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Old 07-11-2019, 07:20 PM #1
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HOW TO FIT 16 rims on limited 4runner??

So I recently bought tires and 16 inch rims for my 2007 Limited 4x4 4runner. But the 16 inch rims are too small and snug on the brake calipers. What can I do to get them to fit? Could I put 13WG calipers on to make the rims fit? Would 13 WG calipers fit on my rotor? Anyone know how to make this happen???
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2007 Limited rotor size (will 16 inch wheel fit?)

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You would need to get the smaller rotors AND the 13WG calipers to fit the 16" wheels. Either that, or you could take a grinder to the outside of your current callipers and try to modify them by shaving down the metal. That's risky but I've seen it done on sports cars successfully.
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Thanks guys. Iím getting the smaller rotors and calipers, itís about $300 but still saving money. And if anyoneís thinking about grinding the caliper DO NOT DO IT. I did it and got the tires on and all but 3 days later I busted one of the calipers. Luckily it was in a drive way and not on a highway
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Another option would be some small wheel spacers to move wheel out a bit, and hopefully clear calipers.
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