Steel landcruiser wheel, what years? (1 Viewer)

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Perhaps looking to get a set of the steel Landcruiser wheels (FZJ80? years) for my 1993 FZJ... What year did the 16x8 steel wheels appear on our landcruisers?
The photo attached is the style I am looking for..

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That is funny to me, CDan selling parts from a picture of Beno's rig.

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dpr64: buying a set of correct (new) steelies from a Mud vendor is a very good deal. I have a set of used wheels and will have almost the same amount into them after I pay someone to dismount the tires, paint or powdercoat four wheels, then remount the tires and put the wheels on the truck. Easier to buy new and be done with it I think.
 
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Get them with the black caps . Cdan and beno sell the caps. You may be able to find used steelies on CL or parted out and buy the caps separately .
 

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I have my Spare Alloy at Powder Coater now. When they topcoat with clear it looks great.
It costs me $40-50 a wheel depending on if it needs sandblasted or not. I will post a pic
 
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dpr64: buying a set of correct (new) steelies from a Mud vendor is a very good deal. I have a set of used wheels and will have almost the same amount into them after I pay someone to dismount the tires, paint or powdercoat four wheels, then remount the tires and put the wheels on the truck. Easier to buy new and be done with it I think.

That's exactly what I did shortly after purchasing my LX. The only downside is that they are very heavy. IIRC they are about 40 lbs each.
 
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I will probably be ordering them in the near future...have to save up some beans to pay for em! Heavy is good, it will keep Betsy upright better, sorta like ballast in a boat.
 

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