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HELP Wheels that will fit 1986 1 ton pickup

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Cryptozoiccreekchub, Feb 21, 2021.

  1. Feb 21, 2021 at 2:33 PM
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    Cryptozoiccreekchub

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    The stock wheels that I have are marked 5.5JX14 3885/12. I'm looking to get 15" steelies so I can put on all terrain tires. I got some 15" steel wheels off of an avalon from the junkyard and they do not fit due to the wheel hub bore being bigger. Suggestions for wheels would be appreciated.
     
  2. Feb 21, 2021 at 3:10 PM
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    It looks like they did offer a 15" wheel for those older trucks but you need the 5 x 114.3 lug pattern and at least the 67.1 mm center bore. Most of the Toyota cars have a smaller bore or they have a different 5 x 150 pattern. The Tacoma 5 lug shows as 5 x 114.3 pattern but the center bore is 60.1 mm which is too small. It looks like a hard wheel to find the 15" with the 5 x 114.3 pattern.
     
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    Thanks, I’ll probably just have to stick with what I’ve got then.
     
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  5. Mar 18, 2021 at 11:24 AM
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    The lug pattern and center bore look ok, but they are showing a +45 offset where the stock wheels are +20 offset so I think they will be too far in and not clear some of the steering components. When you do the "Check fit" on Amazon, they come back as not fitting.

    The stock information shows the offset of +20 (it shows as ET20).

     
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  7. Mar 18, 2021 at 12:41 PM
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    After looking around, the closest wheels I could find would be from the Mazda B series trucks from around 2001. They have the 5x114.3 pattern and a 70.6mm center bore where the Toyota pickup is 67.1mm center bore. The offsets are around 10 to 12 mm compared to the Toyota being 20mm so it would push the wheel out a little. Since the bore doesn't match exactly, you could put in some centering rings like these.

    (1) Hub Rings 67.1 MM To Many Sizes In Aluminum Set of 4 Pcs Hub Centric – Venum Wheel Accessories

    Here's the page showing the Mazda specs and they use the same size lug nuts as well.
     

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