Someone tell me about these wheels

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I believe these came off of an hdj100, but I can't find any photos of them online. They are 17s. Anyone know anything about them?

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gregnash

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Look like current Generation Tundra wheels (or at least when the Tundra switched to 5-lug). They are a pretty standard swap for us as they are almost an exact fit, need wither 1.25" spacers to fit the hub cap or some modification to hub cap and our metal axle end cap.
 
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I believe these came off of an hdj100, but I can't find any photos of them online. They are 17s. Anyone know anything about them?

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These wheels were common to UZJ100 and the then new to Australia HDJ100 (with 1HD-FTE) in top-of-the-line GXV (later Sahara) trim – both rode on these 17 inch diameter wheels from late 2002. Before that these models left the factory with 16 inch wheels. The lesser models continued with 16 inch wheels for some time.

Just to confuse, the “105” models with the Rigid Front Suspension (RFS – with solid front axle) continued in parallel with the Independent Front Suspension (IFS) models for some years. The RFS models had different front-end geometry, different off-sets and different wheels to the IFS models.

In late 2005, a revised 17 inch wheel design was introduced as seen on my 2006 model – the keen eye will spot the differences!

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Much too much detail but here is the full story – the pictures within the link below show the variety of alloy and steel wheels used over the years on "100 series" models in Australia:

Landcruiser 100 series in Australia 1998-2007
 
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