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Icon alloys Rebound wheels

Iím guessing that no one is running these yet because theyíre so new in our 5x150 pattern but still wondering if anyone has experience with the Icon wheels. 17Ē, +25mm offset is awesome. Iím a little worried about the northeast salt on the bolts around the simulated beadlock. Icon is getting back to me on what theyíre made out of....

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I have a set sitting in the cart, just debating if I have the coin for wheels and tires right now... can't answer your question, but damn they look sweet!
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I have a set sitting in the cart, just debating if I have the coin for wheels and tires right now... can't answer your question, but damn they look sweet!
Did you pull the trigger or what?

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I bought a set last Christmas for our T4R. They're top notch. The only b!tch I have is that they do not reuse the factory duplex style lug nut as factory wheels are hub centric. The Rebounds are both. We own a shop and mount & balance nearly 8000 tires/yr. These balanced well with Cooper AT3s and I have no complaints. TPMS sensors work fine.

I looked up a set for the Tundra, could find pics of 17" on their shop truck but couldn't find a catalog number or application on their website. When I contacted them, they said they were special offset built just for their truck and had no intention of producing them for the public. Did they change their mind?
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I bought a set last Christmas for our T4R. They're top notch. The only b!tch I have is that they do not reuse the factory duplex style lug nut as factory wheels are hub centric. The Rebounds are both. We own a shop and mount & balance nearly 8000 tires/yr. These balanced well with Cooper AT3s and I have no complaints. TPMS sensors work fine.

I looked up a set for the Tundra, could find pics of 17" on their shop truck but couldn't find a catalog number or application on their website. When I contacted them, they said they were special offset built just for their truck and had no intention of producing them for the public. Did they change their mind?
I guess so. Theyíve had the Six Speed available for awhile in a 17Ē +25 and now the Rebound is out as well in the same size. Not sure if they require special lug nuts for the Tundra or not. I like the black rebounds but all Icon could tell me about the little bolts are that they are some form of stainless but donít know what grade and Iím worried about them rusting up here in CT

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Literally just got back from getting the tires mounted. Will post pics later, gotta get back to work. Looks friggin amazing!

Overcast day, so colors aren't popping. Here's a quick shot, cause I can't resist. 315/70-17 Toyo MTs. Truck is an SR5 with the PRO suspension. No other mods. Rubbing on front fender well liner (bumper side).

Update: removed the plastic lower piece (fog light backing) and now rubbing the skid plate at full lock. TRD Offroad stock skid plate. It's a finger's worth of clearance to the body mount.






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Literally just got back from getting the tires mounted. Will post pics later, gotta get back to work. Looks friggin amazing!

Overcast day, so colors aren't popping. Here's a quick shot, cause I can't resist. 315/70-17 Toyo MTs. Truck is an SR5 with the PRO suspension. No other mods. Rubbing on front fender well liner (bumper side).

Update: removed the plastic lower piece (fog light backing) and now rubbing the skid plate at full lock. TRD Offroad stock skid plate. It's a finger's worth of clearance to the body mount.





Canít see any pics!

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OK, how about now? PICS?
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Looks awesome. Love those tires, just canít bring myself to put them on as the truck is my daily. Are the little bolts painted to match the silver of the center?

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That looks pretty b!tchin! What size and offset? Are those 35s too?
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All the icon wheels for the Tundras are 17x8.5, +25mm

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Looks awesome. Love those tires, just canít bring myself to put them on as the truck is my daily. Are the little bolts painted to match the silver of the center?
yeah, the little bolts are color matched. I'm lucky enough to be working from home right now, so only drive this truck to get me to the dirt bike trails on weekends. That said, everyone I've talked to about Toyo MTs says they'll last for a really long time.

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That looks pretty b!tchin! What size and offset? Are those 35s too?
Yeah, close enough to 35's I suppose. 315/70-17. Toyo measures them at .2" smaller in diameter and .5" narrower than a 35x12.5. I don't want to chop the body mount, so this was as big as I could go I think.
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yeah, the little bolts are color matched. I'm lucky enough to be working from home right now, so only drive this truck to get me to the dirt bike trails on weekends. That said, everyone I've talked to about Toyo MTs says they'll last for a really long time.



Yeah, close enough to 35's I suppose. 315/70-17. Toyo measures them at .2" smaller in diameter and .5" narrower than a 35x12.5. I don't want to chop the body mount, so this was as big as I could go I think.
With no lift?
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With no lift?
PRO suspension, so it's leveled. No other mods.
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Here's a couple sunlight pics, hope the color comes through.
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