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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:11 PM   #1
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what are these off of and will they fit my 94 Regular cab 4x4?

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Got em, the fronts fit, will check rear tonight.

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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:21 PM   #2
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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:30 PM   #3
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cant tell pic's to small
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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:34 PM   #4
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Look like 6 lug so NO
what do you mean no 6 lug is what they have on them!

They are said to come off of a 98 Toyota but he doesn't know exactly what? I'm am going to buy them if I can figure out if they fit. I think they will.
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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:43 PM   #6
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Pull off your wheel and check bolt circle and back spacing. Then call X and have them check the same to avoid wasting his time.
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Old October 13th, 2013, 08:49 PM   #7
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Ford rangers are 5 on 4.5.


A 98 toy is 6 on 5.5

So no they will not fit unless you have Toyota axles
posted in the Toy tech because I have a Toyota truck, 1994 WTF, yes 6 lug on mine just like most of the toyotas, thought someone on here might recognize the rims and say ya off of Tundra or a 4 runner or whatever it is.

The guy gave me some overall dimensions but I can't measure mine until tomorrrow night.

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posted in the Toy tech because I have a Toyota truck, 1994 WTF people, yes 6 lug on mine just like most of the toyotas, thought someone on here might rcognize the rims and say ya offofTundra or a 4 runner.

The guy gave me some overall dimensions but I can't measure mine until tomorrrow night.
Wow my bad I really need to get more sleep! They look like what cam stock on a 98 you just have to double check back spacing
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thanks that what I am wondering too, mine has drums on rear, not sure what the 98 had..
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Well they for sure look like toyota wheels to me i couldnt tell you if they r off a 98 or not but i dont see why they wouldnt work on your truck.

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They came on 98 Tacoma picks with the offload package. I don't think you will run in to a problem with them fitting. Back spacing my be a little different but I don't see it be to much.
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my truck is at the shop and my tires are too bad to drive it to where the wheels are other wise I would do that. This is what the guy text me but I think I need to send him a picture with tape measure on a wheel.

rim 3.5
farthest lug hole across from each other 5.75
lug nut 2.75
inside rim 14.5
lug to outside of rim 4.5

I'm trying to make sense of it.
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Old October 14th, 2013, 07:39 AM   #13
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those look like what I had on my 96 Tacoma. They *should* fit on Toyota 6 lug trucks.
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thanks for all the reply's
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Those are from a Taco or 4Runner they are probably a 16" rim and they do have the same bolt pattern you need.
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they are 15's
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Yeah now I looked at the tire. All the ones I've seen like that were 16's from 4Runners.
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They are off a tacoma or 4runner.....they will fit fine
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Picking up tomorrow thanks. Now I need a tank.
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They will fit fine. They will fit a Chevy 6-lug fine too. You only need to worry about them being 15s if you are running Tacoma brakes.
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