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Old 02-10-2010, 01:27 PM   #1
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Question Which A R Rims ATX Series Artillery Teflon do I need??

Can someone help me out here... I'm looking at getting American racing ATX Series Artillery Teflon Black rims. I have a 3 inch lift. And I know I want 17x9 but what bold pattern do I need? These are the 3 options on their site... I also don't know what the difference between the first and last option is other than the code.

AX18179060612N 17" x 9"-124.53 6x139.7

AX18179068612N 17" x 9"-124.53 6x139.7
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Old 02-10-2010, 02:30 PM   #2
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You need the 6 x 139.7 bolt pattern, which the first and third option have. Not sure about the difference between the two part numbers.
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go to wheelpros.com and look at their applications.
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:28 PM   #4
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After much searching I ended up calling wheel pros 1800 number they told me that the different part numbers were do to different hub sizes. This is the part number that fits tacoma.

AX18179060612N
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One is probably hub-centric and the other lug-centric. You want lug-centric

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I am waiting for my ATX Artillerys to come in a day or two, I actually had the same problem....I went with the other rims....106.25mm. I spoke with the American Racing company and Toyota and it sounds like the 106mm is the correct hub size. Whether the website fitment guide is incorrect or not, I don't have a clue. You can also use the 108mm, but you need an adapter to take up the space. If anyone is getting new vibrations or noise after there new lift and rims, might want to check their wheel fitment! Here is a link to my origianal post asking this question.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...-diameter.html
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