Hi there I just purchased a 81' fastback toyota celica and was wondering what other makes/models share the same stud pattern so I can get some wheels for it? Cheers :) stewps.
what is the weel bolt spec on a toyota celica?? thanks
My 87 Celica GT has a 4 lug pattern. This is not shown on your table
Hi,Geoff,the data for your 87 Celica is little old which is hard to find.If you have any wheels or tires data,Pleaes shown to us,We can update to table.
1970 bolt pattern ?? 4lug but is it 4z114?
I have a 2002 toyota celiac, and I found wheels that are 17*8.5 and I am wondering if those would be good with out rubbing. Currently I have 16*9.
Hi,Junior,Your Current car model is also celiac,if yes,it can fit for.
What if I used alloy wheel from a supra that has 4 bolt pattern.supra has 4-114 and my Prius c 2012 has 4-100.
Hi,Cesar Bucago,If the bolt pattern is not same,it can't compatible.
I have a 1977 Toyota Celica and my tire size is 185/70R 14 I have Rims that are 185/60/14. Will these tires fit on the rim?
Hi,Paul,No,these two wheels are not compatible.
yes, they will fit. the metal rim is 14 tall and 185 wide. The 70 and 60 will only mean 1" difference in the overall height of the wheel. If all four are the same they will fit perfectly.
Hi partner, I have to collect a 1982 Toyota Celica 2.0l St coupe and I have to bring wheels for it. Is 185/70/14, 175/75/14 pcd 4+100 correct? Keep up the good work for us dafties.
185/70R14 or 165R14, 4x108,4 mm
As I asked in my last thread, i have to change the wheels on a Toyota Celica 2.0 ST coupe. i have to get four wheels from the scrapers yard to fit the Celica. i have been given three different PCDs and centerbores. Can I please have the other models of cars that I can take from.I thank you in advance.
I have a 2000 Celica gts it has 20 inch rims. What's the largest tire i can put on it
Hi, James Ferrell,what the current tire size of your car?I can help you confirm it.
...not sure on what’s the best / biggest / widest / maximum tires or rims will fit your car?
Write about the tires you are currently driving on.