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Occasionally, we see a thread or post that talks about 114.3 lug nut patterns on Cadillacs, including the CTS.

Some think that GM uses 114.3. Some of us say that GM uses 115.

I have copied the info below from Discount Tire Website, August 19, 07

The first three wheel listings are for an 04 Cadillac CTS:

Five X
16X7 5-115/110 40SM (71591)

Silver powder coat with a glossy finish and a machined lip.
$84.00each
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DM5
16X7 5-115/108 38SM (60319)

Silver powder coat with a glossy finish and a machined lip.
$87.00each
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Reactor
16X7 5-115 40S (60214)

Silver powder coat with a glossy finish.
$99.00each
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Edge Racing quotes the following specs, same as Disc Tire for Caddy:

Enkei Wheel Or52 (silver)
Size: 16x7
PCD: 5x115
ET: 38
Weight: 16lbs.


Euromax 612 (silver)
Size: 16x7
PCD: 5x115
ET: 38



Enkei Wheel Rs6
Size: 16x7
PCD: 5x115
ET: 38
Weight: 18.5lbs.


The wheel listings below are for an 04 Chrysler Sebring:

Tucson
16X7 5-100/114.3SM (65467)

Silver powder coat with a glossy finish and a machined lip.
$85.00each
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GF1
16X7 5-100/114.3SM (54266)

Silver powder coat with a glossy finish and a machined lip.


Edge Racing shows the 114.3 for the Chrysler products:


Flik Ftd (matt Black)
Size: 16x7
PCD: 5x114.3
ET: 43
Weight: 16lbs.


Sportmax 503 (gloss Black Pf)
Size: 16x7
PCD: 5x114.3
ET: 40
Weight: 16lbs.
 

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GEEZ!!!! know one pays attention. 115 and 114.3 both work!!:mad:
114.3 requires a hubcentric ring. No big deal!!:rolleyes:
The requirement for hubcentric rings arises when the hub bore of the wheel doesn't match the hub bore of the vehicle. I.E. 74mm hub bore of a MKW wheel for example can fit a Cadillac and a Chrysler 300 AWD. But both are 5x115. However both have different hub bores. The 74mm hub would be a direct fit to the Chrysler but not the Cadillac.

It is something that seems lost on most people who work outside the industry, but thats not surprising. In any case the Cadillac would require hubcentric rings to fill the gap from 74mm to 70.30mm.

The only time you don't actually need hubcentric rings is when the wheel is built as a direct fitment. This is obviously what the vehicle manufacturer produces.
 
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