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Old 05-16-2005, 07:28 PM   #1
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New black wheels and 285 MTRs *PICS*

Picked up some Goodyear 285/75/16s today and put them on WheelerOffroad's black aluminum alloy wheels.

I *really* appreciate all the help and advice I've gotten from people on this site.
I'm learning slowly but surely how my truck works

These are the best pics for now.
Hopefully I'll have more later with the Runner in action

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1" 4Crawler Bodylift, Black alloy wheels, 285 MTRs
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Old 05-16-2005, 07:29 PM   #2
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wow looks great man!
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Old 05-16-2005, 07:30 PM   #3
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looks good. How much did the wheels set you back total?
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Old 05-16-2005, 07:35 PM   #5
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4 wheels + lugs + wheel caps + shipping ~= $618
Pricey, but I didn't want to mess around with trying to balance steel wheels.
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Old 05-16-2005, 07:39 PM   #6
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where did you get the wheels? are those the wheelers offroad ones?
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Old 05-16-2005, 08:04 PM   #7
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Those are sweet wheels, I like the 4 runner its coming along nice
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They do look nice. What type did you get, the A or B? Thanks.
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Have you experienced loss of power?
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Looks good, got any other plans in the works?
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Very good deal! Where did you get the setup from? 285 = 31" or so, correct?
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285 = more like 33
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Old 05-17-2005, 08:18 AM   #13
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They do look nice. What type did you get, the A or B? Thanks.
I didn't get the A or B steel wheels.
I got the aluminum alloy ones.
http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/toyblackalloys.htm


So far I don't notice any loss of power.
The supercharger definitely helps
Someday I'll prob regear... but I've got to recover from the cost of these wheels and tires first!


Future plans are sliders and bumpers, but I have to see how hard I wheel it and if those make sense.

I also need to figure out all the urd modifications for the supercharger, cuz it's been on their for 70k+ miles and I haven't done anything to it.

So much to do, so little time (and $$$).
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Lookin good, really like the rims. Keep us posted on future mods.
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Did you get the wheels and tires and all for $618? Maybe you mean 818 or something? 4 MTRs usually cost more than that!
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That looks just plain sweet. Love the tint as well.
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truck looks amazing with the new wheels, a complete transformation.

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Very good deal! Where did you get the setup from? 285 = 31" or so, correct?
285/75/16s means... 285mm wide, 75% of the width is the sidewall.
285/25.4 = 11.22" x 0.75 = 8.41" x 2 + 16" = 32.83" tall with a 11.22" width.
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Hey crux,

how much would you say your suspension/body lift cost you total?
because my friend is looking to lift his 3rd gen and I really have no idea about the cost of 3rd gen lifts.

thanks man
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Hey crux,

how much would you say your suspension/body lift cost you total?
because my friend is looking to lift his 3rd gen and I really have no idea about the cost of 3rd gen lifts.

thanks man

It was around $750 for all the suspension parts (shocks, coils, diff drop, andy's spacer, etc)
The bodylift was $108 + shipping from 4Crawler Off Road.




So my buddy is trying telling me I need to paint my Runner black now.
He says baby blue is too girly =\
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It was around $750 for all the suspension parts (shocks, coils, diff drop, andy's spacer, etc)
The bodylift was $108 + shipping from 4Crawler Off Road.

So my buddy is trying telling me I need to paint my Runner black now.
He says baby blue is too girly =\
thanks man, now I have a price to give him.

ha ha... the dude who I'm giving lift advice to, his runner is purple
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