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Jonnish

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Thursday, January 11th 2018, 5:04pm

New wheels

Hi guys

I've pimped my 2015 FT with front and rear bumpers, roof rack and changed the spare tire to the rear bumper.

I'm concerned the extra weight when fully loaded for touring may be too much for the load capacity of the standard OEM wheels. As a result I want to change the wheels to something strong, maybe Dick Cepek or XD ranges. Powder coating is obviously much cheaper than a new set just to look cooler.

Toyota can't tell me what the load capacity of their wheels is and is not printed on the inside of the rim. Does anyone know what the load capacity is and am I over thinking the issue?



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Thursday, January 11th 2018, 7:53pm

Yip I’m also running stronger rims. The XD Crank wheels are rated just under 1200 kg each.

Oem rims in the 17’s are around 700kg to 850kg each.
It should say it inside the rim

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