The following list only includes 6 stud on 139.7mm PCD wheels. The Triton is lucky in that the centre bore is the smallest in the market- all rims in 6 stud 139.7 PCD will fit (subject to other constraints)
Note that the triton rims are "stud centric" use the studs to centre and hold the wheel, such that the hub is not weight loading- but different rims require different wheel nuts- make sure the correct type is used.
BUT.....new info regarding steel rims and alloy rims in VSB14
Replacement wheels must be designed for the particular hub/axle and have the same bolt/stud pitch circle diameter and the same centre location method. The wheel nuts or bolts must have the same tapers as the wheel. Wheels with slotted bolt/stud holes must not be used.
Replacement aluminium alloy rims must be located on the hub/axle by the same diameter centre spigot as the original wheel, using suitable adaptor rings where necessary.
Wheel nuts and bolts must have a thread engagement length at least equal to the thread diameter, except where specified otherwise by the vehicle manufacturer.
Wheel spacers (or adaptors for dual wheel conversions) between the wheel mounting face and the road wheel must not be used unless fitted as original equipment by the vehicle manufacturer.
Modifications to disc brake callipers, hubs and suspension and steering components to enable the fitting of replacement wheels must not be undertaken.
To use this list successfully, you need to do the following:
1. Look up the wheel size and offset for your current vehicle. (note: If you have a GlX you can change to wider wheels. In this case, use the next model up as a point of reference- this may require flares)
2. Look down the list and find the wheel(s) with the same offset or lower.
Note the lower the number the wider the track
3. The wheel diameter and width is then up to you. There are various things to consider when choosing diameter and width, so I won't go further into this here.
4. Make sure you double check with the tyre shop or search through New Triton for other members who have successfully made a swap.
The list is currently incomplete. Please advise if you have something to add (including any corrections) and I will maintain this first post.
Originally Posted by New Triton Team (Disclaimer )
NewTriton wishes to make clear that the information contained here may be incorrect and or out-of-date, confirmation of rim specifications and suitability should be obtained from the manufacturers website or local reseller prior to purchase. Hereafter, you the reader, acknowledge that the use of this information is at your own risk and modifications using this information may not be legal under the Australian and or State Road Traffic Acts.
What offset means
GLX- steel or alloy 16x6.0 ET46
VR- Alloy 16x7.0 ET38
GLX-r alloy16x7.0 ET38
GLX-r alloy (MY2009- after april 2008) 17x7.0 ET38
GL-r Alloy 17x7.0 ET38
GLX-r Alloy 17x7.5 ET38
Challenger PB (2010 on)1
7" x 7.5" ET38
Base model has a 16" x 7" (+38)
LS model has 17" x 7.5" (+38)
NM, NS, NT
factory alloy or steel 17x7.5 ET46
Toyota Prado Standard Rims
Steel and Alloy 16x7.0" 4wd26 265/75/16
Fitted with 265/75/16 tyres these fit into the guards very nicely, and come out flush with the outside edge of the flare on the GLX-r.
GX/Standard 17x6" ET15
GXL+ 17x7.5 ET30
GX 17x6.5" ET15
GXL 17x7.5" ET25
VX+ 18x7.5" ET25
Other Vehicles with a 6-stud Pattern
Landcruiser 80 and 79 series utes
17x7.5" ET10 ????
16x7.5" ET 38
Nissan Patrol (GU)
17x8.0" ET10 Hicko 265/65/17
The wheels fit under the flared guards but the tyres that are on stick out passed about 15-20mm
Great Wall V240
Nissan Navara D22
NOTE- Nissan navara D40 and Pathfinder (latest models) WILL NOT FIT- different/ smaller PCD- even though 6 studs
Aftermarket Manfacturers & Rim Styles
CSA - multiple choices CSA fitment guide Triton Check also "Prado" for additional offset choices nearer to zero offset
CSA Stampede 16x7 ET20 Stampede clicky
NowForThe5th wrote:Widens stance a little bit, fits just inside wheel arches with 265/70/R16 tyres.
ROH Trojan Trojan Clicky Note no offset material on website
ROH RTX RTX Clicky Note no offset material on website
Speedy Grande Grande II clicky
Speedy Avalanche Avalanche clicky
Speedy Flame Flame Clicky
16x8.0" ET zero
4wd26 wrote:factory alloys from the Japanese manufactures are made very strong- buggers won't give a load ratings though.
some of the steel- sunrasia rims are only rated quite low
thats lower than the tyre rating required for the triton
should be up around 1200kg