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2005 tacoma rims

will a set of 16'' rims off a 2005 toyota tacoma trd sport fit a 1999 nissan frontier 4x4? i think my lug pattern is 6 on 5.5.
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no toyota 6 lug and nissan 6 lug are different. however, the gm 6 lug and nissan 6 lug are the same.

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I thought GM has a 108 mm center bore.
if you run them on your nissan, they will be run as lug centric instead of hub centric.

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My rims are off of a mid 90s taco. not sure about the newer ones fitting on a 1st gen though.
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Taco rims on a Frontier?? Heresy!
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Ha I know I felt the same way until I saw them on it and they were $100 with a decent set of All Terrain T/As on them.
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Did you use the stock Nissan nuts to attach the Toyota rims? Heard you needed special lug nuts because the lug centric holes on the wheel were different from Toyota to Nissan.
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I think that they will fit. The bolt patterns are the same. Frontiers did not go to 4.5" or 114.3mm till the 2005, while toyotas stayed with the 5.5". The bores might not be right, in which case you would need a hub centric ring if the toyota bore is large that the nissan. This might not even matter as someone pointed out that he thinks they are lug centric and not hub centric.

The lugs nuts might be different too depended on the design of the wheel itself. Recently put on some Toyota alloy wheels (for the family RAV4) that used a lug nut with a flat captured washer. The stock rims used standard "acorn" nuts with the tapered interface.

Was out wheelin many years ago with an older nissan truck (the 720? pre hardbody), and a tacoma. Blew out two tires in a cry creek bed. Used the spare for the Taco. Drove 100 miles out including highway. Worked fine.

I personally think they will fit.

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Looks like NIssan is lug-centric, and I know Toyota is from personal experience. Nissan and Toyota apparently use different pitch threads on their wheel studs, so I'd have to stay with Nissan lug nuts. Hoping they mate to the TOyota rims well. Searching for 16" Nissan rims for my '03 Frontier proved unsuccessful. More tire options in the 16" rim size.
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Had a look at the Nissan lug nuts. The studs are 12mmx1.25 pitch, the nuts are acorn with a 60* taper, same taper as Toyota. The stock lug nuts should work on Toyota steel rims.
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