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Toyota Avalon
IV Facelift
2016 - 2017
Toyota Avalon IV Facelift Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
IV
2012 - 2015
Toyota Avalon IV Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
III Facelift
2011 - 2012
Toyota Avalon III Facelift Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
III
2005 - 2010
Toyota Avalon III Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
XX10 Facelift  [AUDM]
2003 - 2005
Toyota Avalon XX10 Facelift Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
XX10  [AUDM]
2000 - 2003
Toyota Avalon XX10 Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
II
2000 - 2005
Toyota Avalon II Saloon

Saloon

Toyota Avalon
I
1995 - 2000
Toyota Avalon I Saloon

Saloon


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    • Created: 2 years, 2 months ago
    • By mevrm

    Originals Toyota Avalon 2014 wheels are 17x7

    My Originals Toyota Avalon 2014 wheels are 17x7. I Replaced for 17x7.5 . Is that OK for my original tires size P215/55R17 and for the ride and miles per gallons on my car? Thank you .

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      • Created: 2 years ago
      • By joe

      2007 Toyota Avalon recommeded tires

      I have a 2007 Toyota Avalon with 18 inch wheels and tires 225/45 zr18. What is the replacement tire recommended and what is the proper speed rating?

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        • Answered: 2 years ago
        • By John

        Hi,Joe.For your car,The replacement tire is P225/45R18.The RIM is 18 inch.You can also use 17 inch rims.But the tire is P215/55r17.

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        • Created: 9 months, 1 week ago
        • By john

        The 2016 Toyota Avalon Limited comes with 18 inch ...

        The 2016 Toyota Avalon Limited comes with 18 inch wheels, but I see that 17inch are an option.l What are the advantages/disadvantages of each. The Toyota booklet states that the 18in may need replacing in 24,000 miles. Sounds bad. So why does that model come with 18 in. wheels?.

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          • Created: 6 months, 3 weeks ago
          • By Glenn

          What brands of cars will bolt straight on to ...

          What brands of cars will bolt straight on to an Avalon 03

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            • Answered: 6 months, 3 weeks ago
            • By John

            HI,Glenn,There are many car models can fit for Avalon 03.Like camry and corolla.It is 5*114.3

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            • Created: 6 months ago
            • By felix

            I want a bigger wheel say R17 or R18. ...

            I want a bigger wheel say R17 or R18. What sizes of tires do I need for both

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              • Created: 6 months ago
              • By felix

              I want a bigger wheel say R17 or R18 ...

              I want a bigger wheel say R17 or R18 for my 2001 toyota avalon. What sizes of tires do I need for both

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                • Answered: 5 months, 4 weeks ago
                • By John

                Hi,Felix,For 17'' rims,you can try 215/55/17 or 235/45/17.For 18'' rims,you can try 215/50/18

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                • Created: 5 months ago
                • By Aday

                I have wheels 18 with tire in very good ...

                I have wheels 18 with tire in very good condition
                I want to replace it with 17
                If someone wants exchange call me 208 353 4308

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                  • Created: 5 months ago
                  • By Dl

                  Can a size 16 Avalon rim fit a tahoe

                  Can a size 16 Avalon rim fit a tahoe

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                    • Created: 4 months, 1 week ago
                    • By Robbie

                    What is the original lug nut OEM for at ...

                    What is the original lug nut OEM for at 2006 Toyota Avalon Limited. The list shows an A which is a regular nut like you would put behind a hub cap, a B which has a wash attaches, C has no washer and D has a small shaft in front of a built in washer all one unit. Does it matter which rim you have?

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