Can I put 15" rims on my 95 Tacoma which has 14" stock?
I'd like to put 15" rims on because I can get 6 ply tires for them (I drive allot of
unpaved rough roads), and for my current 14" rims the highest they make is 4
ply. Would there be any problem with doing that, and does anyone have
experience with that?
There should be no problem as long as you have the same bolt pattern. If your lucky you have the 6 lug nut rims. If so any 6 lug nut rims will fit, a newer 4runner, tacoma, tundra. I do it all the time, I get a lot of 96-2000 4runners and I'll but on the newere 17'' Tacoma rims, makes it look a lot newer and cooler! Also if you can you could put 17" if you like. Get 17 take off rims and tire from jeep for real cheap and switch the tires. *Toyota tries to make their parts interchangeable. if it is the 5 lug nut, then a toyota 5 lug nut should fit, but double check. I've seen your Tacoma with Scion Tc rims, actually doesn't look to bad! It's called bolt pattern and most makes will try to stick with the same bolt pattern. their are usually 2 different bolt pattern per rim for most cars.
It has a 5 lug pattern. I've heard that if you put bigger rims on that you have to have a shorter side wall so the overall tire size is the same. Is that true or can the tires + wheels be 1 to 2" bigger than stock?
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