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Rick89GTS
09-05-2006, 03:53 AM
What is the offset for the stock 15 x 6" 1992 GT rims?
They look like this:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v251/Rick89GTS/92GTrim.jpg

celica9303
09-05-2006, 07:05 AM
i believe it is 39

alltracman78
09-05-2006, 12:35 PM
I dont' know what it is, but it will be the same as the Alltrac and GTS wheels...

david in germany
09-05-2006, 12:48 PM
Most are ET 36. You should be able to read it on the inside or under the center cap. :)

Fuelish
09-05-2006, 01:49 PM
On a side note, why do you suppose Toyota spec'ed 15" wheels for GT, yet 14" wheels for GT 'vert ??? I have a '92 GT 'vert, and the factory 205/60 14 tires seem pretty rare these days (not to mention that more than one tire website claims my car came with 205/65's...but the placard on the car states 205/60....oh, well) The previous owner had new tires on the car when I bought it, but they're the wrong size - 195/70's .....a lil taller/narrower than should be...so my speedo/odometer is off by several percent. But I guess my gas mileage will be slightly better with the taller tires, so will run 'em 'til I need new and not worry about it, I guess. :(
What is the offset for the stock 15 x 6" 1992 GT rims?

extremeskillz
09-05-2006, 02:48 PM
mine came with 215/50/15, dunlops too. depends on your car and trim options.

alltracman78
09-06-2006, 12:52 AM
On a side note, why do you suppose Toyota spec'ed 15" wheels for GT, yet 14" wheels for GT 'vert ??? I have a '92 GT 'vert, and the factory 205/60 14 tires seem pretty rare these days (not to mention that more than one tire website claims my car came with 205/65's...but the placard on the car states 205/60....oh, well) The previous owner had new tires on the car when I bought it, but they're the wrong size - 195/70's .....a lil taller/narrower than should be...so my speedo/odometer is off by several percent. But I guess my gas mileage will be slightly better with the taller tires, so will run 'em 'til I need new and not worry about it, I guess. :(

I didn't think 14"s fit on the front brakes.....
For Alltracs and 92/93 ST184.

celica9303
09-06-2006, 04:22 AM
the vert came stock with 14"s, why? beats me but it did ( once i get a good pic of my car ill try and post a pic of the wheels)

kenaneu
09-06-2006, 09:39 AM
On a side note, why do you suppose Toyota spec'ed 15" wheels for GT, yet 14" wheels for GT 'vert ??? I have a '92 GT 'vert, and the factory 205/60 14 tires seem pretty rare these days (not to mention that more than one tire website claims my car came with 205/65's...but the placard on the car states 205/60....oh, well) The previous owner had new tires on the car when I bought it, but they're the wrong size - 195/70's .....a lil taller/narrower than should be...so my speedo/odometer is off by several percent. But I guess my gas mileage will be slightly better with the taller tires, so will run 'em 'til I need new and not worry about it, I guess. :(
Interesting. My 91 GT (non-vert) has 14" rims on it... soon to be retired for something nicer looking!

Galcobar
09-07-2006, 03:11 AM
92-93 versions of the GT and GTS got the 275mm front brake rotors that came on all years of the fifth-gen All-trac, wheras 90-91 5SFE-equipped models had the 255mm front rotors. Thus, larger wheels required on the later years.

Rick89GTS
09-07-2006, 05:29 AM
You bastards hijacked my thread!!! j/k ;)

Fuelish
09-07-2006, 11:35 AM
You bastards hijacked my thread!!! j/k ;)
Sorry, man....was off work....might've been drinkin'....or somethin' ;)

Rick89GTS
09-07-2006, 11:45 PM
Haha, that's cool, I was just joking around :)