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Old 04-26-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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15"wheels on 2ng gen.?

I have searched but no luck, there is suppose to be a 15" wheel that will work on 2nd generations with some grinding to the brake parts , I want to run some 33x10.50 15's I am not getting any straight answers. Thanks for the help.
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Old 04-26-2011, 03:45 PM   #2
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nope, none zippy zippo zero, unless its a 5 lug
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Keep searching colton. I know I read a thread once where somebody did use a 15" steel wheel on a 2nd gen. Somebody else was trying to find out but I never could find the thread again.

Now those gen 2's that are modified by a company for Artic Polar bear country shit, where they put huge/wide freakin tires on, those might be 15" rims?

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well I'm at least half right. Those artic trucks do use a 15" wheel, read the specs. Just figure out what brake mod they did.
http://www.arctictrucks.com/Pages/1326
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:17 PM   #4
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calipers on a 2nd gen 6 lug are too big to fit 15's. alot of 16's wont even fit them
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Thanks , I know I have seen it as well. There is supposed to be a wheel with no mods needed but I am not getting to far with that. Previos owner installed 4.88 gears installed with arb's front and back so I am tryng to run 33 10.50s' or even a 35 10.50 SS . I know about 255 85 16s' but I can save even more weight and get my gearing right with a 35. Any more help ?
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If you can't find it here, try searching over at TTORA but whatever you do there, Don't say body lift or drop bracket

They seem to be more into doing off the wall/more extreme mods than here, so they can climb on rocks.
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I already have and got very little to no feedback ,so thanks for helping here.
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Not to hijack this thread but would the 16 x 7 6 lug 5.5 bolt pattern 6 spoke 4 runner rims fit? On a second gen tacoma?
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Not to hijack this thread but would the 16 x 7 6 lug 5.5 bolt pattern 6 spoke 4 runner rims fit? On a second gen tacoma?
they should. a guy with a 4 runner bought my stock 17" sport wheels for his (cause he bent the OEM wheels) so i dont see why it wouldnt reverse
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Here ya go...
Go to the last post and I quoted a pic of a guy running old 15" toyota wheels with wheel spacers.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...l-06-taco.html
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