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A bit of 4x100 lug wheel swap info I put together...

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I was curious what different options I had available for wheels to fit 4x100 hubs and did a bit of digging on the web for other cars with the same lug pattern. This doesn't address backspacing, but here's what I put together so far.

 

Feel free to add your own. Enjoy!

 

- Freed

 

PS- this didn't paste in well from Excel. Sorry for the mess.

 

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Make Model Years Wheel Size

Acura INTEGRA 86-01 14 X 6

Audi 4000 79-84 14 X 6

Audi 4000S 76-84 13 X 5.5

Audi 80,90 QUATTRO To '87 13 X 5.5

Audi COUPE 79-84 14 X 6

Audi FOX 76-84 13 X 5.5

BMW 318,325 84-91 14 X 6

BMW 320,323 79-83 13 X 5.5

BMW 1600, 2002 thru 86

Buick FWD Century 82-85

Cadillac Cimarron 81-86

Chevy CHEVETTE 75-86 13 X 5

Chevy NOVA/SPECTRUM 86-89 13 X 5.5

Chevy PRIZM 90-on 14 X 5.5

Dodge ARIES 81-86 13 X 5.5

Dodge CARAVAN 84-85 14 X 6

Dodge CHARGER 2.2 82-86 13 X 5.5

Dodge COLT 93-94 13 X 4.5

Dodge DAYTONA 82-84 14 X 6

Dodge NEON 94-96 14 X 5.5

Dodge RAMPAGE 78-85 14 X 6

Ford ASPIRE 94-on 13 X 4.5

Ford ESCORT GT 91-96 15 X 6

Ford ESCORT LX 92-97 14 X 5

Ford ESCORT LX, WAGON 91-94 13 X 5.5

Ford ZX2 97- 15 X 6

Honda ACCORD 82-89 13 X 5

Honda CIVIC 80-96 13 X 5

Honda CIVIC, EX 89-on 14 X 5

Honda CRX SI 86-91 14 X 6

Honda CRX,PRELUDE 80-91 13 X 5.5

Honda DEL SOL 93-97 13 X 4.5

Honda DEL SOL, V-TECH 92-on 14 X 6

Honda INSIGHT 01-on -

Honda PRELUDE SI 86-91 14 X 6

Isuzu I-MARK 83-89 13 X 5

Isuzu I-MARK TURBO 87-89 14 X 6

Isuzu IMPULSE 83-92 14 X 6

Isuzu STYLUS 91-on 14 X 6

Mazda 323 9 90-94 13 X 5.5

Mazda MIATA, MX5 (Use Acorn Lug Nuts) 90-on 14 X 6

Mazda MX-3 92-96 14 X 6

Mazda MX-3 GS 92-96 15 X 6

Mazda PROTEGE 90-01 13 X 5.5

Mercury TOPAZ 91-96 13 X 5

Mercury TRACER 91-96 14 X 5

Mitsubishi MIRAGE 93-96 13 X 4.5

Mitsubishi MIRAGE 94-97 14 X 5.5

Mitsubishi MIRAGE COUPE 97-on 14 X 5.5

Nissan 200SX 95-97 13 X 5

Nissan 200SX 95-97 14 X 5.5

Nissan 200SX SE-R 95-97 15 X 5.5

Nissan NX 2000 91-93 14 X 6

Nissan PULSAR SE 87-90 14 X 6

Nissan PULSAR XE 87-90 13 X 5.5

Nissan SENTRA 87-on 14 X 6

Opel Kadett

Opel Kadet , GT , Manta 68-79

Plymouth HORIZON,OMNI 79-90 13 X 5

Plymouth RELIANT 81-85 13 X 5

Plymouth VOYAGER 81-85 13 X 5.5

Renault All to '89

Saturn S SERIES 91-on 14 X 6

Suzuki ESTEEM 95-97 13 X 5.5

Toyota COROLLA 88-96 13 X 5

Toyota COROLLA 88-97 14 X 5.5

Toyota ECHO 00-on 13 X 4.5

Toyota MR-2 85-89 14 X 6

Toyota MR-2 SPYDER 00-on -

Toyota PASEO 92-96 14 X 5.5

Toyota PRIUS 01-on

Toyota TERCEL 83-97 13 X 4.5

Volkswagen CABRIO 97-on 14 X 6

Volkswagen CORRADO 89-92 15 X 6

Volkswagen GOLF 85-98 14 X 6

Volkswagen JETTA 81-98 14 X 6

Volkswagen PASSAT 90-97 14 X 6

Volkswagen QUANTUM 82-89 14 X 6

Volkswagen SCIROCCO 16 VALVE 81-88 14 X 6

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Unfortunatly our hubs are 4x140mm :( On the good side modifying your current hubs to 6x140mm (read: 6x 5.5"; common pattern) is quite easy. Modifying 6x5.5" rims to bolt onto your 4x140mm hub is even easier; asthetics are the only draw back I've seen.

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HMMM.

 

You are right:

 

http://wheeltool.com/info/4bolt.html

 

I now have no idea what website I got the 4x100 info off of.

 

Don't I feel like a noob. :-\ That was an interesting waste of time. Thank goodness I didn't do something really dumb like buy a set of Integra rims for my car already.

 

Well, lets leave this up for archival reasons.

 

- Freed

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One bolt on and go option is the Peugoet 504 and 505 rims. The came in a few flavors... steel, aluminum, different styles, 14" or 15".... I run a set of pug 15" steel rims. Really expands your options for tires going upto 15" as thats the 'standard' light truck size. Where it limits you is width of the tire due to the 4"s of backspacing. On my EA82 wagon the widest I could go was 9.5"... even then it was REALLY REALLY close; just a difference in tread pattern might have made them rub. This is where the advantages of going to 6bolt comes in; you can get rims with less backspacing and therefore allow wider tires.

 

Good luck !_!

 

No worries about looking like a newb here :) I think youll find here, unlike a lot of other online forums, we are quite accepting of new comers and happy to help them out. Afterall you prolly would have went and bought some rims and found the the hard way; had you not come here and asked :drunk:

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