Steel Wheels - 4Runner vs FJ Cruiser

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  1. Golgo13

    Golgo13 SILVER Star

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    I see a lot of threads related to guys looking for FJC Steelies for their rig.
    I have found that the current 4Runner steel spare wheel is actually slightly stronger than FJC and it is ~$30 cheaper.
    Both appear identical to each other, but there are a couple very small differences in the hat-section of the wheel that make the difference.

    I cannot understand the difference in price, but its true.

    I don't really have other input on the topic, so just have fun with that info if you are looking for FJC Steelies...
     
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    Are they the same widths?
     
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    Same width and offset!
     
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    I’m trying to learn a little more about these Toyota steel wheels.
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    42611-35430 4Runner spare (stronger and cheaper)

    42611-35330 fj steel wheel -seems more commonly found in the used market.

    42611-35400what’s this wheel? It shows steel and 4Runner but I can’t find much else. Is it the same as the 35430?

    Thanks
     
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    35430 is 17x7.5 with a 15mm inset
    35400 is 17x7 with 15mm inset

    The vehicle spec is the same so the strength of both should be the same
     
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