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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2003 8:47 pm 
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This is one of the most frequently asked questions on the boards. Unfortunately, though, wheels don't tell the whole story. Instead, we should be asking, "will this wheel/tire combo fit my Neon"?

RadarLove wrote:
Things to look at when purchasing a tire:

1. How far off is a given width/aspect ratio combination going to change the tire circumference from the factory circumference, and how much are you comfortable with? 2%, 5%, 10%, etc. Heck, you could change the effective gear ratio of a Neon with a 3.55 tranny to that of a 3.94 tranny if you really really wanted, but your speedo would be pretty far off... There's a decent variety of 14" tires available, but you broaden that field if you go a little farther outside the norm.

2. Load index-to-sidewall height ratio. By no means is this the be-all-end-all of sidewall stiffness. But generally, the larger the ratio, the stiffer the sidewall. If you plan on doing lots of twistie turnies, a stiffer sidewall is good. If you're more a straight-line person, a softer sidewall is better. Don't just look at aspect ratios - the sidewall on a 185/60 tire is half an inch shorter than the one on a 205/60. Load index is usually lumped with speed rating, like "84W" or "81ZR". The letter is the speed rating - H, V, W or ZR will be more than sufficient, S or lower will not. The load index corresponds to a weight, which you can look up at your leisure on the web.

3. Traction and temperature ratings (UTQG, not customer opinion). Still not as standardized as it should be though. A traction rating of "A" is good. "AA" is better, but you'll have a hard time finding that in a 14" performance tire. A temperature rating of "B" is not something you want to drive on aggressively - it will break down fast...

4. Treadwear ratings. Again, UTQG and not remarkably standardized. The lower the number, the stickier the tire and the shorter the life. Falken Azenis have a treadwear rating of 160 - wicked sticky, buy a new set every year or so. Anything above 400 will last longer, but will heat up fast and get slippery if you are putting them to good use.

5. Tread design. Circumferential grooves do a great job of displacing water. Tires with this design tend to get an "AA" traction rating. Tires without them have a harder time in the rain generally. Keep in mind that this rating is for straight-line braking traction only. Block tread, like what you see on most snow tires, handles better in snow and icy patches. Uneven tread designs tend to be quieter. A more squared shoulder tends to "dig in" on less than favorable roads, and tends to be on tires with a "M+S" designation (Mud and Snow), typically "all-season" tires. A more rounded shoulder makes for more responsive turning, more often on "performance" tires. Smaller blocks/shapes of tread and/or larger space between those blocks/shapes means more tread squirm and more rolling resistance. Just things to look at.

6. Remember, a wider tire does not mean a larger footprint. OK, with a very stiff sidewall, maybe a percent or so. The footprint is wider, but it is also shorter front-to-back as long as the tire pressure is the same (which it should be). Wider tires tend to force you into a lower profile, so they tend to feel better in the turns - it's from the shorter sidewall though, not a bigger footprint. You'll get better performance from a tire designed for your rim width than with a tire that happens to fit (allowable range).

With the huge variety of tires out there, all the media, all the stickers, all your friends' opinions, all the customer opinions, etc., it's hard to make a good decision. You can do your own research and find a tire you are most comfortable with (and many have a 30-day return policy), or you can be like most people, give up on making your own decision, and go with what your friends/heroes/biggest magazine ad says.


Tire Diameter
The first and most obvious thing to consider is the tire diameter. You want to stay fairly close to stock, or you will encounter speedometer and odometer errors. In addition, your wheels/tires act as your final drive ratio. Change the diameter significantly and you change your effective final drive ratio. There is a good tire size calculator on the main page of Neons.org to help you here: Neons.org Tire Size Calculator. Select your desired tire size and see how much speedometer error it generates. Usually anything within about 2 mph will be fine.

But to save time for the lazy folks, some of the closest common replacement tire sizes for Neons are:

195/60-14
205/60-14
195/55-15
205/50-15
215/50-15
205/45-16
215/45-16
205/40-17
215/35-18

Note that some of these are fairly unusual sizes, though, and may have a very small selection of tire brands available. For a good tutorial on what those numbers in a tire size mean, refer to this link: Tire Rack Calculating Tire Dimensions

A common misconception among many enthusiasts is that larger diameter wheels are more likely to rub on a lowered Neon that the stock size. This isn't true, assuming that the correct wheel width and offset are used. A 205/40-17 tire on a 17x7 wheel is almost exactly the same diameter as a stock 185/65-14 tire on the 14x5.5 steel wheel.

Wheel Size
Wheel size is generally specified by diameter and width. For instance, if you see a 17x7 wheel advertised, it is 17 inches in diameter and 7 inches wide. Diameter and width are both measured at the bead mounting surface, rather than the outside edges of the rim. Most typical Neon owners will be looking for wheels between 14 and 18 inches in diameter and between 6 and 7.5 inches wide. Anything beyond these limits is getting pretty extreme and may run into clearance problems.

Bolt Pattern
This one is fairly obvious, but also frequently overlooked. The bolt pattern on the wheel must match the bolt pattern on your Neon, or there's no way your nice new wheels are going to go on the car. Most 1st generation Neons and all 2nd generation Neons have a 5x100 bolt pattern. This simply means that they have 5 lugs arranged in a 100mm diameter circle. Some 1995 Neons have a 4x100 bolt pattern instead. The vast majority of aftermarket wheels with 5 hole patterns will either be 5x100 or 5x114.3. A number of wheels actually have a dual bolt pattern to fit both 5x100 and 5x114.4 applications.

Offset
The final factor to consider is wheel offset. Offset is the difference between the center line of the wheel and the mounting surface. For a more detailed description of offset, refer to this link: Tire Rack Wheel Tech Offset

The main reason to be concerned about offset is because it is one of the major factors that determines backspacing. Backspacing is the amount that the tire extends inboard from the mounting surface on the hub. 1st generation Neons generally can only tolerate 6 inches of backspacing before you start to run into clearance issues with the rear torsion struts. 2nd generation Neons can tolerate a little more backspacing, but if you try to keep it under 6 inches, you'll always be safe. Also, going with a smaller offset number is usually better than a bigger one. Neons have 40mm offset on all of the stock wheels. Going with anything higher than 40mm means that you are making the track of the car narrower by moving the tires further inboard. Smaller offset numbers make the track wider by moving the tires outboard. As a general rule for any reasonable size wheels for a Neon, you want to keep the offset in the 35mm to 42mm range.

Putting it all together
So the big question remains, how do we calculate backspacing for a particular wheel/tire combo. Lets run the numbers with a couple of typical wheel/tire upgrades for Neons.

Case 1: 15x7 inch Kosei K1 Racing wheels with 205/50-15 Bridgestone Potenza S-03 tires

The first thing we need to do is determine the exact dimensions of the tires. Tire Rack has an excellent Specs section for each tire they carry that gives all of the dimensional information we're looking for. The tables show that our tire has an overall "section" width of 8.4 inches when mounted on a 6.5 inch wide wheel. However, we plan to mount it on a 7 inch wide wheel. The rule of thumb is that every half inch difference in wheel width changes the tire width by 0.2 inches. So in this case, our tire will be 8.6 inches wide. Now all we need is the wheel offset to calculate the backspacing. Offsets aren't always shown on the web sites, but you can always call a wheel vendor to get that information. In this case, our wheel has a 38mm offset.

To calculate the backspacing, we divide the tire section width by 2 (since the tire will always be centered on the wheel) and add the offset. Of course, the wheel width is in inches and the offset is in mm, so we need to do a little converting:

Backspace = (8.6 / 2) + (38 / 25.4) = 5.8 inches

Our calculation show that this wheel/tire combo will work fine, but is getting pretty close. We wouldn't want to go any wider on the tires or any more offset on the wheels, or we would probably rub in back.

Case 2: 17x7.5 inch Rota Subzero wheels with 205/40-17 Kumho Ecsta 712 tires

These wheels are actually designed for a Subaru and have a fairly high offset (45mm), but would look really good on a Neon as well. But before we spend $900 or so on wheels and tires, let's make sure they'll work on our car.

From Tire Rack again, the section width of the tires is 8.6 inches on a 7.5 inch wide wheel. That's the size we plan to run, so we don't need to adjust anything. Therefor,

Backspace = (8.6 / 2) + (45 / 25.4) = 6.07 inches

Oops -- that's more than the 6 inches of backspace we want to run, so chances are pretty good that we are going to have rubbing issues in the back.

However, all is not lost. We just need a way to get a little more clearance in back. If we really have our heart set on these wheels (because they're cheap and very light), there are two possible solutions to the offset problem. The first is to run spacers in back. Since we're only a tiny bit over the 6 inch backspacing limit, we could probably run a 1/4 inch spacer and be fine. 1/4 inch = 6.4mm, so that changes our effective offset to 38.6mm, which we know is fine. Anything thicker than that, and we will need longer wheel studs, though. The other solution is to get a set of modified rear torsion struts. The 2nd generation torsion struts actually have an S-bend in them to give the wheels a little more clearance in back. Vitor from the boards here also sells modified 1st generation torsion struts that have a similar S-bend in them to get more clearance. His web site is: Vitor's House of Neon Goodies

Other OEM Wheels Which May Fit Neons

Flea wrote:
ok here is a list of the 4 lug and 5 lug cars that have the same bolt pattern as the Neons. There may be a few odd balls from each year that don't fit but for the most part where I have checked it is correct. Haven't got a hold of each car myself to measure .. only about 3/4 of the list I have actually measured myself .

Editor's Note: Note that while the bolt patterns may be correct, the offset and center bore may be wrong so the wheels still may not fit. In particular, newer Subarus and Volkswagens tend to run much higher offsets than Neons, and those wheels will probably not work without spacers.

5x100 list

BUICK
1996-79½ Skylark, Apollo
1990-81½ Skyhawk
1990-80 Century (Some 114.3 mm)
1989-85 Somerset, Regal , Skylark

CADILLAC
1988-81 Cimarron

CHEVROLET
1996-87 Beretta, Corsica
1999-81½ Cavalier
1991-82 Celebrity (Some 114.3 mm)
1985-79½ Citation

CHRYSLER
1999-95 Cirrus, Sebring
1995-86 Le Baron, New Yorker
1995-85 Le Baron Coupe, Sedan
1986-85 Laser
2003-01 PT Cruiser

DODGE
1999-95 Neon, Stratus
1994-89 Spirit
1994-88 Dynasty
1994-87 Shadow
1992 & 88-86 Caravan
1993-85 Daytona
1989-86 Aries, Aries America
1988-86 400 "K", 600
1989-85 Lancer

OLDSMOBILE
1996-92 Achieva
1992-85 Cutlass Calais
1990-82 Cutlass Ciera (Some 114.3)
1988-81½ Firenza
1985-79½ Omega

PLYMOUTH
1999-95 Breeze, Neon
1997-86 Voyager
1994-89 Acclaim
1994-84 Sundance
1988-85 Caravelle
1989-86 Reliant, Reliant America

PONTIAC
1998-85 Grand Am
1999-81½ J-2000, Sunbird, Sunfire
1990-82 A-6000 (Some 114.3 mm)
1988-84 Fiero
1985-79 Phoenix, Ventura

SUBARU
1999-94 Impreza
1996-90 Legacy

TOYOTA
1992-83 Camry

VOLKSWAGEN
1997-93 Corrado, Golf, Jetta, Passat



4x100 list

AUDI
1992-74 Fox

BMW
1990-82 300 Series

CHEVROLET
1987-85 Nova
1980-76 Chevette

CHRYSLER
1985-84 Laser
1985-82 Le Baron "K", New Yorker

DODGE
1996-95 Neon
1996-94 Colt
1990-78 Omni, 024
1986-82 Charger 2.2
1985-84 Caravan
1985-82 400 "K", 600
1985-81 Aries, Aries America
1984-81 Rampage
1984 Daytona

FORD
1999-95 Aspire
1998-90 Escort, EXP

GEO
1998-89 Prizm

Honda
2000-84 Civic
1989-82 Accord
1991-87 Prelude

KIA
1999-95 Sephia

MAZDA
1994-90 323, GLC
1999-90 Miata, MX-3, MX-5, Protégé

MERCURY
1999-90 Tracer

MITSUBISHI
1999-94 Mirage

NISSAN
1999-86 Sentra, Sunny
1991 B310, Pulsar

OPEL
1982-76 All

PLYMOUTH
1990-78 Horizon, Horizon AM, TC3, Turismo
1996-95 Neon
1985-84 Voyager
1985-81 Reliant, Reliant America

SATURN
1998-91 All

SUZUKI
1999-96 Baleno, Esteem

TOYOTA
1999-92 Paseo
1996-83 Corolla, Tercel
1992-80 Celica

VOLKSWAGEN
1997-95 Cabrio
1997-85 Golf, Jetta
1996-83 Passat
1995-88 Corrado
1994-85 Cabriolet
1994-83 Fox
1989-75 Rabbit
1989-80 Scirocco
1986-75 Dasher
1985-80 Pickup


SilverBulletNeon wrote:
Need to check your Mazda's there for 4 by 100. MX-5 Miata model years are 1990-1997 and then 1999 to present.

1990-1997 steel wheel is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 14" x 5.5"
1990-1993 alloy wheel is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 14" x 5.5"
1994-1997 alloy wheel is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 14" x 6"
1995-1997 M Edition alloy wheel is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 15" x 6"
1999-2002 wheel is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 15" x 6"
2nd generation with 16 is 4x100 with 45mm offset. 16" x 6.5"
99 Sport 5 Spoke Alloy and 2001 5 Spoke Alloy is 4x100 with 40mm offset. 15" x 6"


notta_factor wrote:
There's a bolt pattern book that some shops use and the five bolt neon is 2053 Hollander.


Keith96DOHC wrote:
Another resource to use is Discount Tire's website http://www.discounttiredirect.com look up the wheels for any car in question, and it will list the bolt pattern and offset for every aftermarket wheel they carry. While this won't tell you the exact offset for the stock wheels in question, it will give you the bolt pattern, and the offset should be darn close.

-Keith


ejsneonss wrote:
The new Celica have a 5X100 bolt patten but the hub is smaller than the Neons. You can get a shop to wide'n the hub and they will fit with no problems.



Here's a list of some OEM wheel weights. Check your wheel size and offset before you do anything - many of these will not fit Neons.

WHEEL MANUFACTURING METHOD WHEEL SIZE WEIGHT (lbs.)
Acura Integra GS 92 Cast 14x5.5 15.5
Acura Integra GS-R 94-95 Cast 15x6 16.0
Acura Integra GS-R 96 Cast 15x6 15.5
Acura Integra GS-R 97 (00+ LS) Cast 15x6 15.0
Acura Integra GS-R 98-01 Cast 15x6 16.3
Acura Integra Type-R (Euro 5-bolt) Cast 15x6 13.0
Acura Integra Type-R (JDM 4-bolt) Cast 15x6 12.3
Acura Integra Type-R (JDM 4-bolt) Cast 16x7 17.0
Acura Integra Type-R (US 5-bolt) Cast 15x6 15.6
Acura NSX Forged 15x6.5 15.2
Acura NSX Forged 16x7 16.8
Acura NSX Forged 17x8.5 20.9
Acura RSX Cast 16x6.5 16.0
Alfa Romeo Cast Mg 13x5.5 9.0
Alfa Romeo 156 Cast 16x6.5 21.7
Alfa Romeo GTV Cast 17x7.5 25.3
Audi A4 5-spoke Cast 16x7 20.0
Audi A4 7-spoke Cast 16x7 20.6
Audi A8 Forged 17x8 21.0
Audi A8 9-spoke Cast 20x8.5 28.6
Audi S4 Avus Cast 17x7.5 28.0
Audi S8 Avus Cast 18x8 27.2
Audi TT Cast 16x7 18.5
Audi TT Forged 17x7.5 21.5
Audi TT Cast 17x7.5 29.0
BMW 320i Cast 13x6 10.8
BMW 328is Cast 16x7 19.0
BMW E30 M3 Cast 15x7 16.0
BMW E30 M3 (BBS RS003) Cast/Spun 16x7 16.0
BMW E34 M5 "Throwing Stars" Forged 17x8 19.5
BMW E36 M3 Cast 17x7.5 22.3
BMW E36 M3 LTW Forged 17x7.5 20.0
BMW E39 M5 Forged 18x8 23.6
BMW E39 M5 Forged 18x9.5 25.6
BMW Parallels Forged 18x8 23.0
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 01 Forged 17x9.5 19.6
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 01 Forged 18x10.5 21.4
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 01 - CCW skeletal mod Forged 17x9.5 17.8
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 01 - CCW skeletal mod Forged 18x10.5 19.8
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 02 Cast/Spun 17x9.5 19.2
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 02 Cast/Spun 18x10.5 21.0
Datsun 200SX 80-83 (16-spoke) Cast 14x5.5 15.0
Datsun 200SX 80-83 (32-spoke) Cast 14x5.5 16.0
Datsun 200SX 80-83 (disk) Cast 14x5.5 14.0
Datsun 280Z 79-80 Cast 14x6 18.0
Datsun 280ZX 81-83 Cast 14x6 13.0
Datsun 280ZX Turbo 81 Cast 15x6 17.0
Datsun 280ZX Turbo 82-83 Cast 15x6 14.0
Datsun 810/Maxima 81-84 Cast 14x5.5 15.0
Dodge Challenger 78-83 Cast 14x5.5 15.0
Dodge Colt 88-90 Cast 14x5.5 13.0
Dodge Conquest 84-86 Cast 14x6 15.0
Dodge Conquest 84-85 (large vents) Cast 15x6.5 14.0
Dodge Conquest 84-87 (all others) Cast 15x6.5 16.0
Dodge Neon ACR 02 Cast 15x6 16.5
Dodge Viper - 01 Cast 18x10 28.4
Dodge Viper - 01 Cast 18x13 32.3
Ford Focus ZTS and Wagon Cast 15x6 15.2
Ford Focus ZX3 Cast 16x6 19.1
Ford Mustang - Roush (made by Prime) Cast 17x8 26.5
Ford Taurus SHO Cast 16x6.5 18.8
GMC Syclone/Typhoon (Front) Cast/Spun 16x8 21.2
GMC Syclone/Typhoon (Rear) Cast/Spun 16x8 21.8
Honda Civic 88-91 Stamped Steel 13x5 16.0
Honda Civic EX/Si 92+ Cast 14x5 18.0
Honda Civic HX 96-97 Cast 14x5.5 11.75
Honda Civic Type R 02 Cast 17x7 20.2
Honda CRX Si 90 Cast 14x5 17.0
Honda Prelude 97-99 Cast 16x6.5 19.0
Honda Prelude 97-99 SH Cast 16x6.5 19.7
Honda Prelude VTEC 93 Cast 15x6.5 22.5
Honda Prelude VTEC/Si 95-96 Cast 15x6.5 17.0
Honda S2000 Cast 16x6.5 17.5
Honda S2000 Cast 16x7.5 18.6
Honda S2000 JDM (BBS) Forged 16x6.5 13.3
Honda S2000 JDM (BBS) Forged 16x7.5 14.3
Infinity G20 91-97 Cast 14x6 15.0
Infinity M30 90-92 Cast 15x6.5 17.0
Isuzu Impulse, Stylus/Geo Storm 90-93 Cast 14x5.5 14.0
Isuzu Impulse, Stylus/Geo Storm 90-93 Stamped Steel 14x5.5 16.0
Isuzu Impulse, Stylus/Geo Storm 90-93 Cast 15x6 18.0
Lexus ES300 97 Cast 15x6 18.0
Mazda 323 7-spoke Cast 15x5.5 15.3
Mazda 626 83-87 Cast 15x6 16.0
Mazda 929 93-95 Cast 15x6 12.0
Mazda Miata 90-93 Cast 14x5.5 12.5
Mazda Miata 90-97 Steel Stamped Steel 14x5.5 18.0
Mazda Miata 92C/93LE (BBS) Forged 14x6 9.0
Mazda Miata 94 M-Edition Cast 14x6 10.3
Mazda Miata 94-97 (semi-hollow spokes) Cast 14x6 10.9
Mazda Miata 94-97 (hollow spokes) Cast 14x6 11.8
Mazda Miata 95 M-Edition (BBS) Forged 15x6 11.0
Mazda Miata 96 M-Edition (Enkei) Cast 15x6 14.5
Mazda Miata 97 M-Edition Cast 15x6 14.5
Mazda Miata 99-00 Cast 14x6 12.5
Mazda Miata 99-00 Cast 15x6 13.4
Mazda Miata 01 Cast 16x6.5 15.5
Mazda Miata Spare Tire & Wheel (includes tire weight)
Stamped Steel 14x4 21.6
Mazda Miata UK Cast 15x6 15.0
Mazda Millenia Cast 15x6 11.5
Mazda RX7 84-85 Cast 14x5.5 13.0
Mazda RX7 86-88 Cast 14x5.5 13.5
Mazda RX7 FD3S Cast 16x8 15.4
Mazda RX7 FD3S - PFD Cast (Brittle) 16x8 13.8
Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 95 Cast 18x8.5 25.0
Mitsubishi Galant 91 Cast 15x6 17.0
Mitsubishi Galant 92 Cast 15x6 16.0
Mitsubishi Galant 94-96 (5-spoke) Cast 15x6 15.0
Mitsubishi Galant 96-97 (4-spoke) Cast 15x6 14.5
Mitsubishi GSX 1997 Cast 17x6.5 25.0
Nissan 200SX 84 Cast 14x5.5 15.0
Nissan 200SX 84-87 Cast 15x6 19.0
Nissan 200SX Turbo 85-86 Cast 15x6 19.0
Nissan 240SX 89-90 Cast 15x6 16.0
Nissan 240SX 91-94 Cast 15x6 18.0
Nissan 240SX 95-96 Cast 15x6 15.0
Nissan 240SX 95-98 LE and SE Cast 16x6.5 18.5
Nissan 300ZX 84-85 Cast 15x6.5 19.0
Nissan 300ZX NA and TT front Cast 16x7.5 16.0
Nissan Altima 93-97 Cast 15x6 17.0
Nissan Altima 98-01 Cast 16x6 18.0
Nissan Maxima 85-86 Cast 15x6 20.0
Nissan Maxima 87-88 Cast 15x6 17.0
Nissan Maxima 95-99 GLE Cast 15x6.5 16.5
Nissan Maxima 95-99 SE Cast 16x6.5 19.6
Nissan Sentra SE + SE-R 01-02 Cast 16x6 18.0
Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V 02 Cast 17x7 24.0
Nissan Stanza 90-92 Cast 14x6 15.0
Porsche 911 Fuchs Forged 16x6 17.0
Porsche 911 Fuchs Forged 16x7 18.0
Porsche 911 Fuchs Forged 16x8 19.0
Porsche 911 Fuchs Forged 16x9 20.0
Porsche 914 6-cylinder 5-bolt (rare) Forged Mg 15x5.5 7.0
Porsche 928CS Forged 16x8 19.0
Porsche 944S2 Cast 16x7 18.7
Porsche 944S2 Cast 16x8 22.0
Porsche 944S2 Spare Tire & Wheel (includes tire weight)
Stamped Steel 29.3
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Flat Dish" Forged 16x7 18.5
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Flat Dish" Forged 16x8 20.0
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 Fuchs Forged 16x7 15.0
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 Fuchs Forged 16x8 16.0
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Phone Dial" Cast 16x7 18.5
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Phone Dial" Cast 16x8 20.0
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Phone Dial" - Optional Cast Mg 16x8 16.1
Porsche 944 Turbo/951 "Phone Dial" - Optional Cast Mg 16x9 16.5
Porsche 944 Turbo S/951S Design 90 "Clubsport" Forged 16x7 18.5
Porsche 944 Turbo S/951S Design 90 "Clubsport" Forged 16x9 20.0
Porsche 968 Cast 17x7.5 20.0
Porsche 968 Cast 17x9 23.0
Porsche 993 Cast 17x7.5 18.0
Porsche 993 Cast 17x9 19.5
Porsche 996 Cast 17x7 19.1
Porsche 996 Cast 17x9 22.3
Porsche 996 Cast 18x8 20.0
Porsche 996 Cast 18x10 23.4
Porsche Boxter Cast 17x7 20.3
Porsche Boxter Cast 17x8.5 22.7
Porsche Club Sports Cast 16x7 19.0
Porsche Club Sports Cast 16x9 21.5
Porsche Cup Cast 18x8 26.2
Porsche Cup Cast 18x10 29.3
Subaru Impreza MY98 Cast 16x7 17.0
Subaru Impreza MY99 Cast 16x7 17.0
Subaru Impreza MY00/01 Cast 16x7 16.5
Subaru Impreza MY00/01 WRX Sti Forged 17x7.5 19.8
Subaru Impreza MY02 WRX Cast 16x6.5 16.5
Subaru Impreza MY02 WRX (BBS) Forged 17x7 16.0
Subaru Legacy Stamped Steel 15x6 19.5
Subaru Legacy GT-B (Japan) Forged 17x7 17.8
Subaru Legacy (Enkei) Cast 15x6 16.0
Subaru Legacy Outback (Topy) Cast 15x6 18.0
Toyota Altezza (Lexus IS300) Z-Edition Cast 17x7 22.0
Toyota Celica/Supra 82-84 Cast 14x5.5 14.5
Toyota Celica GTS/Supra P 82-85 Cast 14x7 15.0
Toyota Corolla 86-87 Cast 14x5.5 14.5
Toyota Corolla 93-97 Cast 14x5.5 19.0
Toyota MR2 Cast 15x6 14.5
Toyota MR2 Cast 15x6.5 15.0
Toyota MR-S Cast 15x6 14.6
Toyota MR-S Cast 15x6.5 15.2
Toyota Supra L 85 Cast 15x6 15.0
Toyota Supra 86.5-89 Cast 16x7 23.0
Toyota Van Cast 14x5.5 17.0
Volkswagen Bravo Cast 17x7.5 22.5
Volkswagen Cabriolet Cast 14x6 15.5
Volkswagen Corrado SLC BBS Cast 15x6.5 18.5
Volkswagen Golf (BBS RM 2-piece) Cast/Cast (very soft) 15x6.5 15.0
Volkswagen Golf GTI (BBS RS 3-piece) Forged/Cast 15x7 13.2
Volkswagen Siata Cast 17x7 21.0

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And here is some more vehicles and their corresponding wheel sizes. Some may be duplicates of the above list.

Acura Integra (all models) 1986-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nuts / 56.15mm Bore)
Acura Integra Type-R 1999-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nuts / 70.10mm Bore)
Acura CL 2.3 1996-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nuts / 64.15mm Bore)
Acura TL 2.5 1996-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nuts / 64.15mm Bore)
Acura TL 3.2 1998-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nuts / 70.10mm Bore)
Chevrolet Cavalier (all models) 1989-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Chevrolet Spectrum 1986-1989 (4x100mm)
Chrysler Cirrus LX/LXI 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Chrysler Neon base LX 2001-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Chrysler PT Cruiser 2000-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Chrysler Sebring LX 1995-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Chrysler Sebring JX/JXI Convertible 1996-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible 2002-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Chrysler Sebring LX Sedan/Plus 2002-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Daewoo Lanos 1999-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 56.60mm Bore)
Daewoo Leganza 1999-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 56.60mm Bore)
Daewoo Nubira 1999-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 56.60mm Bore)
Dodge Avenger Base / ES 1995-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Dodge Colt Base/GL/DL 1987-1992 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Dodge Colt GT Turbo 1987-1992 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Dodge Colt (all models) 1993-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Dodge Daytona Base 1987-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Daytona Pacifica 1987-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Daytona Shelby Z 1987-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Neon (all) 1995-1997 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Neon (all models) 1998-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Neon (5x100) 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Neon ACR 2001-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Neon R/T 2001-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Neon SE/ES 2001-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus Base 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus Base with ABS 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus ES 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus SE/RT Coupe 2001-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Stratus SE/ES Sedan 2001-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus SE Plus Sedan 2002-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Dodge Stratus SE Coupe 2002-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Stratus RT Coupe 2002-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Dodge Vista 2WD Wagon 1985-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Dodge Vista 4WD Wagon 1987-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Eagle Talon DL/ES/ESI 1990-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Eagle Talon TSI AWD 1990-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Ford Contour, Countour SVT 1995-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Ford Escort, EXP 1981-1983 1/2 (4x108mm / 1/2 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Ford Escort, EXP 1983 1/2-1990 (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Ford Escort (all models) 1991-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Ford Focus 2000-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Ford Probe 1989-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Ford Thunderbird (all models) 1989-1997 (5x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.90mm Bore)
Ford Thunderbird 2002-up (5x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.90mm Bore)
Geo Prizm Base / GSI 1998-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Geo Storm Base / GSI 1990-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Honda Accord 1982-1989 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Honda Accord 1990-1997 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 64.10mm Bore)
Honda Accord 4-cyl 1998-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 64.10mm Bore)
Honda Accord 6-cyl 1998-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut . 64.10mm Bore)
Honda Civic 80-2002-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Honda CRV 1998-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Honda CRX 1982-1993 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Honda Prelude 1982-1991 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Honda Prelude 1992-1996 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 64.10mm Bore)
Honda Prelude 1997-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 64.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Accent Base/GL/GS 1995-1999 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Accent GL/GS/L 2000-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Elantra Sedan/Wagon 1992-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Excel 1986-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Scoupe (all) 1991-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Sonata (all) 1989-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai Tiburon Base/FX 1997-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Hyundai XG300 sedan 2001-up (5x114.3mm)
Hyundai XG350 sedan 2002-up (5x114.3mm)
Hyundai XG350 sedan 2002-up (5x114.3mm)
Infiniti G20 1991-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Infiniti I30 1992-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Infiniti J30 1990-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Isuzu I-Mark 1985-1990 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Isuzu Impulse 1989-1992 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Isuzu Stylus 1991-1992 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Kia Optima Sedan 2001-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Kia Rio 2001-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Kia Rio Cinco Wagon 2002-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Kia Sephia 1993-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Kia Spectra (all models) 2000-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 56.10mm Bore)
Lexus ES300 1992-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus GS300 1993-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus GS400 96-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus GS430 01-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus IS300 00-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus LS400 1990-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus SC300 1992-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus SC400 1992-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Lexus SC430 2002-up-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Mazda Miata, MX5 1990-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Mazda Millenia, LS 1995-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mazda MX-6 1988-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mazda Protege DX/LX/EX 1990-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Mazda Protégé 2.0 ES/MP3 2002-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mazda RX-7, GSL, SE 1984-1988 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Mazda RX-7, GXL, GTU, TURBO II 1986-1992 (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mazda RX-7 1990-1995 GTU/GXL (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mazda 323, LX, GT 1986-1989 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Mazda 626 1983-1987 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Mazda 626 1988-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Mazda 929 1988-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Mercury Cougar Base/XR7 1989-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.90mm Bore)
Mercury Cougar 4cyl/6cyl/C2/ZN 2002-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.90mm Bore)
Mercury Mystique GS/LS 1995-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Mercury Sable GL/LS 1986-up (5x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.90mm Bore)
Mercury Topaz 2/4 door 1986-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 63.40mm Bore)
Mercury Tracer (all) 1988-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 59.60mm Bore)
Merkur XR4TI (all models) 1985-up (4x108mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut)
Mitsubishi Cordia 1985-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Diamante 1991-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Eclipse 1989-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Expo 1992-1995 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Galant 1993-1998 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Galant (all models) 1999-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Mirage 1988-1992 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Mirage 1993-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Precis 1988-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi Tredia 1984-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi 3000 Base 1991-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Mitsubishi 3000 GT, SL, VR4 1991-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Nissan Altima 1993-2001 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan Altima 2002-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan Maxima SE, GXE 1989-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan Maxima GLE 1995-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan Pulsar, Sentra 1986-1999 (4x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 59.10mm Bore)
Nissan Sentra 2000-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan 200 SX 1980-1988 (4x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan 200 SX V6 1985-1988 (5x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 66.10mm Bore)
Nissan 200 SX 1995-up (4x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 59.10mm Bore)
Nissan 240Z, 260Z, 280Z, 280ZX, 280ZX Turbo 1970-1985 (4x114.3mm/12x1.25 Lug-nut/59.10mm)
Oldsmobile Achieva (all models) 1992-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Alero (all models) 1999-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais (all models) 1985-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 5x100 1984-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 5x115 1984-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1988-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Firenza ) 1985-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Oldsmobile Intrigue (all models) 1998-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Plymouth Acclaim 1989-1995 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Breeze 1994-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Laser 1985-1989 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Laser 1990-1994 (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 67.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Neon 4-lug 1994-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Neon Sport 5-lug 1994-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Plymouth Sundance 1987-1994 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Pontiac Fiero 1984-1989 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Pontiac Grand Am 1985-1998 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Pontiac Grand Am 1999-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Pontiac Grand-Prix 1988-1998 (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Pontiac Grand Prix (wide track) 1997-up (5x115mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 70.30mm Bore)
Pontiac Sunbird 1985-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Pontiac Sunfire 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Pontiac 6000 1982-1990 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 57.10mm Bore)
Saturn SC, SL1, SL2, SC2 1991-up (4x100mm / 57.10mm Bore)
Subaru Forester Base/S 1998-up (5x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 56.15mm Bore)
Subaru Impreza 1993-up (5x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 56.15mm Bore)
Subaru Legacy 1990-up (5x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 56.15mm Bore)
Subaru Outback 1995-up (5x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 56.15mm Bore)
Suzuki Esteem 1995-up (4x100mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 54.10mm Bore)
Suzuki Swift 1989-up (4x114.3mm / 12x1.25 Lug-nut / 60.10mm Bore)
Toyota Avalon 1996-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Camry 1986-1991 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Camry (all models) 1992-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Celica 1986-1991 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Celica (all models) 1992-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Corolla 1996-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Corolla CE Sedan 2003-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Corolla S 2003-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Corolla LE 2003-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Cressida 1989-1992 (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Echo 2000-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Matrix Base/XR/XRSCorolla LE 2003-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota MR2 1986-1990 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota MR2 1991-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Paseo 1994-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Toyota Solara 1999-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Tacoma Pick-up 2WD 1995-up (5x114.3mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 60.06mm Bore)
Toyota Tercel 1989-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-nut / 54.06mm Bore)
Volkswagen Beetle (all models) 1998-up (5x100mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Corrado G60 1989-1992 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Corrado SLC V6 1992-1994 (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Fox 1987-up (5x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Golf GL/Cabriolet 1985-1998 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet 1988-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Golf III Cabriolet 1999-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Golf IV (all models) 1999-up (5x100mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Jetta GL/Carat/GLS/GLI 1981-1998 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Jetta IV (all models) 1999-up (5x100mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Jetta GLX VR6 1993-1995 (5x100mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Passat GL/GLS/Wagon 1990-1997 (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Passat GLX VR6 1993-1995 (5x100mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Passat (all models) 1998-up (5x112mm / 14x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Quantum (all models) 1984-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Rabbit (all models) 1979-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)
Volkswagen Scirocco 1995-up (4x100mm / 12x1.5 Lug-bolt / 57.10mm Bore)

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