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Toyota Solara
II
2004 - 2008
Toyota Solara II Coupe

Coupe, 2d

Toyota Solara II Convertible

Convertible, 2d

Toyota Solara
I Facelift
2002 - 2003
Toyota Solara I Facelift Coupe

Coupe, 2d

Toyota Solara I Facelift Convertible

Convertible, 2d

Toyota Solara
I
1999 - 2001
Toyota Solara I Coupe

Coupe, 2d

Toyota Solara I Convertible

Convertible, 2d


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    dan September 5, 2021 02:25
    i cant find 6x16 rims for my solara. will 6.5x16 fit and look normal or will they be to wide
  • John September 6, 2021 05:50
    Hi,dan,You can use 16*6.5
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    dan September 6, 2021 13:28
    Thanks John, would i use the same offset as the factory wheels (+45) or would it make sense to add a few mm to compensate for the wider tire (like possibly an offset of 50mm). I just dont want the wheels to stick out any further than stock.
  • John September 7, 2021 08:33
    Hi,dan,You can use factory rims offset and if you want to add more mm,the size should be within 5mm.
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    Bob March 24, 2021 21:41
    I have a 2000 Solara SLE V6 and would like to change my tire size on the original alloy wheels to 225/55/16. I think it will look better, but does anyone know if this would be a problem?
  • John March 25, 2021 15:27
    Hi,Bob,225/55/16 is compatible with the stock 2000 Solara tires.
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    • Created: 6 years ago
    • By ugochukwu

    How many amps battery does a solara use

    How many amps battery does a solara use

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      • Answered: 4 years, 9 months ago
      • By Rickie Beswick

      can the 16in rims that came off the 2005 camry fits the toyota salara 2004

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      • Created: 4 years, 11 months ago
      • By dave

      I am really curious. I asked for a more …

      I am really curious. I asked for a more narrow tire the last time I replaced to allow it to deal with snow better. Getting ready to replace tires again and looked at them and it is 205/65r 15. Same as origianl specs Yet my spedometer reads 3% too high. I thought it was too narrow tires Apparently not so. What gives

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        • Answered: 4 years, 11 months ago
        • By John

        Hi,Dave,For changing tires,The spedometer depend on the diameter of your new tire,not just the width of tires.If you use the same size as original tires,you can check the tire aspect ratio,if it is bigger,The tire diameter will increase.

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        • Created: 4 years, 9 months ago
        • By Rickie Beswick

        can the 2005 camry 16 in rims fit the …

        can the 2005 camry 16 in rims fit the 2004toyota salara se v6 17 in.

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          • Answered: 4 years, 9 months ago
          • By John

          Hi,Rickie Beswick,Yes,The factory rims for Salara is 16''

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          • Created: 3 years, 3 months ago
          • By bob

          will the rims off a 2002 Toyota solara fit …

          will the rims off a 2002 Toyota solara fit a 2000 Toyota solara?

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            • Created: 2 years ago
            • By Tommie

            Can 20" rims fit on 2007 toyota Solora sport.

            Can 20" rims fit on 2007 toyota Solora sport.

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              • Answered: 2 years ago
              • By John

              Hi,Tommie,The stock rims size is 17'',So you can use 20''

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              • Created: 1 year, 4 months ago
              • By Stephane

              Il want a no what Hub size for a …

              Il want a no what Hub size for a toyota solara 2017

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