200 Series and Tundra wheels on 100 series photo thread

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Haha... I’m good at doing that! Shoot me a message on what your thinking for the 16’s. Also, we should have a cruisers and coffee sometime soon.
Will do! Let’s certainly do it one weekend or morning before work!

Did you catch Eurofest Carshow in The Renaissance in Ridgeland and/or the one in Madison last weekend? I caught a little of EF (I’m normally in it but didn’t get a chance this year because my ZX is waiting on a new steering wheel and it’s running rough &.. BMW needed detailing). The cars that participated was down this year...
 

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I’m looking at 2018 Tundra wheels with 275/65/18 tires. Will I need spacers on 2000 LX?
Dan your center caps will only need the dust caps to be flattened to fit. A few minutes with a hammer and you're there. There's nothing to hurt by flattening them, just don't go gorilla on them. Or you can open the center cap with a 2" hole saw for the cap to fit but to me it looks hokey. Flatten them and forget about them they'll function am the same.
 

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Here is a quick wheel cap mod I did on my Tundra wheel caps. You can flatten the dust cap just a bit. Some have flattened them completely and removed the plastic on the inside of the cap and had just enough clearance. I used a holesaw and picked up some center cap covers on amazon around 65mm made of alloy and slightly domed. There are TRD models as well.

Before


Center cap


dome view

silicone the caps in place


Finished look


Wow, that looks great. What wheels are you rolling on there?
 

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17" TRD Rock Warriors with 1-1.25" spacers (not positive, came with the wheels) and 285/75/17 Cooper St Maxx (34")

I think this tire size looks fricken perfect. A little meatier than the 33s everyone runs without the work required to fit 35s properly. I'll test out rubbing under compression this weekend.
 
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Wow, that looks great. What wheels are you rolling on there?
Those are from Toyota . They are spec'ed as a Tundra wheel. Think they call them five star available at any Toyota parts. I have seen them available on certain sequoia sr5 sport models in 18 inch but never could track any down so went with the 20 inch. I've seen some sets used on ebay for a song compared to 240 each new.
 

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Great info. Got them from a 2008 Land Cruiser. Now I have other trucks to look at for a spare. Junk yard locally wants new OEM prices.
 
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