Tundra wheels on 100 series photo thread

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I am sure this has been discussed ad-nauseum but maybe someone can help me out. What's the largest tire size for 18" one can run on a stock (non-ahc) LC100 without any rubbing issues
 

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I am sure this has been discussed ad-nauseum but maybe someone can help me out. What's the largest tire size for 18" one can run on a stock (non-ahc) LC100 without any rubbing issues
285/65/18 (32.6"). You can run 275/70/18 (33"), but will probably need to hammer the pinch weld flat to avoid rubbing.
 

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I found them on Ebay- $899 shipped for 4. I overnighted a set of splined lug nuts, hoping they work, I'll post an update.
Were those TRD Pro Tundra takeoffs? There are a ton of those wheels being counterfeited now. I started a thread about them in the 200 section:


They should look like this with BBS-Forged and PRO on the outside lip.

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Tundra 18" normal wheels using Land Cruiser center caps that came on the 18" wheels from 2003 onwards to clear front hubs. 275/65/18 tires


Tundra 18" TRD wheels using center caps from 16" Land Cruiser wheels from 98-02 to clear front hubs. 285/65/18 tires

I really like the clean look of that white hundy with the black trim. Do you know what bumper that is? Also, it looks like the owner just painted the rear bumper black and the trim peices white, yes?
 
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Were those TRD Pro Tundra takeoffs? There are a ton of those wheels being counterfeited now. I started a thread about them in the 200 section:


They should look like this with BBS-Forged and PRO on the outside lip.

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did anyone ever get these to fit the 100 series? I heard they may require tundra lugs and a spacer but just wanted to see if this was ever solved.
 
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I really like the clean look of that white hundy with the black trim. Do you know what bumper that is? Also, it looks like the owner just painted the rear bumper black and the trim peices white, yes?
It was a custom made bumper and yes the side trim was done with white plasti dip and the rear bumper with black plasti dip.
 
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did anyone ever get these to fit the 100 series? I heard they may require tundra lugs and a spacer but just wanted to see if this was ever solved.
yea i would like to hear the answer on this, as well. i see the older trd pro on 100s but not the new style as pictured by
ga12r1
 

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yea i would like to hear the answer on this, as well. i see the older trd pro on 100s but not the new style as pictured by
ga12r1
This set is different than ga12r1’s- no BBS logo, but essentially the same rim. They fit great, I had to get a set of splined 14x1.5 lug nuts because the stock nuts were too wide- but no spacers needed. This is a 2000 LC, almost done with a full restoration for a client- will post more pics when it's finished.


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Were those TRD Pro Tundra takeoffs? There are a ton of those wheels being counterfeited now. I started a thread about them in the 200 section:


They should look like this with BBS-Forged and PRO on the outside lip.

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REAL
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The little details matter.
 

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Finally joined the tundra 100 club.

Lots of sanding. Prep. 3 coats primer. 5 coats of dupli color graphite. 6 coats of clear. I still have to flatten the grease caps to make the front center caps fit

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