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Yes direct bolt on. These rims are from 2008 Toyota Highlander Sport and they have the same bolt pattern 5x114.3 and 60.1 center bore.
The rims are 7.5J×19 +35 offset and give you very nice stance.
The only downside is that they are very heavy. Each rim/tire weights 67lb vs. 53lb for the stock 18s.
56lb difference per set of 4 is a huge difference considering it's unsprung weight. View attachment 510516 View attachment 510517 View attachment 510520 View attachment 510522 View attachment 510523
Any rubbing? looks really tight on the front wheel well, maybe its the angle of the picture? I really like the wheels/stance. Do they stay balanced? What are you doing for a spare?. Thanks.....
 

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Good eye. Yes it was really tight in the front wheel well and was rubbing front oem mudflaps so I had to remove them. I had them on for a few months during the winter while going to play in the snow. They were very heavy and I didn't want any risk of putting and extra load and wear to the drive train and suspension components so I have replaced them with 245 65 17 Falken Wildpeak A/T Trail tires on 17" WRX rims. As of the spare I only had an OEM spare tire at the time but planning to get a full size spare soon.
 

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Yes direct bolt on. These rims are from 2008 Toyota Highlander Sport and they have the same bolt pattern 5x114.3 and 60.1 center bore.
The rims are 7.5J×19 +35 offset and give you very nice stance.
The only downside is that they are very heavy. Each rim/tire weights 67lb vs. 53lb for the stock 18s.
56lb difference per set of 4 is a huge difference considering it's unsprung weight. View attachment 510516 View attachment 510517 View attachment 510520 View attachment 510522 View attachment 510523
I know Toyota shares the same bolt pattern but I thought they use a flat seat lug nut?


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I know Toyota shares the same bolt pattern but I thought they use a flat seat lug nut?


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Yes correct. I had to buy a set of 12x1.25 flat seat lug nuts from ebay.
Was also told this size and shape is used for certain Nissans
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