Hilux sunraysias fit courier ?

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Hilux sunraysias fit courier ?

Postby colly » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:01 pm

Hey guys just wondering if anyone knows if 6 stud sunraysias that came of a hilux would it fit an 01 courier , hoping to buy some from a guy but don't want to get them and be disappointed if they don't fit , cheers
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Postby nig » Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:29 pm

If by fit you mean bolt on, yes they probably will - ie 6 stud bolt patterns are all the same on japanese sourced trucks.

What you need to check though is the offset - that is where you might come unstuck.

So pop one of your wheels off - lay a straight-edge across the back of the rim (note rim, not tyre) and measure from the straight edge to the flange in the wheel centre. This is the back-space measurement. Do the same with the ones you are looking at, and if their measurement is less than or equal to your originals it will fit. Your offset is the difference between half you rim width and the backspace - if your backspace is less than half the width it is a negative offset, and if it is greater then it is positive. Legally you can go about 12mm more negative on your offsett without getting an engineer to approve it. Don't go any further on the positive side - it will wreck your stability and most likely have clearance issues.

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Postby colly » Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:14 pm

Cheers mate ill have a look at it tommorow , I thought that the lugs would be the same but I was searching and some things people were saying were making it a but sketchy , but thanks mate
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Postby colly » Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:16 pm

Oh and also do I measure just to the outside of the flange or right in the centre ? Cheers
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Postby Taziiy » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:06 pm

There are 2 types for the hilux too, there is the IFS rim and the solid axle rim IFS rim are not as deep on the inside
I just done a quick google search and came up with the following information this is a guide only.

MAKE....MODEL...YEAR...STUD...PCD...14X6...15X7...15X8...15X10...16X7...16X8...17X7
FORD...COURIER...97+......6.....139.7............10P.........................10P
..........4X2,4X4
Toyota...HI LUX...............6.....139.7............10P............................................10P
.........(INDEPEND SUSP)

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Postby nig » Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:50 pm

colly wrote:Oh and also do I measure just to the outside of the flange or right in the centre ? Cheers


Just like Taziiy's pictures show above - measure to the extreme outside of the rim
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Postby colly » Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:18 pm

Ok we'll I measured mine at it was 6 "
And the guy I'm buying them from are 5"
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Postby nig » Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:47 am

colly wrote:Ok we'll I measured mine at it was 6 "
And the guy I'm buying them from are 5"


Those numbers sound a bit big for anything that is generally available - what size rims are we talking about here - the size should be stamped on the rim - something like 16X7JJ for a 16" diameter 7" width.

This link might help you to decipher:
https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html#backspace
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