Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, Cadillac bolt patterns in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Do Cadillacs manufactured from 1976 (rwd) to 1989 (fwd) share the same bolt pattern? I realize that offset will vary, ...
- 03-26-10 07:28 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Cadillac bolt patterns
Do Cadillacs manufactured from 1976 (rwd) to 1989 (fwd) share the same bolt pattern? I realize that offset will vary, but I ask because I have a 1989 Eldorado with some fantastic custom Boyds 16" alloy wheels that would look great on my 1978 Seville (Milan Roadster). Until I can figure out how to get the super secure and trick flush locking caps off of the Boyds (special tool), I can't find out, but I'm hoping someone knows. Regardless, I bought the 1989 because of the wheels, so my fingers are crossed awaiting the answer!
- 03-27-10 12:46 PM #2
Re: Answer found for Cadillac bolt patterns
Found it: 5x115 for 1985 and later FWD GM/Cadillacs and Allante, but 5x120.7 for the earlier RWD cars. All use the same size lug nuts. Darn! I'll either be buying an Allante or selling these wheels soon....
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