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brianhaman
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brianhaman Jan 18, 8:30pm - #377394 
2003 White Toyota Celica
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Two Questions Regarding Aftermarket Wheels

Would someone please tell me the bolt pattern for a 2003 Celica GTS?

Also, is a 245 series tire too wide for the celica?
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narcolepsy123456
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narcolepsy123456 Jan 18, 8:42pm - #377395 

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i think it's 5x100 if i'm not mistaken, and a 245 would be hella wide, might have problems turning.
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speed_celica
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speed_celica Jan 18, 9:06pm - #377396 

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5X100 would be correct. I think the offset is 35-45mm. 245 would be too wide, unless you're going with a wide bodykit! My car's lowered 1 1/2" - 2" and I have 215/35/18 rims and they fit really good, no rubs @ all!
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LiquidG
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LiquidG Jan 18, 9:41pm - #377397 

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I have 225/40/18 with an 1 1/2" drop, and I rub when turning.
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celicat23
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celicat23 Jan 18, 10:01pm - #377398 

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I have 235/35 rubber on 8,5x19" rims with a 2.3" drop up front and 2.7" rear. No rubbing. It's just a matter of getting the right offset. You can fit 9,5x19" rims on the rear, as long as you have the right offset. That'll handle 245 tyres, no problem. And, no, you don't need any bodywork done to fit this.
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