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please... just state the stock wheels specs

Postby zrdoob » Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:07 am

i've got another headache from staring at this *%$@#* laptop scouring the internet to find out the stock 4x4 wheel specs for a first gen s10. i get all kinds of confused info, everything from 5x4.5" bolt pattern with 6" backspacing to 5x4.75 with 4" and bla bla bla...

can someone please add something to the tech articles... just short and sweet. let it jsut say something like this:

the stock 4x4 wheels are as follows:
bullet hole style is a 15" x _" with _" of backspacing and an offset of _mm.
early 5 spoke wheels with the stamped 4x4 are ...

please, someone who knows, chime in. i'm sick of searching here, i'm sick of google, my neck and head are killing me.

all i want to do is put some 31s on my truck :smt005

it doesn't have stock wheels, i need to replace them with stock so fit the 31s with the 2" lift. i'm not gonna cut the fenders.

please. i beg of you all, someone...

thank you

david

So we have...

Stock 4x4 wheels specs:
Aluminum:
15"x7", 6" of backspacing.
Steel:
15"x6" or 15"x7", 6" of backspacing.

Stock 2wd wheel specs:
Aluminum:
15"x7" or 16"x7" with 3.75" of backspacing.
Steel:
14"x6", 14"x7", 15"x6", 15"x7" etc, all with 3.75" of backspacing

Bolt pattern is 5x4.75 in both 2wd and 4x4.
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Re: please... just state the stock wheels specs

Postby wrekd96 » Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:44 am

Stock 4x4 wheels are 15x7 w/6" backspace
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Re: please... just state the stock wheels specs

Postby BadBowtie » Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:12 pm

4wd S10 wheels are...
All Alum. factory wheels are 15x7 with 6 inch backspacing
Factory steel wheels can be found in 15x6 or 15x7 with 6 inch backspacing

2wd S10 wheels are
All Alum. are 15x7 or 16x7 with 3.75 backspacing
Steel can be found in 14x6, 14x7, 15x6, 15x7, etc. all with the 3.75 backspacing

If you want to see the exact wheels and sizes available do a search on www.Car-Part.com w/pictures... While there you can also see who has them locally...
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Postby 4x4x4doors » Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:21 pm

Bolt pattern is 5x4.75 in both 2wd and 4x4.
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Re: please... just state the stock wheels specs

Postby BadBowtie » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:19 am

Thanks for the addition... I could have sworn I added that but, must have forgotten to do so while thinking about it... :?
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Re: please... just state the stock wheels specs

Postby zrdoob » Sat Jan 24, 2009 11:40 pm

Thank you all very much!

i'm really wanting to create an all encompassing FAQ for the tech pages. Something to cover the basics of OE setups.

If you have _____ then you have ____.

...i'm trying to figure out a format. like a table or something.

well i guess the VIN tables accomplish that. let me know if you have any ideas.

thanks!

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