What size wheel spacer/adaptor do I need to use 1998 4runner wheels on a 1984 4X4 Toyota truck?

Asked by Mar 22, 2013 at 09:35 AM about the 1984 Toyota Pickup

Question type: Car Customization

I have wheels from a  1998 4runner that I would like to use on a 1984 Toyota 4X4 truck. The rear whewels are fine. On the front end of the truck the 98 wheels hit the steering components.

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Bad move! you don't want to be doin it up like that. At high speed are GUARANTEED to be out-of-balance with an non-OEM git-up like that...man, just trade them for ones that'll fit correctly from your local wrecker...them's right guys and will deal-

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How bad is it hitting? I would not go any larger than 20mm (3/4") with a spacer. You will need longer studs on the hub.

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