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Currently have a 2007 Titan KC EX 17 inch "steel wheels". Thinking of upgrading to some alloys from a different year. Would 2017 factory 18 inch alloys bolt up? Any issues with lug nuts?

Secondary reason would be to upgrade tires from 110 load rating to 116. To help with towing my small travel trailer

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If your steel wheels aren't all rust I'd be happy to take them
 

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I don't know if 2017 Titan wheels would meet the specs of your '07 Titan, but why bother? Look for a set of the 07-15 OEM six spoke aluminum alloy wheels. They're good looking, strong and meet the bolt pattern, offset and center bore specs of your truck. Even better, they're relatively cheap if you get a set off fleabay or craigslist.
 

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Found a set on ebay that were new take offs with tires with very low miles...That's the main reason i was thinking of going in this direction also would save me the expense of having the wheels mounted with tires. Thanks everyone for the feedback so far. I have looked at some 2004-2015 five and six spokes online (ebay craiglslist) but can't seem to find them for less that $400 a set, then tires for $140 a piece? After market wheels seem like they also would run $1200 or so for wheels, tires, mounting? Anyone one have a retailer they recommend?

Thanks again,
 

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If you look around on wiki or aftermarket wheel places you should be able to come up with some offset numbers. Maybe you'll find an aftermarket wheel that fits both new and old, which is a good indication of the compatibility between the new and old.
 

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If you are interested in take-offs from a wrecking yard, I always look at car-part.com. They have links to wrecking yards all over the country.

Doing a quick search just now I saw a set of (4) 18" alloys for $500 here in Ohio. Singles are listed around $100 - $125. Just depends on the yard and where you are located.
 
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