Fuel Anza Wheels 17″ with Toyo Open Country 34″ AT 2
Fuel Anza Wheels & Toyo Open Country AT 2 – 5th Gen 4Runner
Fuel Anza Bronze 17×9 (-6) Wheels with 285/75r17 Toyo Open Country AT 2 Tires
Well, I finally got to see them in person. Quite amazing.
What I like most is that I have not seen one 4Runner with these wheels. I have seen a few Tacomas with the Bronze Anza wheels and they look pretty epic. So, I am hoping they come out just as good once we install them on our 5th Gen Trail Premium. There are so many different 5th Gen 4Runner wheels to choose from. This was a hard decision and has been a long time coming. There are plenty of 5th Gen 4Runner’s out there with bronze wheels but none with this exact style or design of wheel from Fuel.
I don’t know what else to say except that I am super stoked to see these get mounted. Our 5th Gen 4Runner Icon Stage 2 Suspension came in today as well and we should be heading into the Snail Trail 4×4 shop to do our Stage 2 Icon Install this coming weekend. If all goes as expected (which is never does), we should have our Stage 2 Icon Suspension on this weekend and then our wheels and tires should be mounted next week.
Please excuse the images, they were taken with the iPhone today. I couldn’t resist getting some shots in. Much more to come and final shots on the Trail are in our near future.
UPDATE: I had to update a few of the images on this page as things started to really take shape. If anyone is telling you not to throw 34″ tires on your 4Runner, do not listen to them. 34″ tires on the 4Runner look bad ass. The Toyo Open Country Tires have been pretty bad ass on-road and off-road. They perform incredibly well under any circumstance. I tested them on a local trail of ours up a hill that usually takes a bit of struggle with the 31″ tires. With the 34″ tires, we went right up with no 4Runner hesitation.
Bronze Wheels on White 5th Gen 4Runner