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Old 03-21-2007, 04:39 PM   #1
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What other cars share the same bolt pattern as the S2000?
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anything that has a 5x114.3 bolt pattern. do a google search on bolt patterns and you'll see the cars that share it. however your also have to take offset into account...
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theres a lot of cars that have 5x114.3, most japanese are...honda, toyota, nissan....etc....

i think the dodge caravan have the same bolt pattern as well

but as mentioned above, offset is where its at
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You mean I can slap some bangin' Dodge Caravan rims on?
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You mean I can slap some bangin' Dodge Caravan rims on?
lol you absolutely can!
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thanks for help. Time go do some google work.
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Isn't there more than just 5x114.3 & offsets to worry about?
For example, I know the 98 Prelude wheels I have, the fronts won't fit because of different center bore? or something like that...
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Isn't there more than just 5x114.3 & offsets to worry about?
For example, I know the 98 Prelude wheels I have, the fronts won't fit because of different center bore? or something like that...
Yes, hub bore on most Hondas is a 56.1, the S2000 is the only car I have ever seen to have a different hub bore on the front than the rear. I think the front is around 57 and the rear is 64.1. Also the offset is very high for a RWD, this is why it is hard to find staggered wheels unless it is something that was designed for the S2000.

Long story short, if you are looking for aftermarket wheels make sure you get them from somebody that has experience with s2k fitiment.
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