Wheel Spacers

Somebodyelse5

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I need wheel spacers to install the 2016 200 series 18" rims that are currently sitting in a pile in my back yard with brand new rubber... and I don't want to wait the 2 week lead time for the BORA's, so that leaves me with these two options:

JTO5X150-1.5

1998-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser 100 Series Wheel Spacer Kits - 5x150mm By Trail-Gear (304014-1-KIT, 304013-1-KIT, 304012-1-KIT)

The JD do not appear to be hub centric, does that actually matter?

I can find zero discussion on mud about the Trail Gear spacers, has anyone had experience?

SLEE's SpiderTrax option is good, but I believe I need 1.5" and Slee only does the 1.25"
 

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These will work despite your supposition that you need 1.5.

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These worked great with my lx470 and a set of 2017 land cruiser rims. I didn't need 1.5 inches as you suggested.

I also ran the tires a bit wider and really had no issues. So unless there is a significant difference from 1999 to 2006 you shouldn't have any issues.

John
 

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These will work despite your supposition that you need 1.5.

Slee - Steering products

These worked great with my lx470 and a set of 2017 land cruiser rims. I didn't need 1.5 inches as you suggested.

I also ran the tires a bit wider and really had no issues. So unless there is a significant difference from 1999 to 2006 you shouldn't have any issues.

John
That is what I was hoping to hear. I will give Slee a call on monday and get them ordered :)
 
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I have had 1 inch spacers from Just differentials on all 4 corners under Rock Warrior wheels for 8 years. They work great.......
 
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These will work despite your supposition that you need 1.5.

Slee - Steering products

These worked great with my lx470 and a set of 2017 land cruiser rims. I didn't need 1.5 inches as you suggested.

I also ran the tires a bit wider and really had no issues. So unless there is a significant difference from 1999 to 2006 you shouldn't have any issues.

John
I have a set of 2017 LC rims sitting in my garage and just recently purchased a 2004 LX470. Reading this thread I want to mount the LC rims onto the LX470 like you did. So all I need are 1.25" wheel spacers in order for these rims to fit? I see that the center cap is smaller on the LC vs the LX470 rims; didn't know if that was an issue. I assume the 1.25" spacer helps with hub clearances for these rims to fit on?

Sorry for all the questions; never messed with wheel spacers before....
 
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for everyone worried about spacers. if everything is torqued and installed correctly there really is nothing to worry about. Make sure you get quality spacers ie BORA, etc. I have tracked cars multiple times with wheel adapters, which is what everyone here is using.
 

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I have a set of 2017 LC rims sitting in my garage and just recently purchased a 2004 LX470. Reading this thread I want to mount the LC rims onto the LX470 like you did. So all I need are 1.25" wheel spacers in order for these rims to fit? I see that the center cap is smaller on the LC vs the LX470 rims; didn't know if that was an issue. I assume the 1.25" spacer helps with hub clearances for these rims to fit on?

Sorry for all the questions; never messed with wheel spacers before....
No worries, you just want to be sure. Yes they will fit. Again I used Slee spacers and they worked with no issues. I ran 2017 rims on my 2006 lx with no issues. I had the center cap on and didn't have to do any modifications other than the spacers.

John
 
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No worries, you just want to be sure. Yes they will fit. Again I used Slee spacers and they worked with no issues. I ran 2017 rims on my 2006 lx with no issues. I had the center cap on and didn't have to do any modifications other than the spacers.

John
Thanks!
 
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