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Old 09-21-2007, 10:51 AM   #1
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Default What other cars with 4X114.3 bolt pattern?

I am coming up with nothing for Accord steelies to put my snows on for this season? Any other cars that I might find in the wrecking yards that have 4X114.3 mm bolt pattern. I know most stellies are lug centric, ans long as the off-set is not way off that would work on my '99 Accord EX sedan? Click the image to open in full size.
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Sweet thanks, but rare for some reason around here.
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prelude

every damn accord from 90 + (every 4 lug one that is)

96 itr (no luck there)

sentras (i think)
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every damn accord from 90 + (every 4 lug one that is)

96 itr (no luck there)

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yep, Sentras are 4x114.3
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I am coming up with nothing for Accord steelies to put my snows on for this season? Any other cars that I might find in the wrecking yards that have 4X114.3 mm bolt pattern. I know most stellies are lug centric, ans long as the off-set is not way off that would work on my '99 Accord EX sedan? Click the image to open in full size.
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1989-85 CHEVROLET - Sprint

1996-92 EAGLE - Summit Wagon

1993-84 Summit

1994-89 FORD - Festiva

1996-89 GEO - Metro, Sprint

1999-92 HONDA - Prelude (15")

1999-90 Accord

1999-91 HYUNDAI - Elantra, Lantra

1999-90 Accent, Excel, Pony

1999-89 Sonata

1995-90 Scoupe

1989-81 MAZDA - 323, GLC

1987-85 626, MX-6

1998-92 MITSUBISHI - Expo, Expo LRV, Vista Wagon

1999-84 Galant

1993-84 Mirage

1991-80 Tredia

1999-93 NISSAN - Altima

1995-82 Stanza

1991-84 Maxima

1990-78 B310, Pulsar

1986-82 Sentra, Sunny

1999-84 PLYMOUTH - Colt Vista

1993-84 Colt

1985-79 Arrow, Champ

1999-89 SUZUKI - Swift

1991-83 SAAB - 900

1991-80 TOYOTA - Cressida

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Thanks but I think all Saabs are 4X108 which is a real rare bolt pattern. I could find some Galants for sure thanks!
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the 03 lancer oz rally rims look great on the accord ! thesse are the rims on my girlfriend's car.

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the 03 lancer oz rally rims look great on the accord ! thesse are the rims on my girlfriend's car.
yea, saw a 5th gen with some lancer OZ wheels at work a few weeks ago. looked REAL nice. funny thing, the OZ wheels arent even made by OZ racing, on the inside of the wheel it has a stamp that says "enkei". heh heh, it hought it was funny, no?
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I found a set of 4x114.3mm that I like for cheap. They would be going on my 97 Accord EX 4 cylinder. They are 15x7 with an offset of +34mm, will this offset cause a problem?

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I got a set of cheap '92 EX Accord Alloys with 195/60R15's on them. I know my '99 EX sedan 4 cyl. is suppose to have 195/65R15's on it but whill these wheels work and tires work?
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I found a set of 4x114.3mm that I like for cheap. They would be going on my 97 Accord EX 4 cylinder. They are 15x7 with an offset of +34mm, will this offset cause a problem?

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+34 will be fine. It wont be as sunken in the wheel wells. A little more pushed out compared to OEM wheels.
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Thanks but I think all Saabs are 4X108 which is a real rare bolt pattern. I could find some Galants for sure thanks!
Those years Saabs have 2 different 4-bolt patterns, neither one matches the Accord. So what does that mean for the rest of the list?

The steelies for 6th-gen Accords are hub-centric but I don't know the bore diameter. Offset is 55mm.
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Will the '92 EX alloys I picked up work on my '99 EX 4cyl.? Are the hubs and offsets the same?
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yes they'll work fine. they are just a little small in overall tire diameter.
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The steelies for 6th-gen Accords are hub-centric but I don't know the bore diameter. Offset is 55mm.
I bought a set of 98-02 steelies for snow tires on my 95 EX. That was probably 4 years ago now but I want to say the bore is somewhere around 64mm diameter. I may be completely off with that but thats what comes to mind :shrugs: Click the image to open in full size.
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Sweet, so I can use them just will cut down on my ground clearance. Click the image to open in full size.
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yeah, that and it might throw your speedometer off a little but nothing horrible.
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yes they'll work fine. they are just a little small in overall tire diameter.
What year did Accord start using the 114.3mm bolt circle? I thought it was beginning of 5th-gen, which was '93? But I'm not sure.
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they started using that on the 4th gen which was 90-93 Accords.

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I thought it was beginning of 5th-gen, which was '93? But I'm not sure.
The 5th Gens are 94-97.
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For these '92 EX Accord OEM alloys to bolt up to my '99 EX 4cyl. do I need teh honda round bottom lugs or regular angle ones??? No need to use the chrome ones i have on the '99 alloys cassue the '92 alloys have the center cap covering the lug nuts.
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yes, you should use the OEM "acorn" style lug nuts
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OK, so I just need the ROUND bottom standard lug nuts for the '92 Honda alloys. I really do not want to put my nice chrome plated Honda lug nuts through a salty Northern New England Winter !
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1989-85 CHEVROLET - Sprint

1996-92 EAGLE - Summit Wagon

1993-84 Summit

1994-89 FORD - Festiva

1996-89 GEO - Metro, Sprint

1999-92 HONDA - Prelude (15")

1999-90 Accord

1999-91 HYUNDAI - Elantra, Lantra

1999-90 Accent, Excel, Pony

1999-89 Sonata

1995-90 Scoupe

1989-81 MAZDA - 323, GLC

1987-85 626, MX-6

1998-92 MITSUBISHI - Expo, Expo LRV, Vista Wagon

1999-84 Galant

1993-84 Mirage

1991-80 Tredia

1999-93 NISSAN - Altima

1995-82 Stanza

1991-84 Maxima

1990-78 B310, Pulsar

1986-82 Sentra, Sunny

1999-84 PLYMOUTH - Colt Vista

1993-84 Colt

1985-79 Arrow, Champ

1999-89 SUZUKI - Swift

1991-83 SAAB - 900

1991-80 TOYOTA - Cressida

1985-80 Celica (14")

1982-79 Tercel(4WD)
dont know how much i would trust that list. seeing as the 5th gen US prelude did not come with 4 lug wheels. Click the image to open in full size.
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