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Old 03-14-2004, 08:08 PM   #1
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Bolt Pattern for S-10's

ALL S-10's have a bolt pattern of 5x4.75" or 120.7 in MM
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

not that one tenth of a mm really matters, but it is 120.6 not 120.7. at least according to my computer system at work (Discount Tire)
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

LOL, When I dealt with Discount when I was with ARE they always said that too. But everyone else said 120.7, even other wheel companies
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Quote: Originally Posted by acrofobia
LOL, When I dealt with Discount when I was with ARE they always said that too. But everyone else said 120.7, even other wheel companies
The reason being is because the actual measurement is 120.65mm. Most places round it up to 120.7mm, but if you follow the old math class rule, it can be rounded down if it is not followed by another decimal place (i.e. 120.61)

But hey, like we care anywayz when we're talking about hangin' a set of plums off the ride that are alsmost 2-feet wide..
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

yeah, I checked our system again, and it says 120.65 if you select a particular wheel. but what the hell, our trucks have a US bolt pattern, not metric! my rears are in, my fronts should be here tomorrow! there not 2 feet wide, but they are 10 inches!
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

True, but our trucks were made in Mexico, they use metric

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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

our bolt pattern is 5x4.75.(on an 02) i just bought rims for mine last week
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Quote: Originally Posted by sign_in_name51
our bolt pattern is 5x4.75.(on an 02) i just bought rims for mine last week

isnt that what I said in the first post???
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

what about the bolt pattern of a 91' tahoe
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

oh. i thought you were asking if it was 5x4.75 or5x120.7. sorry for misunderstanding. as far as the bolt pattern on the 'hoe, i'm not sure. is it 2wd or 4wd?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

91 Tahoe = 4x4 is 6x5.5" 2wd is 5x5
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

does anyone know the backspacing for our stock wheels?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

15x7 stock wheel is 4"
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

hey guys, got a 2001 olds bravada (awd) im wondering if there is a bearing & hub assembly available with a 6 bolt pattern that will mate with my front knuckle and drive axle. if so what do i do for the rear? im just curious, as it seems that most wheels i like are 6bolts, and if im gonna spend some loot id like a set that will travel to my next truck as well. know i've been hearing 'get adapters' but thats not what im looking for. i might settle for the adapter option in the rear but up front i'd prefer a good NAME brand hub assembly w/ 6 bolt, if it exists. thanks everyone
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

what bout my 84 jimmy 4x4? what bolt pattern is it
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

S-10 Jimmy is 5x4.75 with a positive offset
Old 06-01-2004, 12:24 PM   #17
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Being that I'm not into blingin chrome wheels, it's hard to find rims that I like. I was wondering if a wheel with the 5x120 bolt pattern would bolt on our trucks. Does the extra .7 make a big difference? Thanks
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Yeah it'll bolt up, but you have to get adapters to compensate for backspacing issues, thats what I did
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

ok I got a question. I have a 91 s-10 2wd. you said all s-10s have the same bolt pattern of 5 x 120 or 4.75 can I get these rims of wheelmax.com

http://www.wheelmax.com/Wheels/Color/chrome.htm

its the Kaizer Circus (Chrome)


so im going to need spacers?
how much do these run, are they safe,and where should i get them?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

if you ask me s10freak those prices on those wheel and tire packages seem a little on the high side and after all that you still have to pay for shipping try your local wheel shops or ebay
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

yah mos def... just got 18s for my whip on ebay for only 400.... i got a question tho aswell... what is the stock tire size running on s10s cuz i dont think the right size were placed on mine.... im running on 205/75R18
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

you think 1299 for 18s is high? maybe i should check with wheel shops.
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

how much back spacing and offset can u have when ur truck is lowered?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Quote: Originally Posted by son00oma
yah mos def... just got 18s for my whip on ebay for only 400.... i got a question tho aswell... what is the stock tire size running on s10s cuz i dont think the right size were placed on mine.... im running on 205/75R18

omg, are you serious. 75 series. wow. do they even make that big of a tire for 18s. im not even sure that will fit on ur truck.
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Im looking for a set of cragar rims like these
and im curious if they will fit? There "08 Series S/S Super Sport - Rim Size 15x7; Bolt Pattern: 5x5 (14mm)"
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

98 S10 Sportside, 2WD

I want some steel rims to run in the winter. Any ideas what car rim or if the steel wheel on an S10 are the same offset as the stock aluminum rims?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Quote: Originally Posted by wgloff
98 S10 Sportside, 2WD

I want some steel rims to run in the winter. Any ideas what car rim or if the steel wheel on an S10 are the same offset as the stock aluminum rims?
RWD camaro,firebird,nova..maybe a few others
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

will a 5 backspace work on 97 s10 with 56 drop centerlin has a wheel i like sniper but only with a 5 inch backspace
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

same bolt pattern for all years first gen and second?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Hey anyone know if the new style ZQ8s will bolt up too a 93 astro?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

i want the lexus is300 wheels on my 88 s10..the bolt pattern is 5x114.3,how would i make this work?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Quote: Originally Posted by chevygurly
i want the lexus is300 wheels on my 88 s10..the bolt pattern is 5x114.3,how would i make this work?

Adapters
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

first gen and second have same bolt pattern?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Yes
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

no astro is like a full size... 5x5
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Hay guys right now I'm looking at a set of BMW X5 (the suv) and they have a 5x120mm bolt patern. Will that work for my 1997 Blazer 4x4?

http://www.aaarims.com/wheels/59376.JPG
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

They'll bolt up...what's the size and backspacing?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

do vetts have the same pattern as us?? can i use 245/45/17 with 4.25 bs on a 2/3 drop ? how bout a 3/4??
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

now that i know all about bolt patters( thanks to everyone that helped) and offsets and backspacing. how big of a rim can i get and not have any problems. i want as large of a wheel as possible even if that means lowerpro tires and would larger wheels effect my trucks computer? thanks for all your guys help with everything..Bare with me,,, i'am new..lol
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whats up guys, i hope people are still lookin in here. can i get these on my truck? they are beautiful... http://www.enkei.com/LuxurySpecPAGES/LM15SSpecs.html
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Sure with adapters
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

i have no idea how this stuff works so could someone point me in the right direction, like where can i get them or which ones i will need, and if i should even do it or not. i really like these rims.
Old 12-19-2004, 09:21 PM   #43
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

With everyone so hyped on asking a whole lot of the same questions about offset and bolt pattern. And yes, ALL s-10's, s-15's, Sonoma's, blazers, Jimmy's from 82-03 are the same, 5x4.75"
Stock wheels were either 14" or 15"x7" with a 4" backspace unless they were 4x4. All 4x4's have a wider track and use a positive offset.....

.....lead me to point out one thing that I have not read in this thread yet. When you lower your truck with coils, you will pick up a small amount width in the track of the front end just from the goemetry of the control arms. If you use drop spindles, you will actually increase the front track width by 1/2". This is a really good thing to keep in mind if you are looking to stuff a big set of aftermarket wheels under the front end. It doesn't sound like a lot, but an extra 1/4" per side makes the difference from tucking inside the fender lip and creasing the fenders on the first bump. You can always add a spacer to bring your wheel outward, but you can't go the other way....

Keep in mind too when everyone is saying 4.5" backspacing, 4.5" backspacing....this only holds true for a wheel width up to 8". Try it with an 8.5" rim and you're back into the fender lip again. Once you hit the 18" and above rim sizes, you can virtually run any backspace you want (larger than 4.5") but then you start to limit your turning radius. A wheel that is 18" or larger has the ability to place the steering knuckle (where your tie rod meets the spindle) inside the rim.

Isn't all this wheel fitment stuff great? I'm sure there's probably some 2-year course on it out there somewhere..lol

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Hi,

I put some BMW rimz on my S10. They´re from the 745; size is 19"
The only problem is, my front is already "low" without a motor and they don´t make those wheels in 18"

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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

I'm a COMPLETE noob when it comes to rims and their sizing.

I am looking at getting ADR Sterling Rims and their closest size is an 18x8.5 120mm with a 15mm offset.

Will these work without adapters/spacers?

If not, what offset do I need for a proper fitting wheel?

http://www.adrwheels.com/wheels/?sfID1=12&sfID2=60

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Yes those will work
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Quote: Originally Posted by CRAZYDIME
Hi,

I put some BMW rimz on my S10. They´re from the 745; size is 19"
The only problem is, my front is already "low" without a motor and they don´t make those wheels in 18"

Chris

I dig those 7 Series wheels, they dont make them any smaller from what I've been told.
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

hey i was wondering about the bolt pattern, why are there 2 sizes...why not just 4.75.... i am looking at a 15x7 120x6.5 hub 83.3..these should fit on a 93 s0 blazer yes?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

I'm putting corvette zo6 20's on my 00 extreme what do you guys think?
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Re: Bolt Pattern for S-10's

Hey what does offset mean? For ex:

Offset: +14 mm
Offset: +38 mm
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