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Celica2k Apr 1, 6:28pm - #142061 

Jace
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wheel size question

I'm ordering some enkei rs6 and i dont know which wheel size to get it gives me the option of
18X7 5-100/114 38S or
18X7 5-100/112 38S
Which one is the one i need to get for a 2000 celica gt?
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ToiletPaper Apr 1, 6:42pm - #142062 
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doesnt matter as long as its 5x100.
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OneShotUno Apr 2, 1:50am - #142063 

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Exactly. My RS5's are like those and have the 2 sets of holes in the middle. One is the 5-100 and the other set is 112 or 114. Only thing that would matter is if you end up selling them you'd want to know the other bolt pattern if they didn't use 5-100.
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v3n0m Apr 2, 1:54am - #142064 

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You'll be fine, they're both 5x100 and they have a offset of 38. I'd go with the 5x114 'cuz if you were to sell them, there's more cars using that bolt pattern.
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CeLlYgT04 Apr 2, 3:29am - #142065 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
You'll be fine, they're both 5x100 and they have a offset of 38. I'd go with the 5x114 'cuz if you were to sell them, there's more cars using that bolt pattern.


True that
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