need bolt pattern

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  1. sandrewand

    sandrewand Member

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    i have a 1977 2wd toyota pickup and i need to know the bolt pattern on it thanks
     
  2. priusjames

    priusjames Enthusiast

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    I believe it's 5 x 4.5, (5 x 114.3), same as old Chevy's, Mustangs and some Dodge trucks.

    I'll be corrected if I'm wrong!

    James
     
  3. StupidSheet

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    Close, 5 x 5.5 or 5 x 114.3. ;)
     
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    no its 5x4.5" / 5x114.3mm. chevys rarely had it. very common on ford and dodge cars from the 60s-00s.
     
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    Ooops, don't know what I was thinking. James had it right first off.
     
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    I found out I didn't know how to measure the bolt pattern on 5 lug wheels. I always thought you measured from center of first stud to center of the third. Maybe everyone but me already knows this but you measure from the center of the first stud to the far end of the third one. Couldn't figure out why what was supposed to be 4 1/2 measured 4 1/4 on my truck. Four lug, six lug and eight lugs are measured center to center. Never too old to learn.
     
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    Very odd...I did not know that. I just looked up the pattern online somewhere and verified it here!
     

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