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60 alloy rims on 80?

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by alkaline747trio, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. alkaline747trio

    alkaline747trio

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    Being offered a set of alloys from an '85 FJ60, plan to use these along with the trail tires due in the next few days. Would these work on my '92? I am pretty sure they are 15x7, but might be 15x6(?) would 33x11.50's be ok on either of those?
     
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    I have never seen a 60 with factory alloys... chrome 15" steelies stock.

    ~Chris
     
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    Landpimp GOLD Star

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    no such thing as a alloy fj60 or 62 OEM wheel, US are chrome steel and 15x6. not sure if they will fit........but 11" wide tire is 1-2" to wide to run IMOP
     
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    alkaline747trio

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    Hmm...then I guess these aren't stock, but..they are off a 60, and seem to be the same dimensions. If they are 15x7"s, and have back spacing according to a stock 60, would they work with a '92 FJ-80?
     
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    ginericLC Wagon Wheeler! SILVER Star

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    Yes they should work if they work on a 60. You said 92 right? I ran stock 60 wheels on my 91 for awhile. The backspacing will most likely make your truck wider. Which I think is a good thing!
     
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    More back spacing? Great for trails, awesome! Thanks...if anyone thinks these wont work, please chime in!