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Thread: I photoshoped some nice rims!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2017

    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?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    1. please don't call them "rims"
    2. the bolt pattern is 5x114.3
    3. is a good place to start

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    Sorry, had to!

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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Toronto, Canada
    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.


    edit: page 2 title "Let's see your custom wheels" *start there*
    Last edited by Cman; February 2nd, 2018 at 03:19 PM.
    10 SX4 6sp AWD, 17 CX-3 AWD
    09 Z06, 13 Shelby GT500 (gone)
    2019 Corvette ZR1

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
    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.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
    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.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Mount Washington Valley, NH
    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.
    2009 AWD Hatchback, 5 speed, Tech Package, trailer hitch, Lifted, big tires, skid plates
    Others: 2002 Mustang GT Convertable (My fair weather ride) 2002 MR2 Spyder (Wife's ride)
    1947 Stinson 108-2 Airplane (My retirement flyer)

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