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Old 11-10-2021, 03:39 AM #1
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Correct Bolt Pattern for SR5

I have a 2001 SR5 without any wheel modifications and have OEM Rims. 6 bolts. I'm looking at getting new rims and tires along with a new suspension kit but this bolt pattern has got me confused.


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I have a 2001 SR5 without any wheel modifications and have OEM Rims. 6 bolts. I'm looking at getting new rims and tires along with a new suspension kit but this bolt pattern has got me confused.


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6x5.5 is the wheel bolt pattern. 106 mm center bore.

EDIT: Added center bore size
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really i thought it was 6x139.7


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really i thought it was 6x139.7


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That's the same thing. 6x5.5 is SAE and 6x139.7 is metric.
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