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Old 09-10-2008, 06:59 PM   #1
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Has anyone put the stock wheels off an FJ on a Taco?

Hey guys I just wanted to know if anyone has tried putting the wheels off a FJ on a Taco. From everything I am reading they should fit. I think they would look good.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:04 PM   #2
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Someone here has them. I think any six-lug toyota wheel will fit the Tacoma.
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I have the TRD FJ rims I gotts get the pics up! yeah they look awesome, better than any aftermarket ones I looked at.
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Thanks JoeDirt, Yeah I am sure the bolt pattern is the same. I was just wondering if I was missing something because I have not seen any. The only difference I have found is that the stock 16 Taco alloy is 7" wide and the FJ is 17 by 7.5. I do not want a lift I just hate the stock alloys and figure I will get some Nitto's to wrap them with.
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heres what they look like...
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Hell yeah, Those are the stock tires too right? Thanks for the pic man.
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Hell yeah, Those are the stock tires too right? Thanks for the pic man.
you got it. 265 75 bfgs. The TRD fjs come with them, toyota should get their act together and offer them to us too. glad you like them, I got mine for a steal on ebay!
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thanks man, she models and total girly chick, never had done any cool stuff like off roadn before now she loves it!
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Hey guys I just wanted to know if anyone has tried putting the wheels off a FJ on a Taco. From everything I am reading they should fit. I think they would look good.
I have them on my 07 PreRunner, no lift required. Look much better than the stock steelies, just remember you'll need new TPMS sensors for the wheels since FJ's don't come with the sensors (at least they didn't in 07).
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heres what they look like...

Those look sick!
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Those look sick!
thanks man, i like them
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Yeah I have the TRD Off Road with the alloys so I will just take my TMPS sensors off the ones I have now.
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Yeah I have the TRD Off Road with the alloys so I will just take my TMPS sensors off the ones I have now.
thats what i did
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