Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

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Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by GLet71 » Sun Jun 24, 2012 3:58 am

I have found a fairly established list of 4x100mm bolt pattern rims from a site if you're looking to upgrade. Let me know if you recognize any errors in the list so we can pull 'em pronto. I made a PDF, but it won't let me upload it, so you're stuck with jpg's, sorry!
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Re: Looking for some rims, are ya?

Post by dlb » Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:40 am

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glet71 getting down to business on the forum! i smell another 'sticky' coming.

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Re: Looking for some rims, are ya?

Post by GLet71 » Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:52 am

Things to do while sulking about not making the PNW meet, David! :lol:

There is a really sweet deal on a set of Ford Focus 14" rims with new winter tires, and I wanted to see whether they would work or not. Well, not. Up until now I have been using Petros post from this thread: http://www.tercel4wd.com/viewtopic.php? ... it=14+rims
He mentioned he had pulled the info from a few different sources, so I wanted to see what I am really eligible to use. Hope it works!
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Re: Looking for some rims, are ya?

Post by ARCHINSTL » Sun Jun 24, 2012 4:56 pm

dlb wrote:! i smell another 'sticky' coming.
I concur - and thou art just SO prescient!
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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TominMO » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:02 pm

Tried putting my 4x100 Aspire rims on my T4, but the center bore is just slightly too small. So that's something to watch out for when getting wheels. Generally aftermarket wheels will fit, because the manufacturer wants them to accommodate many different cars with the same bolt pattern.
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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TERDCEL » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:09 am

Hello,
I just got a set off rims and new studded tires off a 1986 Honda Civic,155/80r13's. Civc's are not listed. Offset appears to be similar to a Tercel. Are these tires too small and should the rims bolt on?

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TERDCEL » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:11 am

Now that I read a few posts, it is likely that the center holes in the Honda Civic rims are too small....

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TERDCEL » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:48 am

100 mm.

1992-74 AUDI - Fox

1987-79 4000 FWD, including Coupe

1990-82 BMW - 300 Series

1987-85 CHEVROLET - Nova

1980-76 Chevette

1985-84 CHRYSLER - Laser

1985-82 Le Baron "K", New Yorker

1996-95 DODGE - 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

1999-95 FORD - Aspire

1998-90 Escort, EXP

1998-89 GEO - Prizm

2000-84 HONDA - Civic

1989-82 Accord

1991-87 Prelude

1999-95 KAI - Sephia

1994-90 MAZDA - 323, GLC

1999-90 Miata, MX-3, MX-5, Protégé

1999-90 MERCURY - Tracer

1999-94 MITSUBISHI - Mirage

1999-86 NISSAN - Sentra, Sunny

1991 B310, Pulsar

1982-76 OPEL - All

1990-78 PLYMOUTH - Horizon, Horizon AM, TC3, Turismo

1996-95 Neon

1985-84 Voyager

1985-81 Reliant, Reliant America

1998-91 SATURN - All

1999-96 SUZUKI - Baleno, Esteem

1999-92 TOYOTA - Paseo

1996-83 Corolla, Tercel

1992-80 Celica

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1997-85 Golf, Jetta

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1989-80 Scirocco

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by jimcrazy » Thu Feb 26, 2015 7:59 am

you can add 2007 yaris 15" rims they fit but stick out a little

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by dlb » Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:20 am

civics are on there, page 3. they're listed first by make, then model.

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TERDCEL » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:04 pm

Thanks, found it. Looks like they'll fit and save me mounting and balancing. I wonder what the stock tire size should be for the Tercel. The tires off the Honda are 155/80r13. These are indeed very narrow.

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by TERDCEL » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:13 pm

83-96' Tercels come stock with 155/80r13's or there abouts, so I'm in luck there as well. Narrow is good for traction in snow.

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by dlb » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:52 pm

dlx tercs came with 155/80r13, sr5's came with 175/70r13.

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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by BaileySims » Sat Jun 06, 2015 11:16 am

II've got a question. Granted everything posted here will fit on the terc, I'm not so sure on how they will fit mine. I found a set of aftermarket 4x100 15x7 that I really want to buy. Only problem is that I'd have to buy them online and I'm not entirely sure they will fit. They have a bigger hub bore but I've read about the hub centric spacers helping with that, but if I put on the spacers, how do I know what offset I need in order for it to be able to fit under the fender?
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Re: Complete listing of 4 bolt x 100mm rims

Post by dlb » Sat Jun 06, 2015 12:01 pm

i can't answer your question about offset but i did recently learn that hub centric rings are not necessary. here's a quote from a guy on the corolla forum:

I raced with non-hub centric wheels. Just slowly tighten the lugs while unloaded, to allow the taper on the nuts to align the wheel and apply a liberal amount of anti-seize between rotor and wheel to allow slip. It usually takes me 6 rounds of tightening to get it proper. finger tight, ratchet until stop, ratchet until stop, torque, torque, drive for a while and re-torque.

and here's a link to some more good info on hub centric rings:

http://thesquealingtire.com/hub-centric-rings-defined/

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