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Old 06-27-2011, 07:49 PM
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Bolt parttern

How would u measure the bolt pattern?

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How would u measure the bolt pattern?
Let me google that for you

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What vehicle do you have?
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from the center of one bolt to the center of the one across from it example 9 o'clock across to 3 o'clock
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I have a 92 yj
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I have a 92 yj and the reason why I'm asking for the bolt pattern is because I'm trying to find street tires for my jeep. The tires that I have on right now are 33x12.50x15.
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If it's stock axle and lugs it's 5 on 4.5
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from the center of one bolt to the center of the one across from it example 9 o'clock across to 3 o'clock
Its the edge of one to center of opposite.
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Or center of the hub to center of the lug times two.
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No need to measure.... If it's stock it's 5 on 4.5.
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The reason why I'm asking is because I'm looking for street tires.
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Street tires really have no relation to your bolt pattern. You need to check the diameter of your wheels and buy a tire that will fit....by what you've already posted, your tire size for your rims is 15 inches.....so....just buy whatever tire you want that fits a 15" rim.
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Yeah but I'm trying to buy rims and tires off of craigslist so I don't have to buy everything separately.
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Even if you find tires and wheels that are 5 on 5 1/2 you can get adapters to go from what you have (5 on 4 1/2) to 5 on 5 1/2 for around 80 bucks a pair....this gives you even more options, diameter really isn't a concern.
Hope this helps..... Good luck

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