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How can i verify the bolt pattern of 2018 corolla rim?

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How can i verify the bolt pattern of 2018 corolla rim?

I have a friend who want to sell his 2018 toyota corolla rim to me.

However, I am not sure if the rim is 5X100 bolt pattern or 5X114.3 bolt pattern. Or is there any website that I can check? I randomly google it, it is available in both 5X100 and 5x114.3 bolt pattern.

Is there a way I can verify?

Thanks for your input.
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ilovetoyota wrote: I have a friend who want to sell his 2018 toyota corolla rim to me.

However, I am not sure if the rim is 5X100 bolt pattern or 5X114.3 bolt pattern. Or is there any website that I can check? I randomly google it, it is available in both 5X100 and 5x114.3 bolt pattern.

Is there a way I can verify?

Thanks for your input.
One way is to drive to Canadian Tire, buy one of those repair books for a 2018 honda civic, check the directory for the page on wheels. Alternatively you can just GOOGLE IT
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I'm 99.99% sure it's 5X114.3.
Not sure where you read that it was 5X100?
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*Most* of the Japanese, even Korean 5-bolt rims are PCD 114.3. Best to do a test fit,
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Looks like 5x100 to me for the US/Canada market

https://www.wheel-size.com/
Toyota Corolla 2018 Wheel fitment guide
Please, note: highlighted items are for OEM wheels

USDM Tire Rim Bolt pattern THD CB
1.8i 140hp 195/65R15 6Jx15 ET33 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
1.8i 132hp 195/65R15 6Jx15 ET33 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
1.8i 140hp 205/55R16 6.5Jx16 ET39 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
1.8i 132hp 205/55R16 6.5Jx16 ET39 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
1.8i 140hp 215/45ZR17 7Jx17 ET39 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
1.8i 132hp 215/45ZR17 7Jx17 ET39 5x100 M12 x 1.5 54.1
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ilovetoyota wrote: I have a friend who want to sell his 2018 toyota corolla rim to me.

However, I am not sure if the rim is 5X100 bolt pattern or 5X114.3 bolt pattern. Or is there any website that I can check? I randomly google it, it is available in both 5X100 and 5x114.3 bolt pattern.

Is there a way I can verify?

Thanks for your input.
Check the rims involved. The size is usually stamped on there.
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Jimbobs wrote: Check the rims involved. The size is usually stamped on there.
That is so cool, I did not know that, thanks
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ilovetoyota wrote: I have a friend who want to sell his 2018 toyota corolla rim to me.

However, I am not sure if the rim is 5X100 bolt pattern or 5X114.3 bolt pattern. Or is there any website that I can check? I randomly google it, it is available in both 5X100 and 5x114.3 bolt pattern.

Is there a way I can verify?

Thanks for your input.
CardinalComb wrote: One way is to drive to Canadian Tire, buy one of those repair books for a 2018 honda civic, check the directory for the page on wheels. Alternatively you can just GOOGLE IT
Yes buying a repair manual for a Honda Civic is definitely going to tell you the rim specs for a Toyota Corolla.

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Most Japanese cars are 4x100. But lately I reading that newer ones are 4x114.3. Can't you go on tire rack or tire sites that sells rims, they will tell you what type of rims you need.
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I also checked with Tirerack.com and it's indeed 5x100 bolt pattern. You'll also need to pay attention to the wheel offset, they are slighly different for different sizes 15"-17" and the offset may/may not clear the brakes/suspension/wheel well on your car. You don't want too much positve offset (>5 mm) for your car and you want a few mm clearance. Best would be to dry fit the rims on your car and see how they fit on your car first before making a commitment.
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spike1128 wrote: Most Japanese cars are 4x100. But lately I reading that newer ones are 4x114.3. Can't you go on tire rack or tire sites that sells rims, they will tell you what type of rims you need.
in the 80's and 90's yes, Honda's were 4 x 100.

Toyota i always recall being 5 x 100

More recently, things have changed.
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Jimbobs wrote: Check the rims involved. The size is usually stamped on there.
Not always accurate. My Enkei rims are stamped 5x100 when they are in fact 5x114.3
Thought i got scammed when I bought them but a lot of people told me Enkei/Jap Wheels are almost always stamped as 5x100 when they are not.
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spike1128 wrote: Most Japanese cars are 4x100. But lately I reading that newer ones are 4x114.3. Can't you go on tire rack or tire sites that sells rims, they will tell you what type of rims you need.
I rarely see 4 bolts on newer vehicles, with 5 being the norm.
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vkizzle wrote: I rarely see 4 bolts on newer vehicles, with 5 being the norm.
Hahaha yes 5x.
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Swerny wrote: Yes buying a repair manual for a Honda Civic is definitely going to tell you the rim specs for a Toyota Corolla.

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I was really tired this morning when i wrote that.
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Take the spare tires from both cars and measure the bolt patterns.
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