Any help please. Toyota supra wheels...

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  1. Trankeylo

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    Anybody ever put a set of toyota supra wheels on their 87 toyota pickup. I know what I need to do for the rear wheels. Have some ideas for the front. Wanted to see if I can get some ideas from fellow toyota mini owners...Greatly appreciated. Rims are 16x7 5lug. 5x114 supra turbo wheels.
     
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    I think the center bore needs to be machined out...from there, you might want to space them out a bit?
     
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    I have a set of 19" rims of my 92 Toyota Soarer on mine I had no problems fitting them on my 74
     
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    Mine when I did a test fit
     

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    Yeah, accept he's talking about using a factory wheel not aftermarket...
     
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    Thanks the chart helps. I believe I have keep in mind the center bore. When it comes to fitment.
     
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    Exactly that's my issue. What you said is what I was considering...
     

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