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How do you measure 5×114 3?

Measure from the middle of one stud to the outside of the second stud (skipping a stud). The number you see will be the actual measurement of the bolt pattern. So if you see 4 1/2 inches, you have a 5 on 4 1/2 ( also 5×4.5 and 5×114.3) bolt pattern.

What is a 5 on 5 bolt pattern?

The bolt pattern of 5 on 5 inch that there are 5 studs and the distance across the bolt circle is 5 inches.

Is 5×4 75 the same as 5×120 7?

75 Vette wheels on their BMWs that have a 5x120mm bolt pattern. The metric equivalent of 5×4. 75 is 5×120. 7mm.

Are 5×100 and 5×114 3 the same?

They are both the same, just one is measured in inches and the other is in mm. If you saw an auction for a set of wheels that are 5×100/5×114. 3 this most likely means the wheels will fit both bolt patterns and have 10 lug holes around the center bore of the wheel to allow fitment of both bolt patterns.

How do I know if my rims are 5×100?

If it was a Golf or TT, tehn it is probably 5×100. If mounted on an A4, A6, A8, etc. then 5×112. The real proof would be the stampings on the wheel itself.

Will Toyota rims fit a Subaru?

Yes, they wont fit unless you get spacers. subarus have a uniqe offset on ther stock wheels I forgot what it is but the wheel will hit your caliper. most after market wheels that fit a subaru will fit however. I know this because I have tried it.

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What’s the bolt pattern for a 2009 Chevy Malibu?

Chevy Malibu, manufactured between 2004 – 2012, have a bolt pattern of 5 x 4.33″ (5x110mm). Furthermore, the wheel should have a center bore of 65.1mm, and five lug nuts are used with a thread size of M12 x 1.5.

What cars use 5×110 bolt pattern?

The Pontiac G6, Chrysler 200, Chevy Cobalt and Malibu and the Jeep Cherokee are pretty common examples of vehicles that use the 5×110 bolt pattern. 5-bolt wheels are typically on midsize vehicles on up.

What does the V mean on tires?

SPEED RATING V Once the highest speed rating a tire could have, “V” used to represent a maximum of 149 mph (240 kph) or more. Nowadays, it means 149 mph but no higher.

What does M’s mean on a tire?

M+S stands for Mud+Snow, indicating that the tires are suitable for use in the winter (studded or non-studded winter tires). The official winter tire marking is the snowflake symbol, also known as the 3PMSF marking.