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Thread: I photoshoped some nice rims!

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    I photoshoped some nice rims!

    I love the look of the SX4 it have simple design that does not get old.
    I made some tests with new rims and I think the car look great.

    Where can I get rims that will fit on my SX4 with the same bolt patterns?

    sx41.jpgsx42.jpgsx43.jpgsx44.jpgsx45.jpg

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    1. please don't call them "rims"
    2. the bolt pattern is 5x114.3
    3. https://www.tirerack.com/content/tir...en/wheels.html is a good place to start

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    Sorry, had to!

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    Don't like any of them, sorry.

    There's a thread on the top of this section with pics of people that added alum. wheels to their cars did you look there?

    You can also search my username last year I did 2 sets of alloy wheels (Motegi and Konig) on my SX4 and I also have a couple videos done also.

    Tony

    edit: page 2 title "Let's see your custom wheels" *start there*
    Last edited by Cman; February 2nd, 2018 at 02:19 PM.
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    I'm french alloy wheel or rims I get the difference now. But in french it's less obvious.

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    Google is your friend to find the available wheels for your car. Local wheel shops can help you also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarvies View Post
    Google is your friend to find the available wheels for your car. Local wheel shops can help you also.

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    Front wheel drive and all wheel drive Toyota wheels fit out cars perfectly - same offset, center hole size and bolt pattern, everything. The truck based vehicles have a different wheel but all their five bolt front and AWD cars use a wheel that is the same as ours dimensionally. So if you don't mind having a Toyota center hole cover on your Suzuki you can buy any Toytoa wheel that you think looks attractive from a salvage yard. If buying new, you already will be assuring the correct dimensions from the new wheel manufacturer.

    I have a Toyota Highlander and sometimes temporarily use a Suzuki wheel on it or a Highlander wheel on the SX4 (when rotating tires, for instance, to support the corner that has the wheel removed first so I can move that wheel to another corner of the car) and they bolt right up. I just use whatever wheel and tire that is nearest to me in the shop and put it on either car. I have never actually run a Toyota wheel set on the car but know people who have.
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