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Old 04-26-2009, 07:44 PM
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Bolt pattern?

Does anyone know how you measure the bolt pattern/offste of wheels? I have 4 that I am trying to sell What is the quick way to measure them. Is it across the hub pr to the next hole. Also is it center to center or edge to edge. Need an answer ASAP I have a buyer waiting.
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Does anyone know how you measure the bolt pattern/offste of wheels? I have 4 that I am trying to sell What is the quick way to measure them. Is it across the hub pr to the next hole. Also is it center to center or edge to edge. Need an answer ASAP I have a buyer waiting.
Measure from the center of one stud hole to the center of the other stud hole that is the farthest away. If it's a 5 lug wheel and you measure 5.5" between the studs, then it is a 5 on 5.5" lug pattern.
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Correction to the above post. If it's a 5 lug, you measure from the outside edge of the lug hole to the center of the lug hole farthest away. 6 and 8 lug wheels are from center of hole to center of hole.
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Here's a link to show you how to measure backspacing. https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html#backspace
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Thanks again. I am trying to sell a set of wheels and people are asking me questions that I have no idea about.
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