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Old 08-02-2006, 06:19 PM
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Front Wheel Bolt Pattern?

HELP!!!

Does anyone out there know the front wheel bolt pattern on a 1980 Buick Riviera?

I know that it is five-lug, but don't know the spacing - and no, I don't have it to measure.

Appreciate any help.

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5 on 4.5" spacing I belive. it may be 5 on 5", just measure from the back of the first stud to the center of the third stud, that's your bolt spacing, even on the hub where the rotor fits will work.
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5-4.75 or 5-115 depending on whether it's rear wheel drive or wrong wheel drive.

RWD = 5-4.75

FWD = 5-115
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5-4.75 or 5-115 depending on whether it's rear wheel drive or wrong wheel drive.

RWD = 5-4.75

FWD = 5-115
Its a GM car, so this is correct.
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THANX GUYS!!!!

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