Discussion in 'Wheels/Tires' started by burnzya, Jun 2, 2009.
i know they are the same pattern as my 69 chevelle !!
idk if this was said already but the newer corrolas are 16in with the same pattern but the centers have to be drilled out to fit properly
bored out, that is.
I suggest you MAY need a spacer adapter since the corolla wheels are most likely on hell of a FWD offset.
you may eliminate the hub boring issue in the process.
Another cheap option to throw in the mix. Summit sells Cragar Series 83, Which is a regular steel wheel, Right offset, big enough center bore, Available in sizes up to 17 and about $200 shipped for 4 to your door brand new in bow
guys.... so i've been trolling the local craigslist n found some 2013 hyundai sonata stock steelies. ive been doing the research n found that the hub bore n bolt pattern are an exact match to a 94 pickup that i have. looking to pull the trigger on this if all goes well. i just want a second opinion on the matter -if they will fit n watnot. any input id appreciate it. thanks!
if the bore is the same or bigger on those wheels and the sonata is 5x114 lug pattern then you are golden bruh.
Thank gawd for 5x114.3.
ya i know, but wat im still confused cuz some sights say one thing n another says different thing. so was just unsure as to if it will def. fit.
i guess i can bring a tape measure with me when i look at the wheels n measure. i know im sure about the lug pattern but the hub bore is what im more concerned about.
Amen! My Audi is 5x112, mustangs were 4x108 and my lightning is 5.5x5 I think. So glad I can wheel whore with this truck if I wanna lol.
lol thats funny. the problem (like what im running into now) is finding wheels with the correct hub bore size. but from what ive read/found so far is that any ford rim will do, provided the bolt pattern is the same
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