New 2009 2010 Toyota Tundra 20 Inch Wheels
Toyota just announced a new set of 5-spoke 20″ rims for the 2009 and 2010 Tundra. They’re cast aluminum and machined for strength, and they’re available as an accessory from your local Toyota dealer.
We’re usually not big fans of buying OEM accessories – OEM’s (that’s orginal equipment manufacturers) tend to be quite a bit more expensive than the after market.
OEM dealers tend to be more a little more greedy as well.
However, these wheels have an MSRP of $1695. Considering the size and the quality, that’s a pretty fair price.
The recommended tire size is a P275/55R20 – we like options from Bridgestone (off-road) and Pirelli (not off-road).
The Bridgestones are the premium off-road option and they come with OWL sidewalls. They’re not cheap (about $225 each + shipping), but man are they nice.
The Pirellis aren’t made for off-road. They’re a highway tire really, but they offer good handling, a decent warranty, and a fair price ($189 per tire + shipping).
If you decide to contact your local dealer for a price for the wheels, here are the part numbers you’ll want to give them:
- PT758-34090 – Single machined star 5-spoke wheel
- PT385-34090-CC – single center cap
You’ll need four of each. If you’re replacing steel wheels, you’ll need to order the tire pressure monitoring system kit as well.
We also suggest that you request a wholesale discount on the wheels from your local dealer – try asking for 10% over cost. Understand that any dealership that sells you wheels for 10% over cost won’t accept any returns (so make darn sure you want them), but 10% over is a reasonable request for an expensive part like this. Some Toyota dealers, like ToyotaPartsCenter.net, offer this type of pricing online.
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