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Old 02-25-2019, 03:20 PM #31
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Nice build so far, except the shift knob (itís from a Prius C) haha I like that you swapped hoods. I too have been considering this.


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Nice build so far, except the shift knob (itís from a Prius C) haha I like that you swapped hoods. I too have been considering this.


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Good looking out! That looks like it is what it's from. I kinda wish that I could do it in orange/red instead of blue, but it feels nice and looks unique! I'll be hush hush on telling people it's from a Prius, I'll just say its JDM. haha

Maybe I'll try to winyl wrap the blue part with some silver/black vinyl, that way it keeps the shape/style but makes it look less like a Prius knob!
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Well, I reached out to Summit as I still did not have tracking information on those wheels. Turns out they are on backorder with an expected in stock date of 6/28/19 just for anyone else thinking about placing an order.

I'm hoping I can maybe convince them to just ship me some Gray ones instead (doubtful) or maybe the ET12 version instead of the ET0.

That being said, if they can't, I'll probably just plastidip the wheels I have on it now, and then toss on the Spidertrax spacers I have sitting on a shelf to tide me over for a little while until these show up. That will give me plenty of time to get the tires picked out, and ordered!
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TLDR - Summit Racing's customer service is AWESOME!

I was in contact with them over a handful of days regarding my order of wheels that showed "IN STOCK - SHIPS TODAY" but were actually back ordered for months.

After talking with them, they agreed to change my wheel choice to the same wheel, but in Gunmetal (I actually preferred the gunmetal color but they weren't on clearance). I was concerned that they were going to also charge me the full price of the Gunmetal instead of the clearance price of the Bronze.

They did this at NO extra charge, so in turn, I got gunmetal wheels (normally $160 on discount tire, and $199 on Summit) for the price of the clearance Bronze/champagne ones. After the coupon code that I used and everything, I got 5 brand new wheels for $480 shipped (which includes tax).

They have since updated their website and fixed the "issue" but I managed to get lucky during this issue and scored a set of 5 wheels for basically half price.

Then, on Tuesday, eBay had a discount code for 15% off your purchase, and I ordered 275/65R18 Falken Wildpeaks for $770 shipped (after tax) for 5 of them, again, a really good deal on a quality tire. I waffled on tire size, but ultimately decided to go with this size partially due to price, and the other because I wanted to go slightly oversized, but nothing too wild since it's mostly a daily driver and will see a bit of "offroad" driving.

I still need to source TPMS sensors and lug nuts for these, but here are a few pictures of my recent pick ups. If anyone has good suggestions for either of these let me know!











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After much delay (waiting for my fun money to renew) I'll be dropping my wheels and tires off at my local 4 Wheel Parts at the recommendation of my friend who has a Raptor and whose friend works at 4WP here in Cincinnati.

I've decided to skip buying or swapping in TPMS sensors from my old wheels and in turn I'll be disabling the TPMS light once the new wheels get mounted and balanced. They'll just put in rubber valve stems into these wheels and get everything mounted up.

I'll follow up this weekend with pictures when I install them on my 4Runner (lug nuts on their way) since I'll be swapping my wheels/tires along with taking the winters off of my wife's Forester.

More updates coming later this week!
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After much delay (waiting for my fun money to renew) I'll be dropping my wheels and tires off at my local 4 Wheel Parts at the recommendation of my friend who has a Raptor and whose friend works at 4WP here in Cincinnati.

I've decided to skip buying or swapping in TPMS sensors from my old wheels and in turn I'll be disabling the TPMS light once the new wheels get mounted and balanced. They'll just put in rubber valve stems into these wheels and get everything mounted up.

I'll follow up this weekend with pictures when I install them on my 4Runner (lug nuts on their way) since I'll be swapping my wheels/tires along with taking the winters off of my wife's Forester.

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Glad you're disabling the TPMS, it was the 2nd thing I did after disabling the AIP. It always pisses me off when I hear people talking about replacing messed up sensors because its so expensive to get them done and worthless IMO You can tell by looking at your tire if something is wrong, or if you're hyper-aware like me I can feel when a tire has lost air because it pulls to one side or another, this affect gets even more exaggerated since you're going with larger and more aggressive tires
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If it was my wifes car, I'd make sure they were going to function since she would drive on a flat tire if the light didn't tell her to stop. No saying she's dumb, but she's not car savvy.

I just couldn't stomach $175 for 5 new sensors and then the need to go buy a TPMS tool etc etc. I'll jumper the two wires under the dash and be done with TPMS on these wheels for now.
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If it was my wifes car, I'd make sure they were going to function since she would drive on a flat tire if the light didn't tell her to stop. No saying she's dumb, but she's not car savvy.

I just couldn't stomach $175 for 5 new sensors and then the need to go buy a TPMS tool etc etc. I'll jumper the two wires under the dash and be done with TPMS on these wheels for now.
Luckily my gf and I have been dating a while, and she has spent considerable time around cars with me since about 15 years old. Her knowledge has become far and beyond most women that I know and most men as well. Seems like hardly anyone has a clue about how the metal box that they are traveling in every day over 70 mph, operates and functions. In fact she knows what all common car fluids smell like and even how to change a spare and even oil! However she doesn't really do any work on cars or get dirty, because she doesn't enjoy it like me, but she at least has an understanding of what is going on and if there is ever a problem can typically give me all pertinent info over the phone for diagnosis.

Yeah, a 5$ pack of scotchlocks did the trick for me and was obviously better than shelling out ~150$~ for worthless (imo) sensors
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Luckily my gf and I have been dating a while, and she has spent considerable time around cars with me since about 15 years old. Her knowledge has become far and beyond most women that I know and most men as well. Seems like hardly anyone has a clue about how the metal box that they are traveling in every day over 70 mph, operates and functions. In fact she knows what all common car fluids smell like and even how to change a spare and even oil! However she doesn't really do any work on cars or get dirty, because she doesn't enjoy it like me, but she at least has an understanding of what is going on and if there is ever a problem can typically give me all pertinent info over the phone for diagnosis.

Yeah, a 5$ pack of scotchlocks did the trick for me and was obviously better than shelling out ~150$~ for worthless (imo) sensors
You're in luck! Mine doesn't have a desire to learn, which although frustrating sometimes, is okay because cars are my hobby, not hers. Also another reason I got her a Forester and put Blizzaks on it even though it doesn't get that bad here in southern Ohio. I'd rather not have to worry about her getting about in the winter and having to get out of bed to find out she's slid off the road into a ditch.

Maybe I'll make her help me swap over her wheels and tires, after all, I bought the winter set up so the least she could do is help swap the summers back on!
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You're in luck! Mine doesn't have a desire to learn, which although frustrating sometimes, is okay because cars are my hobby, not hers. Also another reason I got her a Forester and put Blizzaks on it even though it doesn't get that bad here in southern Ohio. I'd rather not have to worry about her getting about in the winter and having to get out of bed to find out she's slid off the road into a ditch.

Maybe I'll make her help me swap over her wheels and tires, after all, I bought the winter set up so the least she could do is help swap the summers back on!
There ya go haha. gotta start somewhere and at least show her so stuff along the way, for safety reasons if nothing else. Mine has no desire to work on stuff but does like to know how they function. Maybe that's because she is going to school for engineering haha....
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I'm no stranger to hauling wheels/tires, but I haven't moved anything this large before. Managed to pack all 5 wheels and 5 tires in the back without having to put anything in the front seat. All fit very nicely!





Dropped them off at 4 Wheel Parts today, will pick up Friday and hopefully mount them on the car that night if it's not raining (as its forecaster to rain Friday and Saturday).
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Picked these up last Friday!





Went ahead and started to put them on yesterday. Unfortunately, I didn't have the right lug nuts for these. I bought standard Conical seat lug nuts, but I would feel much more comfortable with Extended Thread Conical Lug Nuts. A return and new order through Amazon and they'll be here Tuesday. But for now, the one wheel I got on looks pretty good and I took some teaser pictures.















More to come later this week when they're on for good.
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With the beautiful spring weather we had here in Southwest Ohio last night (60 and clear). I told my wife I needed a bit of time in the driveway and got everything on! (Disclaimer: I know I am missing a center cap, I only got 3 back from the shop that mounted my wheels/tires, that is in process of being fixed).

Put them on in the driveway, did a quick measurement and I gained 1" of ground to fender height just by putting these on.







Then I drove it across the neighborhood to a church parking lot to take a few full pictures.







More pics this weekend when I bust out the big camera (5D MkII).

Next up is a decent polishing/detailing on the outside and then a bit of frame wire wheel/coating as it warms up. I'd also like to get a rear spring spacer to level off the drivers rear to the passenger rear, and then maybe a small spacer for the front to gain 3/4-1" additional height.
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Thread Bump, no major updates, I've been spending most of my time getting my other car ready for car show season and attending a few events (Euro District in Louisville, and Alpine VAG Fair in Helen, GA).



I've really been enjoying this as a daily and the gas mileage hasn't been a huge issue since I've been driving city with previous cars and only getting 1-2 mpg less with the 4Runner.

I did get a CEL and VSC Light, replaced the gas cap with one for $9 from Advance Auto but that only temporarily solved it. I'll be ordering an OEM one and that hopefully will do it. No codes are stored when I read with my code reader so I'm thinking its the gas cap situation.

I placed an order on 4/8 for a GOBI Ladder, I'll update the thread as I get updates, but the 8-12 weeks is really quite a long time to wait. I figured I'd get in line and start waiting so I can get it this summer rather than wait til winter.
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For those still paying attention here, I have some leftover Spidertrax spacers for sale.

FS: 1.25" Spidertrax, set of 4. Bought them used to space out stock wheels, but then found a deal on new wheels. Spacers only, no lug nuts, located in Cincinnati but will ship. $80 OBO+Shipping.
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