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Old 11-18-2010, 07:40 AM   #4
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yes i run my snow tires on 16 inch steel rims...they fit
edit: as long as you are talking a 6 lug steel rim...
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Old 11-18-2010, 07:57 AM   #5
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There are some brands 16" rims that rub on the caliper on the 2nd gen tacomas. What brand of wheel in particular are you looking at.
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Wheelers sells some cheap ones that will fit.

http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomawheels.htm
Thanks for the info, but I live in Canada was hoping to get someting locally. Wheelers Off road ships by UPS and they have rediculous customs brokerage charges.

I ordered 17 " rims here in Canada, and they cost $92. I can still cancel the oreder and switch to 16". Maybe I'll just stick with the 17" wheels and be safe.

You guys in the States are sure lucky with the much better pricing on just about everything. You also have a lot more to choose from.
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Folks are selling stock 16" steelies here and TN all the time....$100 for 4 usually, and those are brand new.
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Old 11-18-2010, 12:58 PM   #10
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Folks are selling stock 16" steelies here and TN all the time....$100 for 4 usually, and those are brand new.
well if anyone here is trying to get rid of a set for $100 give me a shout. i'd also like to see what these steelies look like on someone's truck if anyone has a pic
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I basically want to know the same thing. Will any of the Black Rock 16x8 wheels fit on a TRD Sport? I was looking at the Black Rock Dune Series 941 Specifically, but any of them night be worth it if they'll fit. I'll I can find is ppl saying the M8 style ones won't, but haven't heard anything on the D's. Anyone???
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I know this is an old thread but I am looking to get some 16 x 8 steel wheels from wheelers offroad. The site talks about the difference from type A and B, which Im not sure which I will need. I'd like to put Blizzacs on them, guessing 245/75R16. Will I be ok with the A or does the B give an advantage with these tires? Thanks.
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I know this is an old thread but I am looking to get some 16 x 8 steel wheels from wheelers offroad. The site talks about the difference from type A and B, which Im not sure which I will need. I'd like to put Blizzacs on them, guessing 245/75R16. Will I be ok with the A or does the B give an advantage with these tires? Thanks.
You'll want the type A
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well if anyone here is trying to get rid of a set for $100 give me a shout. i'd also like to see what these steelies look like on someone's truck if anyone has a pic
Not for sale, but you can see my 2nd Gen with stock steelies in my build thread. Sig pic is link to build thread.
I use them for commuting with the stock 245/75/16 Dungflops.
And have 255/85/16 BFG KM2s on 1st Gen TRDs for wheeling.
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Thanks for the info. Gonna get the type A wheels.
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Thanks for the info. Gonna get the type A wheels.
I have the type A. They look and fit great. I am running 265/75/r16. A little trimming was needed, cause they just barely rubbed on the outside of the front of the front black plastic Wheel well liners. If you go 245 they probably won't touch at all.
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I have Wheeler's type B. They fit perfect.
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well if anyone here is trying to get rid of a set for $100 give me a shout. i'd also like to see what these steelies look like on someone's truck if anyone has a pic

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Not for sale, but you can see my 2nd Gen with stock steelies in my build thread. Sig pic is link to build thread.
I use them for commuting with the stock 245/75/16 Dungflops.
And have 255/85/16 BFG KM2s on 1st Gen TRDs for wheeling.
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