Wheel application?

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Wheel application?

Post by panic » Mon May 18, 2015 5:30 pm

Sorry, not really on topic?
Need some spare wheels for 2004 Chevy Tracker.
What common late model rims are 15" × 6", 5 bolt, 5-1/2" bolt circle, zero offset?

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Re: Wheel application?

Post by iadr » Wed Jun 17, 2015 12:59 am

None AFAIK.

I own the close predecessor to that veh- a 1993 Suzuki Sidekick, and I am in the wheel business.

OE wheels will be 20 to 25mm offset, btw, not zero. Though the Sidekick Sport wheels will be close to zero as are some Gm branded veh's with body cladding.

You can pick up 1970's f150/Bronco wheels, and CJ or willy's/military Jeep wheels. Those work.

If you want modern looking 16" alloys look to the Kia Sorento up until they went transverse engine (so to 2005, I think). Byt the time 16incher's became common on the Tracker Sidekick Vitara family they were going down to 4.5", but there are some out there. XL7, I think.

I believe so far the above all have the 4.25" (108mm) through hole you need...but that the 2nd concern.

Go on Car-part and start looking for OE's?

Probably found something by now, I know.

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