Toyota, the automaker synonymous with reliability, safety and incredible resale value. If you made it here chances are you wanted to see how your 4Runner, Tacoma, or Tundra might look like on Method Race Wheels. If you’re looking for a little inspiration for Toyota wheels, you’ve made it to the right place. In no particular order here are current top five Toyota builds we’ve featured.
The goal for the 4WD Toyota Owner magazine Tacoma was to be able to go anywhere. The guys went for the 704 Trail Series wheel that’s fitted with Bead Grip technology that engages the tire bead for a stronger hold under extreme side load and lower air pressures.
Scotty Big's Tacoma is more on the extreme side of the spectrum and isn’t exactly what you think it is. While it looks like a 3rd gen Tacoma, it started its life as a 2nd gen Tacoma. What started with some 304 Street Series wheels snowballed into a caged, LS2 swapped Tacoma for shredding in Baja.
Weston Miller’s 4Runner is a prime example of a great overland build. It’s got proper camping gear, suspension to tackle any terrain, a boost in power courtesy of a Magnuson supercharger and some bronze 703 Trail Series wheels to round up the build.
We’re throwing it back with the next Toyota on the list with Mason Dotto’s 1983 Toyota Pickup 4X4. The truck that was passed down from his father to his older siblings and eventually to Mason. Those 105 Race Series beadlock wheels are for his rock crawling and off roading adventures from time to time.
This list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Nasser Al-Attiyah’s Gazoo Racing Toyota Hilux. Prepped for Dakar, this Hilux has a mid-mounted naturally aspirated V8 engine from a Lexus RX-F, full independent suspension, all-wheel drive and 107 Bead Grip wheels that was developed with Toyota Gazoo Racing South Afrrica.