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so if i get a wheel that is 1" wider than stock @ 7.5" [18x7.5 ], you think the 42mm would make the wheel fit similarly to the way it does with the stock wheel @ 42mm offset?

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The problem with this question is that its tricky. It depends on HOW the wheel is wider. Not all wheels are made even. Some are wider on both sides. Some are wider in the back, and some are wider in the front. It depends on the design.

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so if i get a wheel that is 1" wider than stock @ 7.5" [18x7.5 ], you think the 42mm would make the wheel fit similarly to the way it does with the stock wheel @ 42mm offset?

Thanks!
The problem with this question is that its tricky. It depends on HOW the wheel is wider. Not all wheels are made even. Some are wider on both sides. Some are wider in the back, and some are wider in the front. It depends on the design.

the choices seem to be 42mm or 48mm with this wheel...

i hope the guys @ the online wheel company will know

i am going to call them Monday...

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Default Re: Other cars with same bolt pattern

you know that you can use certain truck rims... I have to find out the year s but i know if it is a bagged truck they have to have different offset to tuck into the fender lips... so they will work!
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I have found some rims that are 16X7 will there be any negative affects since the oem rims are 16x6.5?

Please advise.

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Default Re: Other cars with same bolt pattern

No. Not by itself.
In fact, the aftermarket ones I have my eyes on are 16x7.

What is important is an offset in the 35-45 range, with the correct 5x114.3 lug pattern and correct center bore (60.1mm, as I recall) or larger, ideally in the correct size center hole. It that all fits, you'd be fine




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The XB has a 45mm offset. Replacing the 16x6.5 rims with a 16x7 rim means the overall width will increase 0.5" (12.7 mm). So if you want to keep the tire centerline in the same plane as the OEM setup you need to increase the offset by 6.3 mm, e.g., to 38-39mm. 38mm and 40 mm offsets are commonly available. With this choice the tire will project inwards and outwards and additional 0.25". The Comparator cited above, for a 38mm offset, calculates a 0.3" added outward projection (resulting in more body splash!). The added inward projection does not result in a clearance issue (as per my experience with my new wheels with a 38mm offset).
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eviljack/tartanjack:

Anyone who is knowledges about lug pattern Please Help!

I got a good deal for a set of rim 19 X 8.5 with a lug pattern of 5 X 114. Will this set fit for our XB's 5 X 114.3 lug pattern?

Thank you for your reply
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I was wondering if this set up will work on my xb2, any thoughts http://binghamton.craigslist.org/pts/1985866525.html
or these .. http://binghamton.craigslist.org/pts/1941831616.html

JUST got the xB , mods to begin shortly .
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