I have a 1997 LX 450. It has Toyota 16x8JJ 0 alloy wheels and Dunlop GrandTrek 270/75/R16 tires. For my driving, significantly larger rims or tires is not necessary. I need to buy four rims for studded snow tires. What rims -- for any other vehicle, as well as those made specifically for FZJs and LX 450s -- fit my LX? *** I got my truck up and running (Master Technicians aka Toyotas Only aka Toyotas R Us in Missoula) about seven months ago. Seeley Lake is about an hour from Missoula. I have had ample time on road to identify mileage of the LX 450 when unloaded, and when moderately loaded -- for example, a grocery run. And I gotta say to those who has been wringing hands about poor fuel economy: You have a screw loose in the driver. Tighten it and fuel efficiency will become acceptable. My LX's starting fuel efficiency was 12.9 mpg. Learn foibles of the truck -- for example, that accelerator has a heavy return spring to overcome -- and fuel efficiency became 16.3. Learn to look ahead when on the highway, and replace a failing oxygen sensor and fuel efficiency has stabilized between 17 and 17.9 mpg. I'm not talking a one-time thing. During our heat wave last month fuel efficiency was at the low end because the air conditioning had to work harder. In under-90-degree temperatures, about 17.5 mpg is normal. I expect winter/snow fuel efficiency to be in the 16 mpg area. . . . Let the stoning begin.