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Finally pulled the trigger on non-rfts and spare: Full size 28.18" diameter vs spare 27.98".

Part number 42611-08111: (92$ shipped)
(parts link edited because it was labeled as spam)

Kumho spare: SPARE TIRE T131 - SIZE: T155/90D17 (100$)
(tire rack link edited because it was labeled as spam)
THANK YOU Guzzler! You saved me hours of research! (y)(y)(y)

FYI, I am a sienna n00b, but a season automotive veteran. Just picked up a 19' XLE AWD, and my first task was to find a spare... 😎
 

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Will this set up fit on 2018 Sienna XLE AWD 7 passenger? Thanks
I'd like to know this too!
I don't see why it would not fit. I have a 2019 XLE AWD and I will be purchasing the same rim and tire that i quoted from Guzzler.

I still need to remove my 3rd row, and make some sort of tray, so i have a place for the spare before plunking down the $200 for it. besides, wifey is all bent because we had to have another car, and this time it is a behemoth! :p
 

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I don't see why it would not fit. I have a 2019 XLE AWD and I will be purchasing the same rim and tire that i quoted from Guzzler.

I still need to remove my 3rd row, and make some sort of tray, so i have a place for the spare before plunking down the $200 for it. besides, wifey is all bent because we had to have another car, and this time it is a behemoth! :p
Let us know when you buy and tested. Thanks or can someone in this forum verify if this setup will fit?
 

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Let us know when you buy and tested. Thanks or can someone in this forum verify if this setup will fit?
not sure why you are asking again. Guzzler already did the hard work, on pages 11 and 12 of this very thread. Out of all the options, i think his was the best. Here is a snip of his post-

Finally pulled the trigger on non-rfts and spare: Full size 28.18" diameter vs spare 27.98".

Part number 42611-08111: (92$ shipped)
https://www.parts.com/?fuseaction=store.PartInfo&PartNumber=4261108111&vehicleid=421391&diagram=8531350&title=Toyota-2015-Spare wheel

Kumho spare: SPARE TIRE T131 - SIZE: T155/90D17 (100$)
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Kumho&tireModel=Spare+Tire+T131&partnum=59D7KH
I just ordered the same rim and tire. I will post up with pics after i get the tire mounted and test fit it on my 2019 AWD Sienna. I stole Guzzler's pic, and will be putting it in the rear storage area just like in his pic below.
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I found a brand new spare from a 2007 solara which supposedly is a match to a 2006-2010 sienna spare. But the spare is actually a T155 70R17. So the aspect ratio is off. Is that an issue. About to go check the bolt pattern right now.
 

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I found a brand new spare from a 2007 solara which supposedly is a match to a 2006-2010 sienna spare. But the spare is actually a T155 70R17. So the aspect ratio is off. Is that an issue. About to go check the bolt pattern right now.
the rim may work, but that tire is WAY too short. I would not try to run it. 155/70-17 is 25.5" OD and the standard AWD 235/55-18 tire is 28.2" OD.
 

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Will that wheel mentioned (42611-08111) also work on a 2008 AWD Limited? (Bolt pattern/offset/etc?)

I would be happy to just grab one of those and a T165/80R17 since that's only off by 0.2" from my tire size of 225/60R17.
 

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Actually looks like the one for the earlier Sienna is model # 42611-AE050. Not sure what the difference is between the two wheels.....

I do see a few RAV4 spares on ebay in size T165/80R17. I wonder if the wheel is similar/the same.
 

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I received the Kumho 155/90-17 from Discount Tire. She is a little shorter then the stock tire, which i assume will change once it is mounted and inflated on the wheel.

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I'm still trying to find a confirmed good solution for 2nd gen with 225/60R17, if anyone has. I'm going to go poking through junkyards this weekend.
 

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This morning, I went to the shop early and mounted the Toyota wheel part# 42611-08111 to the Kumho 155/90-17 spare tire. Using a combo of online vendors for the tire and a llocal wholesalers for the wheel, I am into the complete spare for $193 total. Guzzler nailed it, it works perfectly. Many Thanks bro!!! 👍👍👍👍👍👍😎

Toyota 42611-08111 wheel is 17x4
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Kumho 155/90-17 tire next to Toyota box
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Test fitting on my 2019 Sienna AWD
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Wheel fits perfectly, no rubbing on brake caliper after being torqued down.
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Again, many thanks for Guzzler for researching and posting up. I just ordered what he used, and posted pretty pictures... Thanks again!

Here is Guzzler's post
Finally pulled the trigger on non-rfts and spare: Full size 28.18" diameter vs spare 27.98".

Part number 42611-08111: (92$ shipped)
https://www.parts.com/?fuseaction=store.PartInfo&PartNumber=4261108111&vehicleid=421391&diagram=8531350&title=Toyota-2015-Spare wheel

Kumho spare: SPARE TIRE T131 - SIZE: T155/90D17 (100$)
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Kumho&tireModel=Spare+Tire+T131&partnum=59D7KH
 

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Hi All,

I didn't fully read all of the 15 pages on this chat topic. I have a 2007 LE AWD. I am reading the T155/80R17 is the spare size. I have a full spare and it doesn't fit flat behind the 3rd row. Instead of just getting the spare, can I get a full spare that is closer to the spare tire size? I did a comparison and 250/50R17 is very close to the Spare size. Would the 250/50R17 side wall be firm enough when compare the spare?

My focus is to get a spare that fits the well behind the 3rd row and not have the tire sticking out to eat up more spare. I had upgraded my caliper to a 3rd gen and I can't use a 16 inch spare anymore. thanks
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I picked up a 165/80R17 which seemed like a pretty good match for my 2008 AWD which has 225/60R17 tires, and it tucks nicely under the bed I built back there.
 

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Yes I'll would be curious to know if anyone has tried this. I'm not aware of anywhere you can screw this spindle into the cargo area (that woild be too easy!)
 
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