Last month, I posted regarding getting some new wheels.
Finally got rid of my 15” steel wheels and went to 16” wheels on my 07 Tacoma 5 lug 2WD. I bought these wheels off of ebay and they are originally for a 02-04 Camry/Solara/Sienna. I only went up one size to keep the speedometer reading close to the OEM reading. Overall, the truck has a better ride now, not because of the wheels, but because the new tires are wider, more rigid and have a 800 wear rating with 90K warranty.
I also had to change the TPMS over to the 20-degree sensors on the new wheels. I still need get the new sensors scanned and entered in the ECU by Toyota.
The center bore and bolt pattern on these wheels are the same as the 5 lug steel wheels. The only difference is the offset, which is 50 ET on the new wheels. Thanks spp for this information.
Old wheels/tires -15 X 6 wheels 215/70/15 OEM Firestone Destination LE tires (8.46 in width/26.85 in diameter)
New wheels/tires 16 X 6.5 235/60/16 Michelin HydroEdge Tires (9.25” width/27.10 in diameter)