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Stud Patterns and Offset Explaination


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Have plenty of people popping up and asking what stud pattern their cars are so why not make a decent thread and sticky it.

Alfa Romeo

Sud/Sprint/33/145/146/115 Series Alfetta - 4*98

75/156/new GTV/spider - 5*98

105 Series Guilia/GTV etc - 4*108

BMW

Older 3 series - 4*100

2002's - 4*100

Other bmws - 5*120

(late 90s 5*120 wheels need a hubcentric ring to fit the other 5*120 patterns)

Datsun

All small early rwd's - 4*114.3

Bigger datsuns - 5*114.3

Ford

Anglia - 4*108

Capri - 4*108

Cortina Mk1 to Mk5 - 4*108

Escort Mk1 & Mk2 - 4*108

Falcon - 5*114.3

Focus - 4*108

Mondeo - 4*108

Hillman

Avenger - 4*108

Hunter - 4*108

Imp - 4*101.6

Isuzu

Geminis - 4*100

Piazza - 4*100

Mazda

All pre-78 Mazdas back to the R100 - 4*110

With the exception of:

RX-5s, 121s, LA4-series 929s (ie post RX-4 style and pre-HB) and the 1500/1800 - 4*120.

84/85 RX-7s (series 3s) - 4*114.3

HB 929s, Cosmos and Luces - 4*114.3

S4/5 RX-7s are 5x114.3

S6/7/8 RX-7s are 5x114.3 but the offset on the rear is weird so you can't be guaranteed that "normal" 5x114.3 wheels will interchange without checking.

Mini

4*101.6

Mitsubishi

All 4 stud RWD - 4*114.3

All FWD 4 stud - 4*114.3 up til around 1991

All 5 studs - 5*114.3

Nissan

Turbo Silvia - 5*114.3

Turbo Skyline - 5*114.3

Peugeot

404/405 - 4*140

Subaru

Older subarus - 5*140

Toyota

Corolla:

E1 - 4*110

E2 - 4*110

E3 - 4*114.3

E7 - 4*114.3

E85/86 - 4*114.3

Crown - 5*114.3

Hiace - 5*114.3

Hilux - 5*114.3

Soarer - 5*114.3

Supra - 5*114.3

Starlet:

KP30 - 4*110

KP60/61/62 - 4*114.3

Triumph

2000TC - 4*114.3

Vauxhall

Chevette - 4*100

VOLVO

340, 360, 440, 460, 480 - 4*100

850 >93 - 4*108

T4, S40, V40 - 4*114.3

240, 740, 760, 780, 940, 960 >94 - 5*108

850 93>, 960 94>, C70, S70, V70, S90, V90, T5, T5-R - 5*108

Also here is a wheel fitment guide that may help: http://www.bgworldwheels.co.nz/fitment.html

This also has a few bolt patterns http://www.mrt-wheels.com/boltpatternref.html - zep

This also has bore size http://www.carlsalter.com/wheel_fitments.html - Ned

Offset

If the rim was 100mm wide an 0 offset you would have 50mm inside and 50mm outside of the hub mounting face of the wheel.

The same rim with a -10mm offset would have 40mm inside and 60mm outside of the hub mounting face.

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Big thanks to all the contributions to this list :)

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Toyota

Corolla

E1 - 4x110

E2 - 4x110

E3 - 4x114.3

E7 - 4x114.3

E85/86 - 4x114.3

Starlet:

KP30 - 4x110

KP60/61/62 - 4x114.3

Alfa Romeo

Sud/Sprint/33/145/146/115 Series Alfetta - 4x98

105 Series Guilia/GTV etc - 4x108

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BMWs = 5x120 usually except for older 3s and 02s which are 4x100, around et20 offset

late 90s 5x120 wheels need a hubcentric ring to fit the other 5x120 patterns, the 90s 3 series have a nearly front wheel drive offset

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pretty sure all the old rwd datsuns were 114.3

Datsun 1200's were 4x114.3 as were many others.

Toyota Hilux

Toyota Hiace

Ford Falcon

Late Model Rx7 ( 5 Stud )

Turbo Skyline's

Turbo Silvia's

Toyota Supra

Toyota Soarer

Toyota Aristo

All the above take a 5 x 114.3

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Datsun 1600's used 4x114.3, I'm also sure the rwd dattos were all 114.3 (datsun bluebirds etc right the way through)

Big datsuns were 5x114.3

Toyota Corolla fwds are 4x100 (ae82 etc)

Same with fwd sprinters, levins, Nissan pulsars from '90 on (+ civics and integras :oops: )

Chevettes are 4x100 aswell.

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Ok people, two questions:

1, Should we add new cars to the list? Generally I would say no, but certain cars may be useful for example putting turbo skyline hubs onto your old datsun, but where do we draw the line?

2, Completely forgotten what I was going to ask, il post later when I remember it :?

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VOLVO

340, 360, 440, 460, 480 = 4 x 100

850 >93 = 4 x 108

T4, S40, V40 = 4 x 114.3

240, 740, 760, 780, 940, 960 >94 = 5 x 108

850 93>, 960 94>, C70, S70, V70, S90, V90, T5, T5-R = 5 x 108

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Mitsubishi

All 4 stud RWD Mitsubishis are 4x114.3mm

All FWD 4 stud Mitsubishis are 4x114.3mm up til around 1991.

All 5 stud Mitsubishis are 5x114.3mm.

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