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Old 22 Jun 2005, 11:51 am
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I think I know the answer to my question, and I know all of you will know it as well. My question is: Is our bolt pattern not only 5x100 but ALSO 5x112? PLEASE tell me yes.....post away.
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Old 22 Jun 2005, 02:03 pm
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A bolt pattern is only one size. A small difference may allow it to be placed on, but IS NOT RIGHT.
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Old 22 Jun 2005, 02:52 pm
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I thought I read somewhere that we can fit 5x100 and 5x112 on our Cruisers? Is this correct?
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Old 22 Jun 2005, 03:15 pm
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quote:Originally posted by Bigphil3232

I thought I read somewhere that we can fit 5x100 and 5x112 on our Cruisers? Is this correct?
BigPhil
Don't see how that could be. It's 5 studs and the radius. How could it be 2 sizes?
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Old 22 Jun 2005, 03:19 pm
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Phil in one word......NO.
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Old 22 Jun 2005, 10:25 pm
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5x100 if I can remember right. That what I ask for when I bought my winter rims for the GT.

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Old 22 Jun 2005, 10:30 pm
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I went and search out my old fitment guide. This is what they have for the PT: 2001-2004, 5x100, 12x1.50 OEM Thread, 3/4" OEM Hex, 57.1mm Hub, +50 Offset.

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Old 23 Jun 2005, 11:38 am
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Thanks to all of you, but I had a brain fart. I knew it was 5x100, and was actually thinking about rims that come pre-drilled that would fit both patterns. It has been a LONG month.
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