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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GO TO A GOOD RIM AND TYRE SPECIALIST.
There are set measurements when rims are fitted. As long as these match you can fit any make of rim.
Take your car details they will be able to suggest rims that will fit.
If you don't, things get complicated.
You will need to check the following.
-Number of wheel bolts/nuts. (4 or 5).
-wheel bolt/nut spacing. (Distance between opposite holes).
-Rim offset. (How far the rim sticks out of the wheel arch.
-Rim edge type.
Its very poor practice to have wheels that do not fit the centre for support. Fitting spacers is not the solution and could result in the wheel not being properly centered on the hub, not properly supported and liable to have the nuts loosen during use. My advice is sell them on ebay and get some that fit. Its your only contact with the road.
there will be problems with rim off set so talk with a tyre sales shop for expert information. They may have a rim that can be used to investigate the possibility.. remember that if the offset is negative ,that will increase the load on the outside wheel bearing which will cause shortened bearing life.
check the legal requirements before fitting the rim as it may make the vehicle illegal on the road..
what you need to find out the most is the backspacing of the wheels not rims.. search your vehicles wheels on google and figure it all out. if the backspacing is not enough the wheel will hit the brake caliper. have fun stay dirty.
I have seen complaints about the factory chrome peeling off in the bead area and causing leak. Didn't find a service bulletin for that.
Take it to a tire shop let them look at it, see if they can smooth up the bead area. It would only be in the bead area. In the past, I have used a wire brush adapter that fits in a drill to clean rust off the rim bead area. I don't know if that would work, if chrome was peeling.
As a last resort, replace the rim. I don't think Chrysler is going to help you?
no they gave you wrong bolt pattern . dont matter 13,14,15,16 long as bolt pattern rigth . measure bolt pattern .on 5 lug measure from one stud to the one across from it . maybe 5 inch or 5 1/4 bolt pattern. trucks wheels are differnt than car pattern.
How many do you need? I have three Volvo rims that I took off my 88 Volvo. I had a flat tire and damaged one rim. I replaced all four rims with new generic ones, which was cheaper than buying one volvo rim. Let me know where you are located and see if we can work something out.
You have some options. Many rims have the size stamped on the rim. You may have to remove it to find it. There are several web sites that sell use or new wheels. You could look through their catalogs an find a match. I have also gone to the junk yard and found a match for a car I used to own. You could measure the wheel, but that doesn't mean that every rim that size would fit your car.