How to Know What Rims Will Fit Your Car
- Determine your bolt pattern. The first step in ensuring that a particular wheel will fit on your car is to find the bolt pattern of the hub.
- Use you tape measure to find out what the stock dimensions of your wheels are. Wheel dimensions are measured in diameter (15,16-17-inches, etc.) and width (6,7, 8-inches).
Are Honda and Toyota rims interchangeable?
Hi there – no, your Honda rims (OEM at least) will not fit on your Toyota Corolla. Even though the bolt pattern is the same, the center bore on your Toyota rims is 54.1mm, but your Honda center bore is 56 or 64mm. The Toyota rims won’t fit on the Honda hub – center hole too small for the hub.
What is the bolt pattern on my car?
The bolt pattern, or bolt circle, is the diameter of an imaginary circle formed by the centers of the wheel lugs. Common bolt patterns have 4, 5, 6, or 8 lug holes.
Can I put 16 rims on my car?
When changing the car’s original wheels and tires, the general rule of thumb is that you can go up or down by one inch. For example, if your car is currently riding on 17-in wheels, you can reduce the size to 16 inches. If you’re looking for better handling, you can go up to an 18-in wheel.
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