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FJ WHEELS ON MY 1ST GEN

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by abunch, May 12, 2013.

  1. abunch

    abunch [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I have been searching but have not come up with an answer for my question. I found some anthracite fj wheels. they are 16"x7.5" with 4.5" of backspace. I want to run them on my 04 taco that currently has 285s. My stock wheel size is 16"x7" with 4.5" of backspace.

    How does the 1/2" in wheel width I am going to gain effect me? Does anyone have these wheels on a 1st currently?
     
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  2. TacoFL

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    Been doing a lot of research on these wheels as well others...this link is really useful for this kind of thing. http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp I have found fitting them on a 1st gen with 285's would likely require a spacer to account for the increased BS. They are not 4.5" BS like stockers.


    TRD FJ Cruiser Alloy Wheels PT904-35071 (anthracite color)
    16x7.5
    +15 mm offset
    ~4.90" backspacing
    6x5.5" bolt pattern
    106mm hub bore
    ~24lbs


    good luck, post some pics if you get them!
     
  3. abunch

    abunch [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info. I was using that same calculator but did not have all the specs you listed.

    My 285s rub the frame on full lock so yes it seams like I would need a 1/4" spacer at least for the front. I am worried about rear. When I full flex the back it rubs like crazy. A 3/8" spacer out front would get me back to about stock backspacing. .
     
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