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The stock lug pattern: 5x114.3mm (AKA-> 5x4.5 inches)
Lug bore/center bore: 60.1mm
--Significant for the use of hubcentric rings when mounting aftermarket rims (and also making sure a wheels centering hole isn't too small for a second gen xB).

Original steel wheels (steelies): 16x6.5 45mm offset
Weight: around 20-22 pounds (have heard varying reports and have not weighed one accurately)
--Weight is rim ONLY. Tires are heavy too.

Original tire size: 205/55/16 (205mm face, 55 side ratio, fits on 16 inch rims)

Overall rolling diameter: 631.9mm
It is "best" for accuracy of the speedometer, odometer, and on-board computer readings (like MPG) to be as close to that overall diameter as possible.
The best chart for that is: http://newscionxb.com/wheels_tires/e...art-t23.0.html
Try to stay in the greens.

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I have an 08 xb with 18
' wheels and my speedo is showing about 3mph faster what might I do to correct?I used a gps to ck.
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I have an 08 xb with 18
' wheels and my speedo isshowing about 3mph faster what might I do to correct?I used a gps to ck.
What size rubber are you running?
The tires make a huge difference in altering the mph computer readings.
Use this chart: http://newscionxb.com/wheels_tires/e...art-t23.0.html
Use the sizes in green and it should be close to the MPH in the computer.
(Whether the computer is programed slightly higher than actual, I don't know-> some vehicles are.)

The sizes closest to stock (according to that chart) are:
215/40/18 (reads -0.2575 mph off)
225/40/18 (reads 0.4991 mph off)


(Mods, please break these posts into its own thread, keeping the first post in this one cleaner and to the point-> technical info. Edit: move this post to the new thread that asks the exact same thing.)

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Hi gang:
long time no see, been workin' 7 days a week, I know thats a good thing in this economy. I have thought about trading the 08 xb for an 09 xd. Will my snow tires & rims from the xb fit the xd I noticed that the xd has 16" wheels & the specs are close, the lug pattern and offset would probably be the deal breaker. I have $330. into the rims and $350. into the snows so I probably wont do the trade if they dont match. I like the standard tranny but living on the coast has a serious drawback , traffic jams in the summer. so if I get an auto tranny it would be less painful in the bumper to bumper stuff after work.

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I think the xD matches the tC with 5x100 lugs.
The xB2 has 5x114.3, the same as many Toyotas.

So, the tC or xD won't match/fit the xB2.
I don't know why Toyota didn't make all 3 match.

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I weighed an OEM wheel and tire - 41 lbs. After converting to a Enkei ES6 (16x7), spec'ed at 19 lbs, my wheel+tire weighed 42 lbs. Ugh! Conclude that the OEM wheel is 18 lbs. Confirmed this by weighing a bare wheel. Any market for the OEM steel wheels?
Wish I had selected a lighter wheel.
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so if i were to buy 17" wheels, and i dont want the wheels to stick out too far or be in too deep! so a 45-40 offset would be good?!?

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It really depends on the width.
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The stock lug pattern: 5x114.3mm (AKA-> 5x4.5 inches)
Lug bore/center bore: 60.1mm
--Significant for the use of hubcentric rings when mounting aftermarket rims (and also making sure a wheels centering hole isn't too small for a second gen xB).

Original steel wheels (steelies): 16x6.5 45mm offset
Weight: around 20-22 pounds (have heard varying reports and have not weighed one accurately)
--Weight is rim ONLY. Tires are heavy too.

Original tire size: 205/55/16 (205mm face, 55 side ratio, fits on 16 inch rims)

Overall rolling diameter: 631.9mm
It is "best" for accuracy of the speedometer, odometer, and on-board computer readings (like MPG) to be as close to that overall diameter as possible.
The best chart for that is: EddNog's xB 2.0 Wheel & Tire Chart - Scion xB Forum : 2nd Gen Scion XB Forums
Try to stay in the greens.

I weighed my steelies thursday at 20.2 lbs each. so my new motegi racing ff7 wheels weigh less at 19.0 lbs, not much but it is less


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