Help with 6 lug wheels on 1987 4x4

Discussion in '95-older Toyota Truck Tech' started by wjstarck, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. wjstarck

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    1987 Toyota pickup.jpg Hub.jpg Tire.jpg Warranty sticker.jpg Hello-

    I need to pull an abandoned 1987 Toyota 4x4 pickup off a friend's property as a favor. It's missing the tires and rims. It has a six lug pattern. Can anyone suggest some rims for this thing so I can put some tires on it to haul it off?

    The VIN is JT4RN63S2H0150499. The warranty sticker says the rims are 15 x 6 JJ rims but all the tires laying on the ground have a five lug pattern, although those might be for the abandoned Chevy Silverado pickup that's parked next to it.

    If anyone can also help with which model pickup this is that'd be wonderful.

    Thanks
     
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    Chevy or Yota 6 lug
     
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    That front suspension is not factory. Coilovers? :confused:
     
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    What he said. 6x5.5 bolt pattern. Common Toyota and Chevy. Should be dime a dozen at a u-pull.
     
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    Yes, I didn't think so either. I know absolutely nothing about Toyotas :(
     
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    is that brake caliper correct?
     
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    It isn't in the correct spot. I'd doubt it as that whole front suspension isn't factory at all. It looks like the tie rods are on the back of the knuckle.
     
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    Its an early cab on a taco frame. Chevy wheels don't fit Toyota. The center bore is too small.
     
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    Translation?
     
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    pappy photosynthesizing Moderator

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    Well what do ya know? Good spot, I think you are right, though I agree the caliper looks goofy (broken?). If so, that VIN tag on the B-pillar won't match the VIN on the frame. Not kosher.
     
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    I believe pre-'87 Chev wheels fit. So would Nissan and Izusu wheels.
     
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    Im 98% im still correcter. Nissan is also small. My 00 xterra wheels didn't go on Toyota.
     
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    I could be wrong. I've been wrong before!
     
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    If you are just moving the truck, why not remove the hubs and use chevy rims if the bore is too small?
     
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    I picked up a 15" steel 6 lug trailer wheel at our local Fountain Tire that fits fine.
     
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