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Old 06-18-2010, 11:48 AM   #1
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FJ TRD wheels

I am looking to buy some FJ TRD wheels. I found the silvers ones online for 126 and the blacks ones for $150. Seems like a pretty good deal to me. This is the info I came up with them..

Wheels specs are 16" x 7.5" with a +15mm offset 6x5.5" Bolt Pattern
The TRD Limited Edition came with P265/75R16 BF Goodrich® All Terrain Tires
Part numbers:
PT904-35070 - Silver
PT904-35071 - Gray Gunmetal
PTR20-35080 - Matte Black

I was wondering what the backspacing is on them though. I'd like the wheels to be flush with the outside of the fender flares. Anyone have anymore info on them?
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4.5" backspacing
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:15 PM   #5
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FYI

I found this on KSL.com here in Utah. If I hadn't just bought tires I would be all over this.

$600 OBO
Toyota FJ TRD Wheels & Tires

http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218...id=&search=trd

Dang that a pretty good deal... I never heard of KSL. I'll look into it and see if they want to ship. Might be cheaper for me to just buy the wheels new and wait a few months before buying the new tires.

The 4.5 backspacing should make the wheels/tires flush with the fender flare right?
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^-----smokin deal right there...plenty of tread left on those tires too!
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my 285s on the gunmetal ones stick out just a bit
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:29 PM   #8
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my 285s on the gunmetal ones stick out just a bit
Nice man I was searching thru photos of trucks with em on and I saw an ass shot of your truck. Look good. I just don't like the wheels being swallowed by the wheel well. Looks perfect when they are even with the fender flare. Looks good man! Thanks.
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Dang that a pretty good deal... I never heard of KSL. I'll look into it and see if they want to ship. Might be cheaper for me to just buy the wheels new and wait a few months before buying the new tires.

The 4.5 backspacing should make the wheels/tires flush with the fender flare right?
KSL.com is a news website here in Utah with a classified section. I buy and sell stuff on there all the time. It's has a pretty massive following.

For example I just bought a never used BFG AT 265/75/16 for $40, it's now my full size spare. Then I sold my old spare BFG Rugged Trail 265/70/16 fo $50 next day. Every city should have a classified like this and not Craigslist - to many scammers.
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KSL.com is a news website here in Utah with a classified section. I buy and sell stuff on there all the time. It's has a pretty massive following.

For example I just bought a never used BFG AT 265/75/16 for $40, it's now my full size spare. Then I sold my old spare BFG Rugged Trail 265/70/16 fo $50 next day. Every city should have a classified like this and not Craigslist - to many scammers.
Cool. I sent the guy an email. If he'll ship to me I'll probably do it.
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That's an absolutely smokin' deal on the gunmetal TRD wheels. That seller has no idea what he has in his hands...

FYI, I don't know that you can find the black and gunmetal at a dealership anywhere. There are places online that give prices, but they don't actually have them in stock.

I have the gunmetal ones as pictured above, but they don't seem to be quite as wide as I'd hoped.
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Can you put up a pic of the wheels from the front and rear of your truck?
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sorry, I'm in the process of moving and my camera is packed away. I'll look and see if I have any pics of them from the front, but I know I won't have any from the back.

EDIT: Sorry, bud. Nothing from the front, but I still like showin' em off!
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Thanks. I tried going thru some of your old posts to find some but couldn't,
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To be quite honest, I'm not certain that my opinion is very helpful. I've had 1.25" spidertrax spacers on my Offroad wheels for so long, I have forgotten how wide the stock trucks are. These certainly don't stick out as far as the stock wheels and spacers, but I'm not sure exactly how much difference there is.
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BTW the way i would recommended spray painting the gunmetal or silver ones black if you were wanting that color and planned on off roading. The wheels are not that deep making them prone to getting scratched while off roading. I have seen it happen on mine, and others out there.
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