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08-03-2006 09:14 AM
texastomeh THANX GUYS!!!!

08-02-2006 06:51 PM
Twisted Minis
Originally Posted by el pollo
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.
08-02-2006 06:28 PM
el pollo 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
08-02-2006 06:22 PM
matt167 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.
08-02-2006 06:19 PM
Front Wheel Bolt Pattern?


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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