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Old 01-17-2014, 10:25 AM
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Hate to beat the dead horse coz, this may have been discussed in the past but I cannot seem to find the thread but I have an 03 CRV with aftermarket 17 in rims. I want to give them to my son and as far as I know - they have the same bolt pattern and the number of bolts - my question is does both cars have the same backspacing or offset or at least close so we can just remove and replace so I can buy a new set for my CRV. Thx for the tip.
 
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1st thing we need to know is what vehicle is your sons make , year and model...

2ndly.. your CRV's bolt pattern is a 5 x 114.3 mm - The hub hole is 61.4 mm - the offset is between 35-45 mm - and your thread size is a 12x1.5 mm nut..

This should help you a little..

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forgot to mention my son's ride. 02 Coupe EX-L A4
 
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Old 01-20-2014, 10:19 AM
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For some reason I thought the 2002 Accord 4-cyl has 4-bolt wheels. Only the V-6 has 5-bolt pattern. Beginning in 2003 they all have 5-bolts.

If it wasn't for that, I bet they'd work.
 
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Originally Posted by JimBlake View Post
For some reason I thought the 2002 Accord 4-cyl has 4-bolt wheels. Only the V-6 has 5-bolt pattern. Beginning in 2003 they all have 5-bolts.

If it wasn't for that, I bet they'd work.
It is a V6 - I think they have the same bolt pattern, just not sure about the offset or backspacing.
 
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Old 01-26-2014, 01:02 PM
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It should work. If its a universal 17in rim, you shouldh ave no clearnace issues. They are normally pretty conservatively sized. If anything, you may have to add a 3mm spacer to clear the brakes, but I doubt it would be needed.

You won't really know until you try it.
 
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Originally Posted by hondafreak91c View Post
It should work. If its a universal 17in rim, you shouldh ave no clearnace issues. They are normally pretty conservatively sized. If anything, you may have to add a 3mm spacer to clear the brakes, but I doubt it would be needed.

You won't really know until you try it.
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:17 AM
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I should've said that many wheels have the offset stamped somewhere on the backside of the wheel. Usually with the letters "ET" like ET41 for 41mm offset.
 
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