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Old 09-22-2008, 04:21 PM   #1
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best place to buy procomp rims?

ok guys my lift came in the mail today and i need your opinions on where to buy my rims!

i want the procomp SERIES 8069 and on performanceplustire.com it says those rims go on a FJ cruiser...that is the first i have heard of that ,they will fit my 07 DC long bed sport right? 16x8 rims


also where have you guys found the best price on rims?

thank you in advance, i appreciate your help!
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Fj Cruiser rims fit our truck no problems so i wouldnt see why they wouldnt fit our trucks.
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ima check that website forsures. ok so then those rims should be on my truck soon!
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I was looking at the mojave's on the site and its the same part number but for some reason they have it listed as fjcruiser.
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same bolt pattern
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ok guys my lift came in the mail today and i need your opinions on where to buy my rims!

i want the procomp SERIES 8069 and on performanceplustire.com it says those rims go on a FJ cruiser...that is the first i have heard of that ,they will fit my 07 DC long bed sport right? 16x8 rims


also where have you guys found the best price on rims?

thank you in advance, i appreciate your help!
I have the 8069 in 17x9's from 4wheelparts.com
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Old 09-24-2008, 02:29 PM   #9
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4wheelparts.com

i was on 4wheelparts.com and there are a few different 16x8 rim choices..
like offset, bolt pattern and back space. does anyone know the right numbers for our trucks!?!?
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sorry my options are

16x8, 5 on 6.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load= 3420lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = 2mm
16x8, 5 on 135 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 5 on 150 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 5 on 4.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 5 on 5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 5 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 6 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 6 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load = 2200lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = Yes
  • Offset = -11mm
16x8, 8 on 170 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load= 3420lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = 2mm
16x8, 8 on 6.5 Bolt Pattern
  • Backspace 4 in.
  • Max Load= 3420lbs
  • Finish = Gloss Black
  • Hub Centric = No
  • Offset = 2mm
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The 7th one down from the top is the one that fits however 4" BS will push the tires out of the fenders quite a bit and I'm not sure of the caliper clearance. I went with these: http://www.4wheelparts.com/Wheels/Xt...n=PXA8069-7983
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The 7th one down from the top is the one that fits however 4" BS will push the tires out of the fenders quite a bit and I'm not sure of the caliper clearance. I went with these: http://www.4wheelparts.com/Wheels/Xt...n=PXA8069-7983


sweet man ok. thank you

do you have a lift? any trimming invloved with those tires and rim combo?
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sweet man ok. thank you

do you have a lift? any trimming invloved with those tires and rim combo?
Bilstein 5100 set at 2.5" on front and I trimmed my mud flaps cause I wanted to keep them. A lot of guys take em off.
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6 on 5.5 4.5 backspace and 0 offset
here are my rims procomp 6001

Here are some pics of what I cut.
Front plastic was cut so I zip tied it back to make sure it wouldn't rub. I cut with a razor knife.

Here is a shot of the square nubs in front of the tires, also cut with razor knife.

Where I trimmed slightly after removing the front mud flaps.

I would consider cutting the mud flaps instead of removing. I now have quite a few paint chips.
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6 on 5.5 4.5 backspace and 0 offset
here are my rims procomp 6001

Here are some pics of what I cut.
Front plastic was cut so I zip tied it back to make sure it wouldn't rub. I cut with a razor knife.

Here is a shot of the square nubs in front of the tires, also cut with razor knife.

Where I trimmed slightly after removing the front mud flaps.

I would consider cutting the mud flaps instead of removing. I now have quite a few paint chips.
I got lucky and didn't have to trim the front plastics at all, just the mud flaps.
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Are your tires the AT's also? I noticed they at the same size and company. If it is the same tire does it come close? I am just curious the only other differences I notice are the years and I have the Belstien shocks with 884 coils, and you have the 5100s.
Exact tires as you and yes very close but I also have 4.75 BS. thay may have something to do with it. How much lift did the 884's give you and how's the ride?
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ok guys my lift came in the mail today and i need your opinions on where to buy my rims!

i want the procomp SERIES 8069 and on performanceplustire.com it says those rims go on a FJ cruiser...that is the first i have heard of that ,they will fit my 07 DC long bed sport right? 16x8 rims


also where have you guys found the best price on rims?

thank you in advance, i appreciate your help!
i get my wheels at the same place...just make sure you use the price on the site or else it will be different and ask for Manny
16x8 is $104...

http://www.performanceplustire.com/p...227#prodAnchor
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