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another exciting wheel/rim thread!

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by daner, Feb 26, 2007.

  1. daner

    daner

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    I've searched for hours but didnt find the answer, maybe someone will know off the top of their head: I'm currently running 4runner wheels on my 89 fj62, a little while back the passenger side spacer decided to part ways with the vehicle at 70 mph-my wife and I are ok but we never did find the wheel...Anyways, No more spacers! Thought I read somewhere that pre86 toyota 4x4 rims would fit? also would older land cruiser rims fit over the brake caliper? I'd prefer a stock looking steel wheel, I never liked the stock chrome spokes and don't want aftermarket wagon wheels etc. Thanks, Duane
    Also, if anyone has a set for sale cheap in Southern Oregon or Northern Cal (North of Redding) let me know, need to get this thing roadworthy again!
     
  2. GulfShoresFJ60

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    One problem with running a stock Toyota rim is that they are usually narrow. It kind of depends on the tire you are running or wanting to run.
     
  3. agent orange

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    As long as its 6 on 5.5 and 3.5 in backspacing or less it will work. You figure out what you want from there.
     
  4. daner

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    I can handle the narrow part, I'm hoping to run between a 31-10.50 to 33-10.50 and most places will install that big of a tire, I know some places will say that it can't be done. (liability, I assume) Anyone have a set laying around? I'll put a post in the "wanted" as well, thanks, Duane