If marlin doesn't have it, I got mine from High angle driveline. The design for the Toyota Pickup and 4Runner Bumpers are no exception. I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say the triple drilled flange is not for a Taco. If you know that I missed a car or one of these wheels is known not to fit on a Toyota Pickup let me know and I can add or take off from this list. A great part of the bumpers are the driving light mounting tabs and tow points.
Just got a couple pictures of the wheels I picked up yesterday. Mounting to factory front bumper mounts and for extra rigidity, directly to the front of the frame. So far that list seemed to look correct but the only thing is this does not take the backspacing into consideration. Or am I just working under the wrong assumption that everything on the 4Runner is original? So even though it says 5x114. I found a pretty good site that had all the wheel patterns.
Ive seen 0 offset rims all the way up to +38 offset fit and look good but it depends on rim width, rim lip, etc which all effects backspacing numbers. Hopefully that will fix my hub fitment issue. Each bumper is prepared first by shot blasting, priming with a zinc chromate, then sprayed with a strong black powder coat and oven cured providing a long, lasting maintenance-free finish. Should I source an original flange? New ones New verse old What it looks like on the rear with no spacer and stock ride height. I'm mostly trying to figure out where I went wrong which was just not calling up Marlin, telling them what I'm working with and then buying their product and trying figure out just how many different stock drive line variations there for my own simple curiosity.
Measuring backspacing and then adding the offset is easy there are a few sites that explain it all but if you dont know what all the numbers mean it really doesnt help. I was looking into getting some new wheels and I looked up the bolt pattern for the Toyota Pickup. I'd also like to make sure that when I drop another two Jacksons on a part that I've got the right one. Were off a Lexus is300. I'm working with an '85 4Runner. Shopping cart will not be exactly correct on shipping price, please call or email for correct shipping cost.
Does anyone definitely sell a flange that will work? For Sale: New Sky Off-Road triple drilled flange. Oh, I know it doesn't fit And I know I'll have to just buy a different flange or source an original one. Perhaps my avatar has muddled the waters; the Taco is my daily driver and not the issue. I do believe that is the ticket. Appears the triple drilled flange isn't for a Taco. Was it the one that you sent in? I started on a list of just 5x114. So do I have the wrong triple drilled flange? I did a quick search to see what other cars had the same bolt pattern.
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