OEM TYRES & RIMS

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  1. Economist LC76

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    I am trying to collect data about OEM Tyres. Owners manual describes a very wide range of different sizes
    tire size.jpg

    I put these in the order, from the smallest to the biggest. I also added non OEM Michelin XZL 235/85 R16
    tire size details.jpg

    Based on this table we can observe the tyre size from 28,5 to 35 inch.

    I also collect the pictures for a short overview, but I can not fine the 35 inch photo.

    The smallest is the US market DUNLOP SNOW CRUISER 78, old fashion size H78-15, which is about 28,5 inch.
    DUNLOP SNOW CRUISER 1.jpg
    DUNLOP SNOW CRUISER 700 15.jpg
     
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    The next is a European tyre (after 1982) DUNLOP SP44J, 205R16, or about 29 inch
    DUNLOP SP 44 1.jpg DUNLOP SP 44 205 R16.jpg

    Classical DUNLOP ROADTREK MAJOR were different sizes
    Readtrek Major.jpg

    For Japan market 7.00-15 or 30 inch
    Dunlop 700 15.jpg
    For General markets 7.00-16 or 31 inch

    For Europe and General markets 7.50-16, about 32 inch
    Dunlop 750 16.jpg
     
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    For General markets it was the sand tyres 35 inch (9.00-15). Probably someone has a picture?
    I have only this, but it looks like 16 inch disks
    Dunlop 900 15.jpg

    Some people put non OEM Michelin XZL 235/85 R16. It also looks nice (31,7 inch)
    Michelin XZL 1.jpg Michelin XZL 235 85 R16.jpg

    As understand instead of DUNLOP ROADTREK MAJOR it is possible to use
    SUPER SWALLOW 7.50-16LT

    SUPER SWALLOW 750-16.jpg
    or DUNLOP UNIVERSAL 7.50-16
    DUNLOP UNIVERSAL 750-16.jpg
     
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    So I would like to ask, probably someone has few photos of OEM 9.00 -15
    will be very interesting to see! thanks!
     
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    Good information. Thanks.

    To my eye, 7.50 x 16 is what all 40s everywhere should have come with from the factory.
     
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    fullsizeoutput_2959.jpeg My Portuguese 1980 BJ40 came to me running tires marked: Cresta Special 205 R 16 C 110N. I have not been able to find anything about this brand, if anyone knows anything about them let me know.
     
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    In your list are the tyre sizes listed not the type of rim.
     
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    I am sure Toyota made a split 15'' rims.

    Take a look at 42610-60030 (42610-60030-03)
    ToyoDIY.com

    42610-60030-03.jpg

    The same is on the car (arrow)
    Land cruiser 15 Rims arrow.jpg

    It looks like Toyota offered the Sand Tyres in 7.50 R16 size (like Michelin XS in Europe)
    Tyres.jpg

    and 9.00 R15 tyres in General Market (DUNLOP SAND TYPE S5)
    http://www.dunlopsyria.com/english/index.php?mode=4WD_All_Details&id=24
    Dunlop S5 sand 9.00 R15.jpg
    Dunlop S5 sand 9.00 R15 photo.jpg
     
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    Few more OEM tyres

    GENERAL MARKETS

    BRIDGESTONE JEEP SERVICE 7.50 R16
    BRIDGESTONE JEEP SERVICE.jpg

    JAPAN
    Jap Tire.jpg

    BRIDGESTONE MIGHTY RIB 7.00-R15 (RIB)
    MIGHTY RIB R15.jpg

    BRIDGSTONE GROUND GRIP 7.00-15 (GRIP)
    BRIDGESTONE GROUND GRIP.jpg
     
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    You are busy :)
    All the informations about the J4 you are collecting I would put them in one thread.
    Cheers Peter
     
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    9.00-15 is not 35”, it’s more like 29”.
    [​IMG]
     
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    @-MaTTi-

    This is not a vintage, its a Light Truck Size, that indicates the aspect ratio about 100%.
    Calc.jpg

    So a simple calculation is 15''+9''*100%+9''*100%
    We arrive at around 34''.

    But the exact diameter depends on the Model. For example 9.00-15 with 33.1'' diameter (840mm)
    Light truck culc.jpg
     
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    Just to add to the collection few OEM rims

    42610-60111-03 5.5J R16 Grey WithRing NoCap still available
    42610-60111-03.jpg

    42601-35260-05 6.0J R16 White NoRing NoCap Available
    42601-35260-05.jpg

    42601-60072 5.5J R15 Black NoRing WithCap still available
    42601_60072.jpg

    REPLICA 5.5J R16 Black NoRing WithCap Available
    Replica.jpg
     
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    And few more

    42601-60040 5.5J R16 Black NoRing WithCap NOS
    42601-60040.jpg

    42601-60150 6.0J R15 Chrome NoRing NoCap NOS
    42601-60150.jpg

    42601-60262-03 6J R15 Silver NoRing NoCap Available
    42601-60262-03.jpg

    42610-60020 5.5J R16 Black WithRing WithCap NOS
    42610-60020.jpg
     
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    Bought one of the last 5,5 X16 steelies with clips Toyota made, when I bought the steely
    they had only 4 more in stock (2008)
    Your truck came wirh splities 5,5X16, but you know that :)
    Cheers Peter
     
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    Yes, not vintage, but the same size/marking. Is it LT as you said? This chart says anything but 6PR:
    [​IMG]
     
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