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other cars with 5x100 bolt pattern

Postby lucky » Tue May 22, 2007 6:55 pm

Thought I saw somebody ask what other cars came with a 5x100 bolt pattern, and seeing as how i was bored at work I assembled a list...

Info taken from Transwheel's 4th edition OE wheel identification guide

00-02 Audi TT
92-93 Dodge Daytona
92-94 Dodge Shadow
92-93 Dodge Spirit
95-00 Chrysler Cirrus
95-02 Dodge Stratus
96-02 Chrysler Sebring
95-02 Dodge Neon
01-02 Pt Cruiser
88-93 Chrysler New Yorker FWD models
88-93 Dodge Dynasty
88-92 Plymouth Sundance
89-93 Lebaron
88-96 Chevy Beretta
92-98 Buick Skylark
91-02 Cavalier
87-96 Chevy Corsica
92-98 Olds Acheiva
89-98 Grand Am
89-94 Sunbird
95-01 Sunfire
02 Vibe
90-02 Subaru Legacy
93-02 Subaru Impreza
98-02 Subaru Forester
02 Subaru WRX
90-02 Toyota Celica
92-94 VW Corrado
92-97 VW Passat
93-02 Jetta
95-02 Golf
00 Passat
99-01 VW GTI
99-02 Beetle

Unfortunately this is not a company we deal with any more so I only had their 2003 catalog around, but it should help when buying used rims.

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Postby p8ntman442 » Tue May 22, 2007 8:28 pm

thank you.

does it list offsets?

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Postby lucky » Wed May 23, 2007 6:55 pm

It doesn't list offsets unfortunately, that would be too easy.

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Postby Series8217 » Wed May 23, 2007 10:14 pm

or centerbores...

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Postby BigRedDeckSpoiler » Wed May 23, 2007 11:15 pm

VW uses 57.1. Same as the Fiero. I belive the Dodge/Plymouth/Chrysler stuff is the same as well.
Subaru uses 56.1.
Toyota is quite a chunk smaller, but I don't remember what the measurement was, exactly.
All the applicable GM stuff is 57.1
Centerbores are usually not a show stopper if you're buying aftermarket wheels. Most but not all of them are huge (72mm?) and use the appropriate hubcentric rings. Just be sure to ask when you order your wheels.

VW uses ~35mm. Ideal (IMHO) for all pre 88 Fieros, and 88 rears.
Subaru uses ~48mm. Ideal (also MHO) for the front of 88s.

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