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Old 09-08-2021, 12:55 PM #1
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Question about eBay steel wheels

I知 looking to pick up a full set of steel (spare) wheels for my 4Runner. I知 sure there is no difference between the 03 and the rest of the 4th gen years, but many places on line that sell them specifically state that the steel wheels are for 04-09, specifically excluding 2003. Am I good to buy these, or is there something weird with the 03 model year specifically.

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Most toyota trucks use the same lug pattern and bore. The only thing you have to worry about is putting 16" wheels on a truck that came with sport brakes as the 16" wheel will hit the caliper.
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Most toyota trucks use the same lug pattern and bore. The only thing you have to worry about is putting 16" wheels on a truck that came with sport brakes as the 16" wheel will hit the caliper.
Yeah, I知 good on that悠致e got an SR5 with the smaller brakes and 16 alloy rims. Just wanted to make sure there wasn稚 a change that I wasn稚 Aware of between 03 and 04.
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