Rodeo wheels

Submitted: Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 11:04
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A quick question, are 15" Holden Rodeo 6 stud wheels the same stud pattern as LandCruiser/Patrol and are they interchangeable re offset etc ??

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Reply By: Bob Y. - Qld - Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 13:02

Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 13:02

While the stud pattern may fit (I don't know) and the offset is okay, I feel you would have trouble clearing the disc brake calipers.

Even 16" wheels only clear the calipers by about 10-15mm, and I've read on this site where blokes have ground some of the ridges off the calipers to make a particular wheel fit easily.


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Follow Up By: racinrob - Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 13:44

Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 13:44
Thanks Bob however that wouldn't be an issue, I want to replace the 265 70 r15 wheels on my trailer with something with a lower profile like 225 70 r15 Rodeo wheels.
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Reply By: Ross M - Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 16:49

Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 16:49
It all depends on what Landcruiser or Patrol.
While the stud pattern is 139.4mm PCD from memory, the offset on a 60 series is around neg30mm and the 80 series is close to zero and the Patrol is different again.

If you are fitting them to a trailer it will mean a lot, as the closeness of the tyre on the inner side and it's clearance to the body of the trailer is important. As the axle goes up on one side the wheel leans in (if beam axle) and insufficient negative offset ie too much positive will make the tyre hit the body.
Conversely if you have too much negative then the tyre/wheel will be outside the guards and draw attention from certain authorities.

Later rodeo had +38mm offset rims and some Toyotas are - ve 30mm, so a change from one to the other will make the tyre 60mm inwards or outwards depending on the items changed.
On both wheels it would mean a track width change of 120mm. This is the maximums, but you need to check offsets carefully as rim size and tyre size may mot be the only factor to consider.
Also consider the where the tyre /wheel combination sits in relation to the inner bearing of your hub as it is usually the one which bears the majority of load and is usually situated about the centre of the rim width.

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Follow Up By: Ross M - Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 16:51

Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 16:51
+38mm to -30 is actually more than 60mm difference but selected for approximate reasons.
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