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5 on 5 wheels

Roger Bentley

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I know now that my 69 has 5x5 bolt pattern wheels. Will the same 5x5 wheels used on a Chevy p/u fit my car? Just wondering about brake clearance or other issues. Thanks in advance.
 

melsg5

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You will have to be more specific as to exactly which Chevy, too many different offsets, backspacing, etc.? Also does the Pontiac have disk brakes?
 

cammerjeff

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I have used the Chevy Truck Rims on 77-79 GM Cars with the 5X5 bolt pattern. Keep in mind the Chevy Truck rims are 15" but only 6" wide. Most of the car rims were 7" wide. I found that as long as the Truck you get the rims from had disc brakes they will clear the car disc's.
 
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