100 Series Rim Differences

Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 08:57

Member - Alex K (NSW)

Hi There Guys,

I have some 100 series rims in the old mans shed and I'm looking to find them a new home. Only problem is that i'm not sure if they fit non IFS 100 series as well as the later IFS models.

What there the signs to look for so I know which model they're from?

I have photos of them it that helps (not sure how to post them). They are 16x8 look like alloys, 5 stud.

Thanks,
Alex
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AnswerID: 206328   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:11

Member No 1 replied:

if steel I think they will fit all 100 series except turbo?
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FollowupID: 466228   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:16

Member - Alex K (NSW) posted:

But I think they're Alloy...

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FollowupID: 466231   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:29

Longreach posted:

They look like steel from here, but I don't know how to tell if they are for live axle or IFS.
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FollowupID: 466232   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:30

Member No 1 posted:

nope...standard steel rims for 100 series GXL
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how come they can't have a headache and sex at the same time

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FollowupID: 466264   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 12:23

hilux steve posted:

hi guys
these are 100 series RFS rims, they will not fit the IFS models, these wheels are as rare as hens teeth, i got 3 at home and im looking for a fourth, i cant find one anywhere without paying $150-$200 and i work in the parts dept. of a toyota dealership
hope this helps
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FollowupID: 466282   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 13:51

Geoff (Newcastle, NSW) posted:

Be quick, this is about market price, Rim and Tyre

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AnswerID: 206329   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:29

Geoff (Newcastle, NSW) replied:

Hi Alex,
First off, they are the standard Toyota factory steel wheels off a 100 Series wagon.

They look like they came off a live front axle model from the offset in the photo's.

Hope that helps,

If your keen to sell and not far from Newcastle we might be able to talk.

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FollowupID: 466233   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:31

Geoff (Newcastle, NSW) posted:

Oh, I forgot to add, the live front axle and IFS rims aren't interchangeable, legally.

The IFS rims will fit on a live axle but not the other way around.

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AnswerID: 206331   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:37

Member - Alex K (NSW) replied:

Thanks everyone for your quick replies. Maybe I should have taken a magnet to them to see if they were alloy first. I just made the assumption from their weight. That's assume the alloy rims don't have a high ratio of iron for a magnet to stick.
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AnswerID: 206333   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 09:46

Member - Phil G (SA) replied:

Alex,
They are 16x8 steel rims from a live axle 100series (1Hz and 4.5 petrol). They will NOT fit IFS (TD and V8)
They will also fit 78/79series LandCruisers.

Sell them to Geoff!

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AnswerID: 206376   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 13:40

Member - Alex K (NSW) replied:

I probably should have done my research first. I chucked them on ebay with the wrong description (nice one huh). Thought they weren't worth a great deal and would have very little demand being standard rims from the current model cruiser. I wish i'd put them up on the forum now if they are wanted. If anyone is interested there isn't much I can do, they'll probably go for a song. Special thanks to everyone who helped me work out what I was selling before i had a real bleep off customer.

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FollowupID: 466344   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 18:28

Member - Phil G (SA) posted:

Alex,
They are very popular - people like to use them on the 78/79series. A set of 4 usually go for over $600 on Ebay - you'll do well.

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FollowupID: 466472   Submitted: Thursday, Nov 23, 2006 at 10:36

nickmain posted:

Mate, I'm interested in taking them off your hands - PM or email me your price and we'll work it out.
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AnswerID: 206432   Submitted: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 20:13

daisygirl replied:

We found a set of five in a shed at Blackbutt that where still in their boxes and got the whole set for $60 so that was the deal (or steal) of the century. We had spent a couple of months prior to this looking and there was nothing in Australia at the time in May this year.
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