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Just about to complete restoration of my  RN90 2wd extra cab Hilux.... and I'm on the last glitch .. aarrgghh... I'm failing to find out this;

What size rims/tyres I can legally put on my car. 

Will Ford 12 slot rims fit.. can I legally put 15" rims on it, 16" rims even?

Help.... Google gives me nothing, and I can't read the plate on the door!!!!!

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I find RedBook useful for specification information. I am fairly confident going from 14" rim to 16" rim should be legal provided rims and tyres do not protrude from the guards. After finding another URL, looks like a vehicle modification limitation is lifting the vehicle less than 50mm. Definitely best to contact your local Dept. of Transport and confirm what rim size etc. that you can legally fit.





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Previously seen this video and had not paid that much attention to it as I am very much a sedan driver.

Certainly something to consider if you are raising the centre of gravity of your vehicle. Ground clearance is nice but not if it compromises safety.


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That's a completely different model, there was no mention of raising it and the rims the OP is enquiring about are 5 stud which suggests that is it a commercial sedan height ute rather than a lifted ute as they are 6 stud.

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Also consider checking with your insurance company their policies/practices about changes to the wheel size. From personal experience, my existing insurer [at that time] would accept/consider only a 1" wheel diameter change and another insurer would readily accept a 2" wheel diameter increase from standard. 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Any thing with a 5x 114.3 PCD Ford stud pattern.

Falcon, Territory, Nissan X-Trail,

I was running rims off a Kluger on mine 16 x 7 and they exceeded the Load rating required,

If you do put rims from a Falcon on even though they are the correct stud pattern beware of the larger centre hole on the ford compared to the hilux, you will need eccentric rings ( readily avail ) to take up the difference otherwise all the weight of your ute will be on the studs not on the hub

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4 minutes ago, CONROD said:

That's the word I was lookin for, :blush:

Thanks Champ

No worries.

The rest of the info was good, but an eccentric ring would make for a very...interesting ride. 😂

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