What is the difference between 6×5 5 and 6×139 7?

What is the difference between 6×5 5 and 6×139 7?

A: Yes, they are the same. Helpful?

What does 5×139 7 mean?

The 5×139. 7 Bolt Pattern or Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is made up of the stud count (5) and the bolt circle measurement (139.7), the notional circle determined by the center position of the studs. The 5×139.7 bolt pattern is common to ARO, BAW, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Daihatsu, Dodge and Ford vehicles.

How do I know what rims My car has?

Inspect the rim of the wheel. The rim is the outer part of the wheel (not the center), and manufacturers like BBS often have their logo molded into the rim for identification. Also inspect the area around the lug holes where the wheel is fastened to the car. Often there will be a logo or company name there as well.

Where can I buy wheels and tires?

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What are the most popular wheel sizes?

The 13 Series Smoothie is one the most versatile and popular wheels offered by Wheel Vintiques. With so many sizes ranging from 14×5″ all the way to 18×8″ in many popular bolt patterns inclu… The 62 Series O.E. Chevy-Ford wheel in primer is a versatile wheel available in sizes from 14-17″.

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What kind of wheels does a Magnum 400 have?

The Magnum 400 / LW40 was designed exclusively for 4-lug classic Mustang, Ford and Mercury cars. 55 RALLY Silver Wheels by Hot Rod Hanks! Want to equip your hot rod with new wheels?