Looks great! Are these the LT or the P with the SL load range? How is the noise and ride?
That chart is seriously whacked - beware the internet, it's full of BS.Hi y'all! I'm receiving delivery of my first Land Cruiser a week from today and I'm understandably excited. The tread on the current tires isn't looking so hot, so I've convinced the missus that we need to put KO2s on it
Following the advice of this thread, I plan on buying the KO2s in 285/65/R18 and putting them on the stock wheels. I have a question about that though. The internet says the stock 2016 LC wheels are 8" wide, but this chart says the max width for 8" wheels is 245mm. What am I missing here? I'm sure it's just a misunderstanding on my part since this is the first vehicle where I'm actually modifying in a real way.
Eventually, I plan on putting some wheels on them if I get a 18x9 wheel, at a very coarse level (I'll consult the spreadsheet), would these tires work with a 18x9 wheel?
Ah got it - I didn't realize the internet could be that wrong. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!That chart is seriously whacked - beware the internet, it's full of BS.
When in doubt, I usually try the manufacturer's web site first for info. If you go to the BFG web site for the KO2 tires (BFG KO2's), you will find the following info about the LT285/65R18 tires:
Please note the acceptable rim width range which includes your current 8" rims as well as any 9" rims you may use in the future.
Should be good to go. Running similar spec Icons on my truck.Looking for confirmation that the wheel tire setup I am planning on will work for my stock 2015 LX570.
I understand based on this forum/thread that I will need to trim the front mud flaps and possibly the center of the front outer edge of the wheel wells. Is this correct? Will the 17” wheel clear my brake calipers ok?? Appreciate any insight.
I am looking at the Method NV 305’s in 17” with 25 off set. I am also looking at 285/75R17 Falken Wildpeak AT3W’s. (33.7” I believe)
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Proceed. On several trucks already.I'm looking for a 17 inch wheel for an LX570 that is:
So I went to the Icon wheels site and found the vector 5 (link), which seems perfect except according to Icon it does not fit on an LC200. Which is weird because their Rebound wheel (link) supposedly does fit, and it has the (almost) exact same specs:
- Understated (simple, probably black, no fake beadlock)
- Light weight
- Fits without modifications
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Icon Rebound (fits) on the top, Icon Vector 5 (does not fit) on the bottom.
The "load" is the only difference in these specs, but they both seem pretty high load to me though I can't find actual LX570 wheel load requirements.
Am I missing something here, and is there another reason I the Icon Vector 5s won't work?
I’m not sure what source you are referencing, but the Vector 5s (5x150) are pretty much made for the 200 series, as are the rebound 5x150s.