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post #1 of 14 Old 01-26-2008, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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2wd sonoma bolt pattern?

the bolt patterent for a 2wd sonoma/s10 is 5x4.75 pattern,am i correct?

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5 x 120.7mm will fit too.

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the bolt patterent for a 2wd sonoma/s10 is 5x4.75 pattern,am i correct?
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thanks guys!
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im ordering rims and there is either 5x4.75 with 3.75 back space or with 4.5 back space
which one is it
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im ordering rims and there is either 5x4.75 with 3.75 back space or with 4.5 back space
which one is it
depends on the wheel width? if they are 8.00 wide you want the 4.5" b/s
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alright
what does back space mean?
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http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f14/fo...offset-107156/

Read through this. It's sticky'd at the top of the wheel page.
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this should help explain offset and back spacing also.
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Re: 2wd sonoma bolt pattern?

Ok, my buddy has a set of 18 x 8, 5 on 4.75 with a 40 mm offset. Would that work for a 2wd 1985?
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will a 5 x 4.5 fit a 95 2wd s10? looking at cragar soft 8. 15 x 8", -13.00mm offset

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Re: 2wd sonoma bolt pattern?

Seeing how it is all S10's have a 5x4.75" lug patten(which is posted several times in this thread and all over the forum) no, they won't fit without adapters.

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alright, i just wasn't sure. i never bought rims for a car as this is my first car. i do know a lot about cars but this i wasn't sure of.

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