2006 Tacoma 16x7 wheels

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by notagp_afj55, Aug 19, 2006.

  1. notagp_afj55

    notagp_afj55

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    I am wondering if this would fit on a 60. I can get them dirt cheap locally
    do you think they would have the right offset? See pic and thanks

    And see below if the 15"'s would work also.
     
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    offset will be wrong, not sure how much though.
     
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    Thats what i was thinking but i was not sure as the owner does not
    have a clue as to what offset even means, so i thought someone
    might have already experienced this before. thanks
     
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    OK then what about these 15" wheels off of a 94 Truck with aisain hubs?
     
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    Wrong offset on either of those wheels. The problem is that they will rub the calipers and/or TREs. You can run either wheel with a spacer and preferably longer studs.

    I spent the time and money to order wheels with the correct backspacing for my 60 a few years ago. Ended up spending about $200 for the wheels and powdercoating. If by cheap, you can get all 4 (or better yet 5) wheels for under $100, I'd probably go that route if I had to do it all over.
     
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    Mike

    Thanks i think i will order the 16" wheels from toyota the look like
    the 15" above and be done with it. I have the part number so now
    its just a matter of if they can get them for me.

    -Jim
     
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    MANUCHAO omnia mea mecum porto

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    Why not run wheel adaptors?
    Problem solved !!
     
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    I am running the 16 inch alloy wheels off a 02 tacoma , Had to get 1 inch spacers for front (might be 3/4 inch I can't remember, from marlin) I paid 150.00 for 4 wheels and tires lugs and center caps (with 2k on them) So i figured the 80.00 or so was ok for the spacers.
     
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