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  • Does anybody know the bolt pattern for a 68 camaro? im looking into these rims but dont know if they will fit my camaro.

    What bolt pattern does a '68 Camaro have. I'm thinking of buying a set of wheels off a Camaro but need to know the bolt pattern. The guy who.

    I found an ad on craigslist for these turbine wheels and he said that he pulled these wheels off a camaro for sure and that the lug pattern was 5.

    Also measure in mm, for example 5x Its my eyes that do the magic. Quote message in reply? Thread Tools Show Printable Version.

    What bolt pattern does a '68 Camaro have?? - Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

    Bolt Pattern list 5 X You will fine bolt pattern. Most rims are interchangeable from one car to another car. To find out you need to compare your bolt pattern with the bolt pattern of the wheel you have on hand. Sometimes its difficult to find out about the specific information about the rims if you only have the wheels but no stud or bold pattern information.

    Then i recorded the make, model and year of the car and was looking for the wheel information about that rims. That way i was finding my car's bold pattern. Now I am quite used to recognizing the stud pattern. Its my eyes that do the magic. Its a couple factor that really decide if a rim will fit into a car. Bold pattern Stud pattern: Used to describe the amount of lugs your car, or wheels, have, and also the measurement in between them. Also measure in mm, for example 5x The centerbore of a wheel is the size of the hole in the back of the wheel that centers it over the mounting hub of the car.

    Some factory wheels have a centerbore that matches exactly with the hub to reduce vibration by keeping the wheel centered. Wheels with the correct centerbore to the car they will be mounted on are known as hubcentric. Hubcentric wheels take the stress off the lug nuts, reducing the job of the lug nuts to center the wheel to the car. Wheels that are not hubcentric are known as lugcentric, as the job of centering is done by the lug nuts assuming they are properly torqued down.

    Centerbore on aftermarket wheels must be equal to or greater than that of the hub, otherwise the wheel cannot be mounted on the car. Many aftermarket wheels come with "hubcentric rings" that lock or slide into the back of the wheel to adapt a wheel with a larger centerbore to a smaller hub.

    Courtesy of Wikipedia Offset: Offset is the measurement of where the mounting surface of the wheel is where the bolt holes are , compared to the centerline of the wheel. Usually referred to as negative, positive, or zero offset or Low, Medium or High.

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