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Thread: toyota tercel rims on a encore?

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    Default toyota tercel rims on a encore?

    i dont know the back spacing but i need to move fast if i am to get these rims/tires.....tercel is 4x100 i know i think it said something like positive backspacing ... idk what it means

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    this is what i found for 13 inch rims that are 4x100. well i found a bigger list with 14,15, etc and did some searching to make sure they were correct
    Audi 4000S 76-84 13 X 5.5
    Audi 80,90 QUATTRO To '87 13 X 5.5
    Audi FOX 76-84 13 X 5.5
    BMW 320,323 79-83 13 X 5.5
    Buick FWD Century 82-85
    Chevy CHEVETTE 75-86 13 X 5
    Chevy NOVA/SPECTRUM 86-89 13 X 5.5
    Dodge ARIES 81-86 13 X 5.5
    Dodge CHARGER 2.2 82-86 13 X 5.5
    Dodge COLT 93-94 13 X 4.5
    Ford ASPIRE 94-on 13 X 4.5
    Ford ESCORT LX, WAGON 91-94 13 X 5.5
    Honda ACCORD 82-89 13 X 5
    Honda CIVIC 80-96 13 X 5
    Honda CRX,PRELUDE 80-91 13 X 5.5
    Honda DEL SOL 93-97 13 X 4.5
    Isuzu I-MARK 83-89 13 X 5
    Mazda 323 9 90-94 13 X 5.5
    Mazda PROTEGE 90-01 13 X 5.5
    Mercury TOPAZ 91-96 13 X 5
    Mitsubishi MIRAGE 93-96 13 X 4.5
    Nissan 200SX 95-97 13 X 5
    Nissan PULSAR XE 87-90 13 X 5.5
    Plymouth HORIZON,OMNI 79-90 13 X 5
    Plymouth RELIANT 81-85 13 X 5
    Plymouth VOYAGER 81-85 13 X 5.5
    Renault All to '89
    Suzuki ESTEEM 95-97 13 X 5.5
    Toyota COROLLA 88-96 13 X 5
    Toyota ECHO 00-on 13 X 4.5
    Toyota TERCEL 83-97 13 X 4.5

    sooooooo what ones use acorn nuts not bolts(unlesss i can use studs/acorns with bolt on wheels) and have the aproximate backspacing of the encore rims? funny no VW rims? whats with that i thought they were 4x100

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    Most front wheel drive cars have about the same amount of back spacing. The problem you will run into with the Renault is that the center locating circle is larger than most cars. I believe that only Nissan Sentra has the same size. You can get around this with machining, or using wheel spaces so that the wheel does not locate in this inner diameter. The lugs will center and hold the wheel in place well enough. We do it that way on our race cars and we abuse them much more than you ever will on the street.

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