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post #1 of 10 Old 06-05-2010, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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What cars have a 5x4.5 / 5x4.25 pattern?

I've been curious to what bolt pattern my wheels were since they have the adapters on them, so I finally went out and measured them a few minutes ago. I used this guide to know how to measure them, originally posted by mod 98layinframe:




Here is how my wheels are and the patterns:




They're F5 Model 60 wheels(top pic) with 10 factory drilled stud holes, both different sizes than the S10 unfortunatly. I'm assuming they're made for cars not trucks because they have a positive offset like in this picture(also posted by 98layinframe, lower pic), so when held up to the stock hubs, they hit the frame without the adapters:







Okay, so my question is, what cars or trucks have a 5x4.5 or 5x4.25 bolt pattern?


I need to know because the wheels are in nearly perfect condition with an almost brand new set of $500+ 225/40R18 tires, and I would like to sell the wheels on Craigslist or something and would prefer not to sell them with the S10/5x4.75 adapters since they are destroyed courtesy of the dealer I bought the truck from and I don't trust them even on my truck now.


So does anyone know in general which vehicles have these lug patterns so I can know what to post/who to sell them to?


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alot of fords have 5x4.5
like 5 lug mustangs and rangers

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Yeah, those were the only 2 that I knew did since I used to have a Ranger. I found a site that has ALOT on it, but they're only trucks from every auto maker, not cars too.

http://sporttruckspecialty.com/boltpattern/index.htm

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The stud/lug threads on S10/Sonoma trucks is 12 x 1.5mm correct?

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Here's a nice fitment guide. Its got a bunch of euro only trash, but there's lots of domestic info there, too.

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No pic or link.
Hate when that happens.
http://www.carlsalter.com/wheel_fitments.html

Basically just about any 5 lug FWD vehicle is 5x4.5

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Re: What cars have a 5x4.5 / 5x4.25 pattern?

my 89 Z24 Cavalier has a 5x100mm bolt pattern...that 4.25 i thnk

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That's probably what they're made for. Haha. Cuz the positive offset on these things are crazy. The adapters are like 2 or 3" and I personally think it looks retarded on an S10, but I'm hopefully picking up some 94-97 s10 stockies. It won't be the best look, but at least I won't have to worry about the POS adapters snapping off. Haha

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my 89 Z24 Cavalier has a 5x100mm bolt pattern...that 4.25 i thnk
No, 5x4.25= 5x108. Ford Taurus, Thunderbird, and any Volvo.

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