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Old 11-08-2007, 11:20 AM   #1
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What is the bolt pattern on our Bonneville'* specifically 92-99? Is it 5x4", 5x 4 1/4"?
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Frank I believe it is 5X115MM
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wait a second............115 mm is 4.52 inches, that is what a chevy is and they don't match??? no wait is a chevy 4.75?
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then your donig something wrong... Redwingsfan is running Chev rims and they fit.

our patter IS 5x115
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BONNEVILLE FWD 87-on 14 X 6 5X115 12mmX1.5 70.3

Chev. Corvette 68-82 is 5x120.7

So they are different, I knew I wasn't doing something wrong.
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Front wheel drive Impalas use 5 X 115mm.
Cavaliers use 5 X 100mm.
Rear wheel drive Pontiac and Chevrolet intermediate cars use 5 x 4.75".
Rear wheel drive Pontiac and Chevrolet full size cars use 5X 5".
There are exceptions that vary by year model.
http://adaptitusa.com/referencebook.htm

http://www.adaptitusa.com/index.asp?...on=Custom&ID=4
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