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Old 08-09-2010, 03:54 AM
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97-04 bolt pattern?

fit any toyotas or nissians?

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There are Nissan's that it fits, but I think there weren't very many sold with that bolt pattern. Don't know of any Toyotas.
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I think frontiers and pathfinders are the only ones but im not sure if there are more.
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Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra, and I think that's it as far as other trucks with the same bolt pattern goes.
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Stock Backspacing
15X7 = 4.5
16X7 = 4.5
15X8 = 5.5
16X8 = 5.5
17X9 = 6 1/8
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I thought the Nissan lug pattern was the same, but the hub diameter is different. I was under the impression it was smaller.

Also, share bolt pattern with:

2002-2007 GMC ENVOY
2007-2009 HYUNDAI ENTOURAGE
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Not all Nissan trucks have the same bolt pattern. There was a certain option that gave them the 6x4.5 bolt pattern. And I've never heard of a single Chevy have 6x4.5. Chevy uses 6x5.5 bolt pattern.
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greybrick Wrote:Here's an update of vehicles using the 6 x 114.3mm / 4.5 inch wheel pattern;

* Dodge Durango (1998 - 2003) Hub bore: 71.4mm
* Dodge Dakota (1991 - 2004) Hub bore: 71.4mm
* Dodge Viper (1992-2009)
* Nissan Frontier (2005 - 2009) OEM offset: +30mm / Hub bore: 66.1mm
* Nissan Pathfinder (2005 - 2009) OEM offset: +30mm / Hub bore: 66.1mm
* Nissan Xterra (2005 - 2009) OEM offset: +30mm / Hub bore: 66.1mm
* Suzuki Equator (2009) OEM offset: +30mm / Hub bore: 66.1mm
* Hyundai Entourage (2007 - 2009)
* Kia Sedona (2006 - 2009)
* Kia Borrego (2009)

The Cadillac SRX (2004 - 2008) uses 6 x 115mm bolt pattern<--not exactly 6x4.5 meaning not an exact fit and could cause lug damage.

And yes, you also need to consider the centric hub size for centering the wheels. You do not want the lugs themselves supporting the weight, you want the weight to be supported by the hub and the lug nuts are just supposed to hold the wheel onto the hub.
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yeah, the GMC Envoy isn't correct. That's the same lug pattern as a Colorado which is the same as a Fullsize Chevy. And older Nissan trucks (Hardbody's, Frontier's) are the same as Chevy. The newer ones have smaller lug patterns as is posted above.
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yeah, the GMC Envoy isn't correct. That's the same lug pattern as a Colorado which is the same as a Fullsize Chevy...
That's strange becuase there are companies that sell Envoy OEM wheels in the 6x4.5mm pattern. Maybe it was typo or maybe I miss read there descriptions.
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