Chevrolet Corvair By vehicle year Choose a year below to narrow down the data for your vehicle

Chevrolet Corvair
II
1965 - 1969
Chevrolet Corvair II Hardtop

Hardtop

Chevrolet Corvair II Hardtop

Hardtop, 2d

Chevrolet Corvair
I
1960 - 1964
Chevrolet Corvair I Saloon

Saloon

Chevrolet Corvair I Coupe

Coupe, 2d


Ask question. Report a bug. Share your notes Mini forum about Chevrolet Corvair wheel specs

  • Avatar
    • Created: 3 years, 2 months ago
    • By Ed

    Lug pattern for 1965 corvair is 5x4.75(120.7mm), not 114mm.

    Lug pattern for 1965 corvair is 5x4.75(120.7mm), not 114mm.

    • Avatar
      • Answered: 3 years, 2 months ago
      • By Support Team

      Hello Ed, thanks

    • Avatar
      • Created: 2 years, 10 months ago
      • By GP

      Corvairs 1960-1964

      Corvairs have always had 5x4.75" (5X127.0) wheels in 13x5.5 or 13x7.5 (! , see Chev parts book). never had 4 bolt pattern (that's mustang) ( and never had 4 cylinders).

      • Avatar
        • Answered: 2 years, 10 months ago
        • By GP

        Ooops. '60 thru '64s had four lug pattern.

        • Avatar
          • Answered: 2 years, 10 months ago
          • By Support Team

          yes it has correct data

        • Avatar
          • Answered: 6 months, 3 weeks ago
          • By Mark Waters

          5 x 120.7 NOT 5 x 127 !!!

        • Avatar
          • Created: 1 year, 8 months ago
          • By bryan

          I have a 64 Corvair. Stock 4 lug drums. ...

          I have a 64 Corvair. Stock 4 lug drums. I want to run 16 or 17 inch rims but they're a bitch to find something decent (not tuner style). can anyone point me in the right direction for rims and tire size that would be direct bolt on?????

          • Avatar
            • Answered: 11 months, 2 weeks ago
            • By Paul

            97 - 02 Nissan Altima/sentra has the correct 4 lug (4x4.5) but the center bore is smaller and the backspace is deeper (your front needs 1" offsets added) If you have found a direct replacement I'd love to know as I'm in the same boat.....

          Start a new thread: