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Old 09-03-2011, 07:44 PM   #1
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Stock 16" alloys fit TRD Sport?

As the title says, I thought all 6 lug Tacoma wheels are interchangeable, but I keep hearing TRD Sports have bigger calipers?

So in short, just to make sure, I can replace my 17" TRD Sports on my 07 DC Sport with either 16" TRD Off Road/SR5 wheels or 16" Tacoma base steel wheels without any issues?

If I buy either of those two, will the hub caps, lug nuts and TPMS fit and therefore can be transferred? Thanks a lot. Don't have too much time to search this time as I'm looking at a few adds now, and just want to be 100% sure.
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i have the 16" off roads on my sport. i decided to keep them when i traded in my 2006 sr5 tacoma with the tires i had bought a month beforehand. I will be going back to the 17's or aftermarket 17's soon
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Oh good, so I suppose there is not any difference in brakes then between Sports and Off Road versions even between different model years...


Good to know, Thanks.
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Since the above mentioned deal fell through, how about 2000-2006 Tundra 16" wheels? They look similar to 16" TRD Off Road/SR5 wheels. Does anyone have them on a 2nd gen Tacoma? What is they BS and Offset for these? Will the rub calipers, how would the sit? Thanks again.

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any input?
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:59 AM   #6
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i dont see why they wouldnt fit... im seen sequoia wheels on tacomas.
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Bumping this thread. I just bought a pair of stock TRD Off-Road rims from a guy- 16's, and tried to mount them up on my 2009 TRD Sport with no luck- brake caliper rub. Super suck.
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The sports do not have different calipers. IDK why your are rubbing though.
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@@alshead-Are you the original owner of your Tacoma? If not check to see if previous owner maybe put Tundra calipers on the truck to give it better stopping capabilities. I have read where some owners do that as it is doable. otherwise they should fit. I have 16" OR on my Sport w/o any issues.
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Not original owner, but they are stock OEM calipers. Done a bunch of research and it's pretty common. Apparently, some sports have he bigger calipers, some don't. Kinda like the leaf spring issue- maybe they figure some people needed them, some didn't?
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Since the above mentioned deal fell through, how about 2000-2006 Tundra 16" wheels? They look similar to 16" TRD Off Road/SR5 wheels. Does anyone have them on a 2nd gen Tacoma? What is they BS and Offset for these? Will the rub calipers, how would the sit? Thanks again.

I know it's a super old thread but anyone running these Wheels on a 2nd Gen Taco...? Can you post up or P.M. Pic..!
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