Steelie Swap.. what fits, bs/offset etc?

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  1. celica-fiend

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    Hey all..

    The stock steelies on my truck (73/74) are in rough rough shape.. figured Id use that as an excuse to upgrade a bit.. alloys arent the look Im going for.. does anyone know of any OEM steelies in say a 15x6, 15x7 that fit a-ok on our trucks? Not planning on slamming it or anything.. so fender clearance shouldnt be an issue..

    Brett
     
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    if thats the case, any stock dodge truck in 2wd until about 83 should work for you. they had the same bolt pattern, a center bore large enough, and have an offset that should give a nice stance. there are many many others though as well. dodges are just easy to come by and should be fairly cheap for stock rims. or you could get some new steelies that are the d-hole or wagon wheel style and use those.
     
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    I have another steelie question, and i didnt want to make a thread about it....Will the stock steelie rims off a scion fit our trucks? I found a set with tires cheap, but im not sure it the hub, offset withh fit correctally with our truck. My truck is pretty low right now too so that might be an issue as well.... what ya'll think?
     
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    im pretty sure all scions are 5x100 so the bolt pattern wont work. correct me if im wrong
     
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    Has to be 5x144.3 or 5x4.5". I think Scions are 5x100. You can do adapters but I think the bore is too small also.
     
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    Probably worth checking out and measuring.
     
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    yea 114.3 sounds right
    unless you want to make some wooden wheels
     
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    wat?
     
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    well the scion tc is 5x100 but the new Xb is 5x114 and before that i think all were 4 lug
     
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    exactly. first gen xb was 4 lug. tc was small 5, second gen xb is 5x4.5".
     
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    To confirm, yes it's definitely 5x114.3mm (or 5x4.5" for the US).

    Basically any model 5-stud hilux will have the same pettern, although you'd need to check on centre bore & offset.
     
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    I have a 74 Hilux and does anybody know what the offset and center bore for my truck? Thanks!
     

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