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Long story short, my dealer has offered me an $1000 allowance to get aftermarket wheels put on.

However, I don’t really know how to shop for appropriate replacements, as no wheel sites seem to have the specs for 2021 sienna loaded.

So all I really know is 18”…

Any advice on how to proceed?
 

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Long story short, my dealer has offered me an $1000 allowance to get aftermarket wheels put on.

However, I don’t really know how to shop for appropriate replacements, as no wheel sites seem to have the specs for 2021 sienna loaded.

So all I really know is 18”…

Any advice on how to proceed?
How does this allowance work? Why are you limited to 18"? Ty
 

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Yep - I know the tire specs (P235/60R18), but don't I need to know more for wheels, (width, offset, aspect ratio, bolt spacing)?

Why are you limited to 18"?
Well, it will have the same tires on it, which are 18". I assumed that meant I should stick with 18" rims? I have no idea what I'm talking about though.

How does this allowance work?
I can either pick something out and have them do it, or have them cut me a check for $1000. In short, lots went wrong with the ordering of my van, and the plastic clad wheels were something I was disappointed with, so the dealer offered this to make amends.
 

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I'd be curious if your dealer might offer a straight swap for Toyota wheels. Venza has a 18" that looks good enough, but haven't been able to find the full specs.

Or how about the late-G3 18" for SE AWD?
 

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I'd be curious if your dealer might offer a straight swap for Toyota wheels. Venza has a 18" that looks good enough, but haven't been able to find the full specs.

Or how about the late-G3 18" for SE AWD?
I suggested that, but they seemed to be more inclined to just shell over the cash. Sounds like that was more of a headache for them.
 

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I suggested that, but they seemed to be more inclined to just shell over the cash. Sounds like that was more of a headache for them.
That's interesting. I tend to prefer OE wheels since they're generally unnoticeable. Except when layered under shiny, hollow-sounding plastic.
 

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That's interesting. I tend prefer OE wheels since they're generally unnoticeable. Except when layered under shiny, hollow-sounding plastic.
Agreed! It looks like OEM wheels are quite a bit more $ than aftermaket brands. I'm looking for under $200/wheel.
 

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BTW I had a guy at Discount Tire take a look at the wheels.

He says:
  • it looks pretty much identical to the 2020 wheels.
  • Width: wheels are 7.5, so for aftermarket you'd prob be looking at 8
  • somewhere around a 40 offset should be perfect
 

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I'd love to go with the OEM wheels from the Camry nightshade: Toyota Camry 2020 18

However, it has a 50mm offset, so I'm not sure that will work. Might just have to order one and try?
 

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I'd love to go with the OEM wheels from the Camry nightshade: Toyota Camry 2020 18

However, it has a 50mm offset, so I'm not sure that will work. Might just have to order one and try?
post with TRD Camry wheels photoshopped onto new sienna:

 

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I’ve got an XSE AWD. Been searching for rims that look similar to the stock 20’s that come on the FWD. Finally found these: Lexus Replica Wheels | FR 79 | Factory Reproductions Will be getting them in satin black of course

I will be going with those and the stock tires that come on the FWD are good, Michelin primacy tour a/s, 235/50R20. Will be getting them either end of next week or week of the 25th.
 

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I’ve got an XSE AWD. Been searching for rims that look similar to the stock 20’s that come on the FWD. Finally found these: Lexus Replica Wheels | FR 79 | Factory Reproductions Will be getting them in satin black of course

I will be going with those and the stock tires that come on the FWD are good, Michelin primacy tour a/s, 235/50R20. Will be getting them either end of next week or week of the 25th.
Those look nice. Are you confident the offset will be ok? Looks like those are going in the other direction (30mm) vs the ones I'm looking at (50mm) from the stock 40mm
 

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Those look nice. Are you confident the offset will be ok? Looks like those are going in the other direction (30mm) vs the ones I'm looking at (50mm) from the stock 40mm
yea it should be no problem, and I confirmed with the wheel/tire shop. Typically it is preferred not to go more positive on offset since the wheel will be move into the wheel well vs going out (negative). In this case plus or minus 10 mm won’t matter assuming the tire width isn’t getting substantially wider. It will be moving the wheel in or out 0.4 inches. Will be barely noticeable. Too much positive offset change and you can start to rub.

you should check out this link to plug in your new configuration vs stock: Wheel Offset Calculator
It has a great visualizer.

here is a comparison to my old/new setup
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