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Unread 03-27-2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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What vehicles will my old wheels fit?

When my JK had only 500 miles, I lifted it and changed the tired and wheels. That was back in 2007. I still have not been able to sell the original tires and wheels. The bolt pattern on a JK is 5X5 compared to previous models were 5X4.5

My question is what else will these fit so I can have a better chance to sell them.

I only want $500 for all five tires and wheels with only 500 miles on 4 of them and 0 miles on one of them. I have them stored in my dad's shop but want to get them out of his way.

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Unread 03-27-2011, 05:13 PM   #2
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Newer Grand Cherokees use 5x5 bolt patterns, BUT the tires will be too tall. I think Comanders also use 5x5, but again, unless they are lifted, no good with the tires.
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Unread 03-27-2011, 05:25 PM   #3
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split the tires and wheels. tires would be easier to sell. then worry about selling the rims
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Unread 03-27-2011, 05:29 PM   #4
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Will they fit Chevy trucks from the 80's?
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Unread 03-28-2011, 07:21 PM   #5
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Hopefully this helps you out:

BUICK LE SABRE, RIVIERA 64-87
BUICK Riviera 64-78
BUICK Roadmaster 91-98
BUICK ROADMASTER, ESTATE WAGON 90-96

CADILLAC Calais 68-85
CADILLAC Deville 68-84
CADILLAC Fleetwood 68-84, 86-98
CADILLAC Seville 77-79

CHEVROLET 1/2 TON BLAZER, JIMMY, SUB FULL SIZE 2X4 71-91
CHEVROLET 1/2 TON TRUCK ALL MODELS 2X4 67-87
CHEVROLET 1/2 TON TRUCK ALL MODELS 2X4 88-98
CHEVROLET 1500 Ton P/U (2WD) 88-98
CHEVROLET ALL 5-LUG HALF TON TRUCKS up to 99
CHEVROLET ASTRO/SAFARI 85-on
CHEVROLET Caprice 88-98
CHEVROLET CAPRICE CLASSIC 90-97
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS 94-99
CHEVROLET Suburban 1500 (2WD) 88-98
CHEVROLET TAHOE, YUKON 2X4 92-99
CHEVROLET VAN G-SERIES 1/2 TON 71-96
CHEVROLET WAGONS & HD models 55-95

CHRYSLER Imperial 67-70

FORD FULL SIZE (CUSTOM, GALAXIE, T-BIRD) 73-78
FORD Custom 73-78
FORD Galaxie 73-78
FORD LTD 73-78
FORD Thunderbird 72-76

GMC 1500 Ton P/U (2WD) 88-98
GMC Safari Van 1500 85-2002
GMC Suburban 1500 (2WD) 92-98
GMC Van 1500 88-99
GMC Yukon (2WD) 95-98

JEEP Grand Cherokee ALL MODELS 99-06

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, MARK III 73-79
LINCOLN Versailles 73-77

MERCURY COUGAR 73-78
MERCURY Grand Marquis 73-78
MERCURY Marauder 73-78
MERCURY Meteor 73-78
MERCURY Montclair 73-78
MERCURY Park Lane 73-78

OLDSMOBILE ALL FULL SIZE 88, 98, RWD (W/403 ENG.) 64-92
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