Will these Land Cruiser rims fit an 86 4runner?

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Odd. If you buy one the freight is 184 bucks. If you buy 4 the freight is 1,144 bucks. 4 x 184 = 736 bucks on my calculator. :hmm:

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In any event I wouldn't pay more than 50 bucks a piece for them.
 

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Amayama often teases about availability.
 

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Here are a couple shots of the museum's LJ78. 16x6 with 0 offset equals 3.5 inches of backspace. Since this is a Land Cruiser wheel it does have the conical steel inserts that require acorn-style lug nuts.

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I have 15x7JJ(10) rims here from what I think was a 90's pickup, also using what I think to be acorn style lugs in case that proves or disproves any theories
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80 Series Land Cruiser.

Pickups have a different offset and the use washer-type shoulder lug nuts.
got it. I realize now these are the same ones asked about at the beginning of this thread. I have no idea how I ended up with 80s series wheels.
 

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