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I was wondering if these wheels would fit on my 06 xb any help would be appreciated.
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Not without adapters to go from 4x100 to 5x??, the Toyota wheel is designed to fit a 54.1mm hub, so if these wheels have a larger bore, the adapters could be spun up to modify both that dimension and the stud count, but it's around 2 hours work with an Acuratool to do the turning, at least three times as much doing it manually, so the cheaper option would be to buy the wheels in a 4x100x54.1 at the correct offset, which is ET45 for a stock 15" wheel and factory spec 185/65%x15" tyre, ranging from ET37 to ET46 for other rim diameters and widths.

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Not without adapters to go from 4x100 to 5x??, the Toyota wheel is designed to fit a 54.1mm hub, so if these wheels have a larger bore, the adapters could be spun up to modify both that dimension and the stud count, but it's around 2 hours work with an Acuratool to do the turning, at least three times as much doing it manually, so the cheaper option would be to buy the wheels in a 4x100x54.1 at the correct offset, which is ET45 for a stock 15" wheel and factory spec 185/65%x15" tyre, ranging from ET37 to ET46 for other rim diameters and widths.
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Those looked as though they came off a TC !!!!
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