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Old 04-09-2003, 08:33 PM   #1
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bolt pattern on 92 camaro z28???help

i thought id ask you guys since you guys own this cars, me and my friend are planning on sharing rims for drags tires, he owns a 92 camaro z28 tpi, and i own a 94 camaro z28 lt-1, i waS wondering if its the same bolt pattern, hopfulley they are? what do you guys think?
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yes they are. always have been since 1967.
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do you know the bolt pattern are they all the same?
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Yes, your bolt pattern is the same, you just have to watch to mach sure the rims dont rub the calipers/drums. I put some SS rims on my 89 iroc WITH OUT spacers and they rubed my calipers, eeehhh good thing they werent my rims, i let a guy with a 97 SS use my slicks for a few runs and i was going to run his street tires. Well he got to run but i didnt. Good luck with yours though.
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thanks for the answers, i apreciate that
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The bolt pattern is the same for the 3rd and 4th gen but the required offset if very different.

The 3rd gen will require a wheel with an off set of around 0mm. While the 4th gen needs an offset in the 50-60mm range.

For example, a 4th gen rim will not bolt directly onto a 3rd gen. You have to utilize spacers.

However a 3rd gen rim will bolt on a 4th gen, but the wheel will stick out past the fender lip about 2-3"

What type of rims were you planning on using? Stock 3rd or 4th gen rims? Aftermarket rims? What are the specs on it? Rim width, diameter, offset, backspacing?
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stock third gen! any body selling some
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do you know the bolt pattern are they all the same?
yep. i have run tires stores for quite awhile. GM has never changed the bolt pattern on the fbody. only the back spacing as the years went by. the bolt pattern is 5 x 4.75 meaning 5 lug 4.75" bolt circle
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yeah they should always be same but i know you can't take wheels off of a 4th gen and put them on 3rd gen or vice versa
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yeah they should always be same but i know you can't take wheels off of a 4th gen and put them on 3rd gen or vice versa
you cna put 3rd gen on 4th gen. they will stick out about 2" though. to put 4th gen on a 3rd, you'll need 2" adapters from www.skulte.com
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