okay so i have a 91 2wd pickup and i just got a deaaallll on some boyd coddington wheels, they came off a chevy malabu (5 X 4.75) and i need them to go on my truck... ive heard about spacers and something about hubcentric.. what is hubcentric? can anyone give me some sites with spacers to do this?
To put a 5x4.75" rim on your 5x4.5" truck you'll need an adapter, not a spacer.
Hub-centric means the center-hole of the rim locates the rim correctly, rather than the lug nuts (lug-centric). The center hole is the exact size if the hub for a tight fit. Most alloy rims are hub-centric while most steel rims are lug-centric (they use tapered lug nuts).
Most after market rims have a larger center hole to make them fit more vehicles with the same bolt pattern.
As far as where to get, GOOGLE and you'll find a lot of sources.
adapter for toyotas are tough because since the adapters people sell are usually generic (one bolt pattern to the other) id dish out a little extra dough for hubcentric adapters, you can even get them cut for your exact truck at some places. shop around and make sure you're getting a quality product.
i would guess you'll be spending between 150 and 300 for 4 adapters with lugs