Top 5 rims for a Toyota 4Runner
January 5, 2022
Picking a set of rims can be challenging and daunting. Finding the perfect fitment and size is critical for your 4Runner. While there are tons of options to get your build started, these rims have been the top-selling rims from Toyota 4Runner owners like yourself.
1. Fuel Assault D576
This has been a very popular wheel all around, and for a great reason. Many sizes are available for this wheel option. This gives you a lot of customization if you'd rather have a small wheel, or rim, and a big tire.
Fuel Assault rims are offered as small as 17x8.5 and as large as 22x12. The Fuel Assault D576 spokes will poke out from the tire, which gives it a deep-dish look that is complemented with milled accents across the entire wheel. Overall the Fuel Assault is an exceptionally aggressive-looking wheel with a very affordable price tag of $956 a set.
This Toyota 4Runner 4WD is running Fuel Assault 20x9 +1 offset rims that are wrapped in275/55R20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2 tires. Along with the rims and tires, this build is running stock suspension that needs no trimming but has slight rubbing at full turn.
2. Ultra Hunter 203
This is another high-end popular selling wheel for just about any truck, especially the 4Runner.
If you love the deep dish design alongside the milled look, you may fall in love with this on your 4Runner.
Pro comp 6-7 inch full suspension lift, Headlights, fog lights, raptor lights, roof rack, sliders, ceramic coating, wheel lights. This 2015 Toyota 4Runner is running Ultra Hunter that are 20x10's with a -25 offset. These rims are wrapped in 33" x 12.5" Gladiator Qr9000-mt tires.
The Ultra Hunter is offered in sizes from 17x9 to 24x12, wheel size options can make or break an enthusiast's build. If these rims caught your eye, you won't have a problem finding the size that works best for your build.
The current colors offered are Satin Black, Chrome, and Gloss Black, all are great colors for almost any build, more importantly, the Ultra Hunter is an extremely affordable truck wheel starting at $824 a set.
It's important to note that gloss black is the only option that comes with the milled look on the wheel.
If you're going for an offroad build or show truck, we have seen the Ultra Hunter on every kind of build out there. If you'd like a deeper look into this wheel, the button below will bring you to our review.
3. Hostile Sprocket H108
With a five-inch lip and a midrange price, you can't go wrong with grabbing yourself a set of Hostile Sprockets.
While they're a bit more expensive than the last two sets of rims we talked about, these will offer bigger sizes starting at 20x9 and going as large as 24x14.
The customization is great, with colors being black, chrome, and black milled. This set will also have exposed lug nuts for those spiked lug nuts so many love to run on their builds.
The most affordable option for this setup starts out at $1664 a set. This is a bit more than the first two options but remembers you are buying a bigger wheel, so the price will rise a bit.
If you want your Toyota to have more of an aggressive look, the Hostile Sprockets are the way to go.
4. Anthem Off-Road Intimidator
We have gone over a few stance options with the possibility of off-road use. Let's take a look at a pure off-road wheel that works great on many platforms, including the Toyota 4Runner.
This Toyota 4Runner 4WD is running Anthem Off-Road Intimidator 17x9 0 offset rims, 265/70R17 Nitto Ridge Grappler tires with a Stock Suspension, & needs No trimming & has No rubbing or scrubbing.
Anthem is all in on the outdoor and off-roading world. Just as the name states, this wheel is very tough looking. The face of the wheel layout and the overall construction were made to be as strong and as durable as possible.
This will allow you to go from one adventure to the next without having this wheel break on you.
With the lowest price starting at $1,155 a set, it makes this wheel a very affordable setup for anyone off-road build.
With only two colors, satin black and milled black, The smallest sizes start at 17x9 and go as large as 20x10.
Overall you have limited options but have a solid and amazing-looking wheel.
5. Method NV
Method rims or Method Race rims are focused on delivering a high-performance wheel that performs great on the track or looks excellent out on the street.
Seeing the Method NV on a 4Runner will give it the offroad look you're looking for,Method NV's are heat-treated for increased durability, and you will get a simulated beadlock edge that looks amazing.
This 2005 Toyota 4Runner is rocking Method Nv in 17x8.5 with a 0 offset. These rims are wrapped in 280/70 General Grabber At2 tires. With all this the owner trimmed the fender liner ~4 inches and removed mudflapsBilstein 5100s all around, 1.5" raised in front, SPC UCA w/caster, MOOG SpringsURD/Rotrex Centrifugal Supercharger ProCharger setup (8 psi, 500whp/660ftlbs), Built & Ported IPT automatic transmission, URD Headers, Y-Pipe, Flowmaster race muffler axle-cut, Heretic Studios 40" light bar and ditch lights, full racing livery by Geminiwraps
Method NV's come in sizes as small as 20x9 and as large as 20x12. While there isn't much of a size choice, you still get a solid wheel that looks great and performs great.
This wheel will start at $1,766 a set, these are a bit more expensive, and you are paying for a higher quality wheel and a bigger size, which will factor in the price.