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Old 06-24-2011, 01:56 PM   #1
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whats the bolt pattern for 2000 s10

i neeed to no im new and im gonna be buying rims soon
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Re: whats the bolt pattern for 2000 s10

There's an entire thread for this but it's 5 x 4.75(4 3/4)
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Re: whats the bolt pattern for 2000 s10

Or 5x120.65mm if you want to get all metric about it.
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