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How to find on witch car a wheel will fit ?

A friend gave me to wheel rims but didn't know on witch car it would fit. How can I find this information ? There is a marking on the rim side : J 14X51/2JJ DOT brand logo 10 97 LC 13 Thanks for any help ! I actually measured the bolt pattern and it is a 5 holes bolt pattern, so 5 X 4 5/8 inches.

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Should fit a Chevy cant say all

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