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Old 04-20-2006, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Will this work - 16" rims on a Bonneville.

Well, since my Neon is dead and buried, I was wondering if would be able to slap on my rims from my Neon on the bonneville? They're Motegi 16" rims, with 205/45/16 tires, brand new tires I jsut got less than 1 month ago. I know the tires are a bit on the same size, but wa only wondering about the size. They appear to be the same star pattern, but was looking for any advice. Does anyone use 16" on bonnevilles?

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they will not work, straight up...
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You can try to put them on but i think you would need a wheel adapter, be that they are two totally different cars. good luck tho!
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depends on the bold patter. If they are 5 lug, then you'll have to check the spacing. Our cars use 5x115mm. If the neon is 5 lug, then I would assume it is 5x100, so unless your rims have a second set of lug locations, then no, they won't work. (I know PT'* were 5x100 and built on the neon platform)
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yes, they're star pattern..

but the lug bolt pattern is diff.

it'* 5X115 for our cars, don't know what neons are

but it'* prob about 5X100
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some neons are 4X100 and all the rest are 5x100(including the pt cruiser)
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yes, they're star pattern..

but the lug bolt pattern is diff.

it'* 5X115 for our cars, don't know what neons are

but it'* prob about 5X100
eric, this is a totally worthless way of increasing your post count, by copying the exact same technical information and repeating it.

Enough cautions and warnings have been handed out via PM'* from the Moderators. This is your last warning.......coming at you via PM.
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