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Old 04-26-2009, 11:50 AM   #21
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^^^ If you don't have one of the TRD packages (Off-Road or Sport) then you most likely have the 16x7 steelies the SR5 packages came with. As for 16x8's fitting - that depends on many variables, but this is an information thread for stock wheels, not for aftermarket fitment. There are many other threads out there talking about aftermarket wheel fitment.

That being said. Any and all additional information would be greatly appreciated!
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very useful..just what i needed,,,is there info about 07 trd sport rim weight yet?
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Old 08-20-2009, 09:30 AM   #24
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Thanks for keeping this alive guys. One of these days I'll get around to putting the list together a little more nicely. I've been super busy with work and other things, I really haven't been able to do anything to the truck other than drive it.
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Old 08-25-2009, 07:28 AM   #25
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I read somewhere that the stock 17" Sport wheel weighs about 28lbs.
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Old 08-30-2009, 01:37 PM   #26
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Alright so bear with me this is my first post but i have a 4 cyl 08 prerunner 2WD and i have yet to do any modifications to it yet considering how i dont know i damn thing about how to do it. Anyways, my stock tires are bald and I need to get new ones. I figured that now would be a good time to get bigger tires. Does anyone know the largest size i cant fit comfortably in the wheel well without having to get a lift just yet? Also, any recommendations on the brand/type?
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I've got a stock 09 2WD with the 15 inch wheels. Can I go to a 16 inch wheel without a lift? I have some snow tires on 16 inch non toyota rims. They are p235/70/R16. Is there a toyota rim that would work with those tires and my new Tacoma???
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I just measured my 16" TRD Off-Road Wheels and found the following:

Backspacing: 5.25"
Offset: 1.25" (+31.75mm)
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:03 PM   #29
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I just measured my 16" TRD Off-Road Wheels and found the following:

Backspacing: 5.25"
Offset: 1.25" (+31.75mm)
Thanks for the info! I've updated the first post to reflect your contribution.
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I am looking into replacing my 16" TRD offroad alloys. I was thinking 17 X 8
6 bolt 5.5's obviously, my question is what offset will work? The wheels I am interested in have a 12mm offset. any idea?
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Old 10-01-2009, 12:22 AM   #31
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Does anyone know the weight of the stock 16' steel wheels from a 07 dcab. Also I am looking for the weight of the trd offroad ones. Iím considering the trd offroad wheels if they are a lot lighter because i have bfg AT's 265/75/16 Load range d. and the things are heavy...

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Old 10-06-2009, 02:14 PM   #32
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Arent the TRD FJ wheels 4.5" backspacing? I remember my friend who has them telling me that.
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Old 10-07-2009, 05:18 PM   #33
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Guys this may help. Go to the following website

http://www.myboltpattern.com/ select the bolt pattern tab then by make and model tab, then Enter in your year/make/model and it should give all your wheel info.
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Old 10-15-2009, 12:36 AM   #34
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Thanks for that link above, some good information inside.

It didn't have any information on a 2004 stock TRD wheel though... Anyone have information? Im pretty sure it is a 16x7 but does anyone know the backspacing and offset?

Currently i am running the stock TRD wheels with 1.25" wheel spacers.

I am going to buy some 16x8 wheels and would like to know what back spacing and offset i would need to get it to stick out what it is now.
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Thanks for that link above, some good information inside.

It didn't have any information on a 2004 stock TRD wheel though... Anyone have information? Im pretty sure it is a 16x7 but does anyone know the backspacing and offset?

Currently i am running the stock TRD wheels with 1.25" wheel spacers.

I am going to buy some 16x8 wheels and would like to know what back spacing and offset i would need to get it to stick out what it is now.

I'm trying to find that out as well. I went to a toyota truck dealer ship and all they show on there computers is that it is a 16x7 rim they have no specs on off set or back spacing. the parts department told me to call or go to a town fair tire and they will be able to tell me what the back spacing is on my TRD because they sell rims. I have yet to call or stop by to find out.

Please let us know if you take the time and I will do the same.
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:56 PM   #36
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I Found the information on the first gen TRD rims at TTORA.

They are 16x7's BS 4 and 7/16ths.
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I Found the information on the first gen TRD rims at TTORA.

They are 16x7's BS 4 and 7/16ths.

Thx 4&7/16ths seems like such an odd number. I know you won't find after market rims with those specs, so the rims will have to either set out a bit more or set in a bit more with most aftermarket rims being 3.75, 4, 4.75 or 5. granted it isn't much of a difference. Can you post where you found that info on TTORA so I can read it pls.

Thx again I will call Town Fair Tire to see if they concur.
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I put a set of 17" FJ wheels on my 09 sport but I did not take the time to measure the back space.
I am curious now if it is different than the sport wheels?
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I hope not, this is the kind of information that people usually look for.

this is the information i exactly needed
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Old 12-03-2009, 07:09 AM   #40
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I have a question about the backspacing. I am planning on putting on 15x6 Rally's on my taco, I found a place that has the lug pattern, but they state that the offset if 6.

link:
https://secure.hotrodhanks.com/produ...productID/3416

will the offset of this Rally rim stick out? If so, by how much (1", 1.5" etc).
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