Alright, I have done some research all over the internet and all I have come across is a lot of opinions. I respect the opinions of ExPo members a lot more then those that I read, so . . . here's my problem:
I found a set rims and tires exactly what I have been looking for, 285/75s on American Racing Mojaves. The problem is the center hub hole is sized for a chevy (something like 80mm), My toyota T100 I believe needs a 108mm, lug pattern is the same. The price is pretty good, so if I can find a machine shop to enlarge the holes for around $100 for all, I would be happy.
What are your opinions on this?
Is it safe? They make rims that fit toyota's how would it be any different.
Would I have to put a clear coat over the fresh aluminum? would the teflon coating start chipping away?
Does any one have any experience with this?
Any help is greatly appreciated.