Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

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Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

Postby Fomiatti on Sat, 02 Feb 2019 10:12 +0000

Hi All, I'm a first time poster so please bear with me! I have a 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab and want to replace the stock rims with something larger, but without any further modifications to the vehicle if I can help it. Any ideas what would fit??? Thanks!
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Re: Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

Postby Spitfia on Sat, 02 Feb 2019 11:40 +0000

in my experience the larger diameter rims you go the more expensive the tyres become... If I could I would run with 15" rims
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Re: Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

Postby nicebike on Sun, 03 Feb 2019 11:41 +0000

Search. Pages and pages on this. :)
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Re: Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

Postby Fomiatti on Mon, 04 Feb 2019 7:30 +0000

Thanks nicebike. Would you mind providing a link or two? My searches come up with some interesting chats, but nothing specific. Almost certainly user error, but there you go. Thanks!
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Re: Rims to Fit 2002 SR5 4WD Dual Cab Without Modifications

Postby nicebike on Tue, 05 Feb 2019 9:14 +0000

Fomiatti wrote:Thanks nicebike. Would you mind providing a link or two? My searches come up with some interesting chats, but nothing specific. Almost certainly user error, but there you go. Thanks!


No worries. I don't have them bookmarked, but the threads are titled something like "Fitting 32" tyres" and "Fitting 33" tyres".

If you play with keywords along those lines you should find them.

By "larger" I presumed that you meant wider, but if you have 15s, you may also have meant bigger in diameter. If you have 15s, well worth replacing them with 16s for the greater tyre choice. Very few 15" tyres with a load range higher than C. You could also go for 17s, but if your brakes are standard 2002, 16s will fit over them fine.

Also lots of info on rim widths and offsets in those threads.
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