One of the other projects I have been working on is getting the Interco SSR 35x10.5 tires mounted (I bought them from Ron, last winter). I sourced a set of 4 Wolf wheels and got a 5th from Zack when up in Stowe over this winter. Originally I was going to have the wheels painted the same as whatever I got the 110 painted but I wanted them mounted sooner than later and I was worried I might not like the color matched look when done.
Over the winter I got some RR L322 wheels for a LR4 that we bought and had them powder coated Kingswick grey. I didn't want black wheels but something different and the grey looked great with the Green LR4. So I had the Wolf's coated in that color and mounted up the SSR's to them. I think once the 110 is painted it will look even better.
On the rear I installed longer studs when I rebuild the axles with a Toyota 3rd member. Recently I wanted to get a spacer that worked with them. I found CX Racing made one that is 10mm thick and nicely made. Here is the link on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/CXRacing-5x...72.m2749.l2649
I think this is a nice option if you are looking for a little more stud length and slightly wider stance without going with a whole spacer setup. I am going to do this same thing on my front axle when I have a chance.
Another small change was some stainless lug nuts. I know stainless shouldn't be used for a higher strength applications but I feel the LR lug nuts size is overkill that it should be fine. I have painted and ceramic coated lug nuts before and it doesn't last and the corrosion that happens looks like shit. I'm not sure if these SS bolts are available but if not SDO does a galvanized set which should take care of strength issues.