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  1. Car Parts for Sale
    These are take-offs, these are NOT reconditioned or refurbished. Quantity: Full set (4 wheels) Manufacturer Part Number: 4261107160 Rim Diameter: 19" Rim Width: 8" Bolt Pattern: 114.3mm Type: Factory OEM Number of Bolts: 5 Offset: 45mm Selling because I went with a different set of wheels for...
  2. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    I have a 2015 Camry XLE V6 with 17 inch stock wheels. I want to replace them, looking at 225/40 R19 tires/wheels. Will these work with stock suspension without rubbing or interference? Edit: I bought the 225/40 R19 wheels and they fit great with no issues!
  3. Toyota C-HR
    Hello everyone! I'm new to this forum, My wife ad I purchased a new 2021Toyota CHR XLE. So far so good, but we did have a small water leaing problem from behind the ac unit. Any way, the dealer took care of that, but we're are looking for new rims and tires. We're not crazy with the rim on this...
  4. Venza Gen1 (2009-2016)
    Hi all, my wife was told that although her tires' thread is fine, since the tires are 11 years old, they need to be replaced. So if the tred/thread on the tires is fine, why do they need to be replaced? Do tires come with an expiry date or something? thanks
  5. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    I have my 99 Toyota Camry le 2.2 with 14inch rims I bought 15 inch rims. What tire size should I go to, to keep the speedo accurate? From what I’m reading 205/60/15 seems to be the ideal size. But before I buy tires I want to make sure I’m buying the right size that will work for my car.
  6. General Automotive Discussion
    Hi everyone! I am conducting a survey for school about which attributes customers value the most when buying tires. I would really appreciate all answers regarding the picture above! It would also be a great help if you told why you chose a certain option. Thank you for your help!
  7. Corolla 11th Gen Sedan 2014-19, Scion iM 2016-18
    Question to the guys who know stuff about wheels and tires. So I bought some 2020 Toyota Supra rims off this dude for the low and I understood they were a different bolt pattern and the rears are 19x10 and the fronts are 19x9. Question is what size tires should I put on them? I know I have to...
  8. Highlander 2nd Generation (2008-2013)
    Im due for tires soon and I am thinking about switching to Toyo Open Country A/T III tires - Open Country A/T III | The All-Terrain Tires for Trucks, SUVs and CUVs I have previously used Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza tires on my 08 Highlander which have treated me fine in the past... that said...
  9. Car Parts for Sale
    I am selling a set of four (4) 18x8 (45mm) RAYS Gram Lights 57Transcend Rev Limit Edition wheels (5x100 lug pattern) with 57Transcend carbon fiber center caps mounted on a set of Continental Extreme Contact Sport 215/40ZR18 tires. I still have the original boxes with their certificates of...
  10. Highlander 3rd Generation (2014-2019)
    I had seen general recommendation in the RV world about replacing your passenger car tires with light truck rated tires as they are designed to more easily carry weight. Does anyone have experience one way or another with this question?
  11. Corolla 9th Gen/1st Gen Matrix (2003-2008)
    My current tire setup is a 225/45/17 front and a 215/45/17 in the rear, both +45 offset. Anyone know the widest sizes I can fit front and rear? I might do a larger rim in the rear with a square size, so that the front rim is maxed and the rear is stretched, to get a proper flush. I do not want poke
  12. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    I got snow tires and I need a half inch lift on it. The rears are hitting the struts, but the fronts are fine... any recommendations?
  13. Avalon 4th Generation (2013-2018)
    I thought I'd post what changes I noticed after a tire size change on my 2013 Avalon XLE Touring. For context, I've owned this car for nearly two years and it had new Yokohama Envigor 225/45R18 95W tires on it when I purchased it until a couple of days ago. The drive feel had always been very...
  14. Camry 8th Generation (2018+)
    Hello, i have a 2018 camry xse. I had to decrease the wheel size to 18’ because the road conditions in my home town are really bad and i wanted to have a bigger tire profile so I don't put so much pressure on it while I'm driving down some rough street. i’ll go straight to the point. I want to...
  15. Corolla 12th Gen (Hatch 2019+/Sedan 2020+)
    Been lurking a long time, great forum. Considering replacing my '02 Accord 2dr v6 190k+ with a Corolla (likely 2021, not ready yet). Likely most interested in the sedan SE CVT. (Possibly would consider HB but also notice they seem to always be in much lower supply.) I would definitely want the...
  16. Car Parts for Sale
    NAME: Dan LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA EMAIL: send me a PM PAYMENT PREFERENCE: Cash DESCRIPTION (CAR, YEAR, OTHER): All parts from a 2020 Corolla Hatchback SE Front Suspension Parts: $400 OBO Includes both front shocks with springs and top mounts without nuts. Removed from car at 1000 miles. Part...
  17. Tacoma 1st Generation (1995.5–2004)
    Hi I have a 99 Tacoma Prerunner V6, just changed the rack and pinion, upper and lower ball joints, and outer tie rods. And mounted 4 new tires. After all that the steering is way too easy to turn and the truck feels unstable at higher speeds. I've quadruple-checked everything to make its not...
  18. Corolla 9th Gen/1st Gen Matrix (2003-2008)
    Hello. I purchased my 2004 Matrix XRS new in 2004 and have 115,000 km. I recently moved from the city to rural area with gravel roads. I love my car and would prefer to keep it, but it is not loving the deep gravel, mud and snow conditions that exist in the country. Any suggestions to lift it...
  19. Supporting Vendor Sales
    For Memorial Day, we’ve set up a great new promo : Save 15% off all new tires from today until the end of May (Sunday 31st) For the next few days only, you can save $$$ on some of the top brands and some of the most popular tires models running on Toyota vehicles today. At Tirescanner, you'll...
  20. Supporting Vendor Sales
    If you've seen our website or read our reviews, you'll know our prices are already extremely competitive, up to 40% lower than national chain stores. But since we’re new here, we want to give you guys an extra discount so we’ve put together a special 15% promo, for a limited time only. Here’s...
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