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Wheels can make or break the look of your 4Runner, and it can be difficult to know where to start. With that in mind, OEM Wheels are a great choice. Since these wheels are made by Toyota, they pair extremely well with the vehicle. They are lightweight, durable and they are not overly expensive in comparison to other wheels on the market.
Each model 4Runner has a different wheel. For example, the TRD Pro and the TRD Off-Road have two completely different wheel styles; both with different widths, spoke designs, etc. Additionally, Toyota offers the TRD Rock Warrior forged wheel which was initially released for the FJ. In any case, we wanted to take a look at all the options you can get from Toyota when it comes to OEM wheels.
I currently have these wheels because I just got my SR5 and they look fine with the silver roof rack and chrome emblems. However, as I begin to add blackout emblems, black nerf bars, black roof racks, the wheels just start to look more and more out of place. If you plan to keep the chrome running boards and roof rack, then your 4Runner will look just fine with these wheels. They are high-quality wheels that will get the job done day-in and day-out. Unlike other car brands, Toyota still designs their lowest trim wheels to have its own look.
The end of each spoke branches out a little creating a diamond-like shape in between the spokes. There are also ridges creating depth in the wheels. All of these tiny details allow for a low costing wheel to have a high-end look.
There is nothing wrong with the chrome and silver look, it can definitely create a flashy and luxurious look for your 4Runner. Chrome running boards, emblems, and roof racks all enhance the way the wheel looks on the 4Runner.
Offroad premium wheels are a unique set of aluminum, 7-spoke wheels. They come in two colors: black or machined. The spokes almost look like a gear with the way the spokes look to be cut off right before they reach the edge of the wheel. I have never seen a wheel that looks like this anywhere else so a rare design is certainly what you get with the offroad premium wheels.
Adding to the 4Runner TRD Pro makeover, the 2021 model brings in new black TRD alloy flow form wheels wrapped in Nitto Terra Grappler tires. Stronger and more rigid than the last, these wheels have taken DNA cues from the current style to keep the family look while offering a more aggressive spoke design and deeper dish.
Unlike some of the other wheels in this article, the Matte Grey wheels are unique in that they can work with multiple styles. They work well with OEM Chrome along with aftermarket blackout emblem kits as well. The silver and black contrasts well with many colors, allowing the style of the wheel to be compatible with most 4Runner builds.
In my opinion, these wheels look best on a white or blue 4Runner. You also should not have chrome accents if you plan on purchasing these wheels, it just causes too much to be going on at one time. They could work with other builds this is just what I think allows the look of the wheels to thrive the most.
Like both of the other TRD Pro wheels, the bronze wheels still provide the high offroad capabilities that someone who hits the trails might need. It is hard to find such unique, offroad capable wheels at such a good price.
These wheels are the largest of the OEM selection coming in at 2o-inches. So, if you plan on purchasing these wheels, you should also take into account the purchase of a new set of tires. Limited wheels are not suited for off-road conditions; these wheels should be used for mall crawling only.
Your picture for the TRD Pros is the Gunmetal black, and the link is for the matte grey TRDs. the difference being significant. The Gunmetals have the black TRD lettering compared the goofy ass red color
To demonstrate how an obvious color cast looks in the Vectorscope, I shot the clip in the figure below after taking my color (white) balance from the red wall. That shifted the color cast to the complement of red: cyan. In the figure below, the Vectorscope shows how the colors in the clip are clearly shifted down toward cyan:
If the color cast is not so obvious, you can get a clearer idea of the cast by limiting the display to a portion of the clip that you know should either be neutral (light gray is best) or flesh tone. To do that, add the Crop effect to the clip and adjust it so it displays only a portion of the clip you want to use to check color cast.
If the clip is properly color balanced and you are viewing a neutral gray area, the Vectorscope trace will be in the center. If the trace is some distance from the center, some color correction is in order.
I also check flesh tones to see if they fall on the so-called flesh tone line (highlighted in the second figure on this page). After fixing the color cast in the clip of the family seated around the table, the flesh tones ended up being only a few degrees off the flesh tone line (shown below). So instead of using the Balance Magnitude control, I rotated the Hue Angle, the outer wheel, counterclockwise a few degrees to rotate the flesh tone to the line.
Fixing tonality and color within the entire clip frame might be all you need to do. But sometimes you want to adjust tonality on areas within the frame of the clip, so-called secondary color correction. Secondary color correction is a topic for a much longer tutorial. To get a sense for how that works, take a look at the bottom of the RGB Color Corrector, RGB Curves, or the Three-way Color Corrector effect. Each offers Secondary Color Correction controls that let you select regions in a clip based on hue, saturation and luma. Once selected you can limit your tonality and color correction work to only those regions.
In addition, the RGB Color Corrector and the Three-way Color Corrector let you define the tonal range. That is, instead of letting those effects automatically determine which areas are considered shadows, midtones and highlights, you can make that judgment call. In that way, you can fine tune your tonality and color adjustments.
You can use the virtual table below or CLICK HERE for a handy downloadable chart that has both the colors displayed and the color names spelled out. That way, you can use it regardless of whether you print it with a color printer or not.
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Are you looking to equip your 4Runner, Tacoma, or FJ Cruiser with a set of TRD Pro wheels? Do you have some questions about TRD Pro wheels? If your answer to both questions is yes, then we have all the answers you need right here on this page.
Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions Toyota owners have about TRD Pro wheels, along with detailed answers to each one. (By the way, check out this post if you are deciding between steel and alloy wheels.)
You can paint your TRD Pro wheels to change the color. You can either have a professional paint your wheels or do it yourself. If you do it yourself, remember that preparation is everything when it comes to getting good results.
So there's such a thing as a TRD Pro package wheel, which is a Toyota wheel that says "TRD" on it, but that isn't necessarily available from TRD USA. How is a TRD Pro wheel different from a regular TRD wheel?
TRD Pro wheels are a little narrower than TRD wheels. The former is 7" wide, and the latter is 7.5" wide. Also, TRD Pro wheels come with an offset, which widens the stance a bit. Regular TRD wheels don't come with an offset.
A lot of the people buying "replacement" TRD Pro wheels aren't actually replacing their TRD wheels - they're upgrading. If you have an SR5 Tacoma, you can buy a set of TRD Pro replacement wheels and put them on your SR5 without any problems.
TRD Pro wheels are pretty light compared to other wheels designed for trucks. It's because TRD Pro wheels are made of aluminum alloy, which is lighter than other metals. Lightweight wheels help with acceleration, ride, braking, and they improve fuel economy.
Short answer: No. Toyota and TRD have patented the design of the wheels they've produced. No aftermarket company can make the same wheels without violating that patent. Besides, you don't want a knock-off TRD wheel. TRD wheels are lightweight and strong, which makes them better than most aftermarket wheels.
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