Well, after sitting on the fence for three years I finally got a truck. She's a 2001 Hijet with about 71000km on it. Hi/Lo and Diff Lock. I've had it now for a few weeks and it's been a blast. Here are the pics. ^^^^^Note the MTT sticker. It was the first thing I did when I got it home! I just put the new wheels/tires on today. It was actually quite a process. I took a LOT of careful measurements right after getting the truck and determined that a 5+2 backspaced rim would work. Well, there was a miscommunication with the vendor and when I got them I found that they actually had more like 5.5" of backspacing. Long story short, I ended up machining 10mm off of the lip. And lo and behold...they worked! I'm still going to machine some 5mm hub centric spacers for the front just to be safe plus there is a little bit of interference with the brake caliper. Currently they have two 1/2" flat washers behind each bolt. Oh, and yes I did redrill them for 4x100. There is still full thread engagement on the studs even with adding the small spacers. I'm running the Deestone AG tires 23x8.5-12 in the front and 23x10.5-12 in the back. It's important to note that these tires are a LOT smaller than Carlisle All Trails...I have some of those on the front of my tractor to compare them to. This was just fine by me as one of my goals was to avoid lifting my truck if I could. So far I have ZERO rubbing. I also wanted to keep the whole truck as narrow as possible for some of the tight areas I work in (like my wood shed). I'm very pleased. Thanks go to: Rika at minitruckdealer.com Rex at Midwest Motorsports in Cordell, OK. Sheila at Kesha Enterprises, Inc for the shipping coordination. Greg at GCT Wholesale for a good packaged deal on the mixed size tires. Tate at Sevensprings Sales for the numerous emails regarding the rims. Terry at Trax and Horns for being a great guy even though I didn't end up buying a truck from him. And greg0187 for convincing me to hold out for a Hi/Lo tranny! and some local friends who helped with the CNC work.