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Old 02-01-2011, 10:25 PM   #1
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List of wheels that fit Yaris

Did a search but didn't find this. Is there a comprehensive list of all other model's wheels that will fit the Yaris? Thanks for any help, Bill C
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Old 02-01-2011, 11:18 PM   #2
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Any wheel that is:

15"-20" in diameter
6.5"-8" in width
4x100 bolt pattern
35-42 Offset

Will fit the yaris
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Old 02-02-2011, 12:15 AM   #3
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I'd take it further than that and include 14" (I think I've seen someone here use 13" before), and as for width, any width really (stock is 5.5") and the wider you go, the more chances of rubbing. Lower offset would fit too, just be prepared for more rubbing.

And if the center bore isn't 54.1mm, then I'd get some hubcentric rings to bring it down to that (not required, but recommended) (if the initial CB is smaller than that, then it won't fit without boring it out).
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:56 AM   #4
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I guess I need to be more specific. Are there any other cars that have the 54.1" center bore along with the other specs? Other than the Echo are there any other Toyota models that will bolt on without modification? If I understand correctly, the wheels are supported by the hub vs the stud/lugs. Sorry for all the questions but I am interested in running 14" wheels with a taller sidewall height. Thanks, Bill C
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Old 02-02-2011, 09:36 AM   #5
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Old 02-02-2011, 10:05 AM   #6
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Here's a list that I found back when I was searching for cheap rims on ebay. I am not sure how accurate it is, and I am sure that some of the ones listed would require hubcentric rings. Since the Yaris hub size is about as small as it gets, you don't have to worry about the opposite issue of the wheel's hub being too small.

Acura CL 2.2 / 3.0 98-00
Acura Integra 86-01
Acura Legend 86-90
Acura TC 2.5 92-95
Acura TL 2.5 96-98
Acura Vigor 92-94
Chevrolet Aveo 04-07
Chevrolet Cobalt LT - LTZ 4 LUG 05-07
Chevrolet GEO Prizm 93-03
Daewoo Lanos 98-03
Daewoo Nubira 98-03
Dodge Neon 4 Lug 94-06
Ford Escort 91-01
Ford ZX2 98-03
Honda Accord 82-89
Honda Accord 90-97
Honda Accord 4 Lug 4 CYL 98-02
Honda Civic 01-05
Honda Civic 80-95
Honda Civic 96-00
Honda Civic Hybrid 03-05
Honda Civic Si 02-05
Honda CRX 88-95
Honda Fit 2007
Honda Prelude 92-96
Hyundai Accent 00-05
Hyundai Accent 06-07
Hyundai Accent 95-99
Hyundai Elantra 01-06
Hyundai Elantra 92-00
Hyundai Sonata 03-05
Hyundai Sonata 93-02
Hyundai Tiburon 97-02
Hyundai XC250 97-99
Infiniti G20 95-98
Infiniti G20 99-03
Kia Image 01-03
Kia Optima LE - EX 01-06
Kia Rio 5 01-05
Kia Rio 5 05-07
Kia Rio Base LX 2007
Kia Rio Base LX 01-05
Kia Sephia 00-04
Kia Sephia 94-97
Kia Sephia 98-01
Kia Spectra 5 05-07
Kia Spectra EX - SX 05-07
Mazda Miata 90-05
Mazda Protege LX - LX 2.0 90-01
Mercury Titan 88-90
Mercury Tracker 91-99
Mini Cooper 2007
Mini Cooper 02-06
Mini Cooper Convertible 2007
Mini Cooper Convertible 05-06
Mini Cooper S 2007
Mini Cooper S 02-06
Mitsubishi Galant 93-98
Mitsubishi Lancer ES 02-06
Mitsubishi Lancer OZ Rally Ralliart 02-06
Mitsubishi Mirage 93-02
Nissan Altima 93-01
Nissan Sentra 91-99
Nissan Sentra S - SE-R - SER 2007
Nissan Sentra S - SE-R - SER 00-06
Nissan Versa 1.8S - 1.8SL 2007
Plymouth Colt 86-93
Plymouth Horizon 87-90
Plymouth Neon 4 Lug 95-00
Pontiac G5 Base 2007
Saturn Ion Ion-2 - Ion-3 03-07
Saturn S Series 91-02
Scion Xa 04-07
Scion Xb 04-07
Suzuki Aerio 02-07
Suzuki Esteem 95-03
Suzuki Forenza 04-07
Suzuki Reno 05-07
Suzuki Swift 95-01
Suzuki Verona 04-06 04-06
Toyota Corolla 93-02
Toyota Echo 00-05
Toyota MR2 00-02
Toyota MR2 03-05
Volkswagen Cabrio 95-03
Volkswagen Golf 4-CYL 92-98
Volkswagen Jetta 4-CYL 92-98
Volkswagen Passat (4-CYL) 90-97
Volvo S40 / V40 4 Lug 00-04.5
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Old 02-02-2011, 11:26 AM   #7
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awesome CTScott...i did all my research and did this on jeep forums for stock wheels that fit. noone appreciated my work apparently because the thread was deleted. any way, let's hope it sticks here.
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Old 02-02-2011, 12:57 PM   #8
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If I understand correctly, the wheels are supported by the hub vs the stud/lugs.
Companies that sell "custom hub centric" wheels would like you to believe so but in reality the lugs support and center the wheels. If you think about it, most wheels use taper seat lugs. This will locate the wheel absolutely. If you try to center the wheel with the hub as well, there is a potential for conflict so there has to be some tolerance somewhere. Because of the lugs' tapered seats, the tolerance has to be built into the hub. I have a set of Volk TE37 on my Miata. As you know, they are extremely well made and they came with aluminum "hub centering rings". The machining of the wheel is so good that the when the lugs are torqued, the "centering rings" just float and are loose inside the hub. OTOH, hub centering is probably a good idea for wheels with shank style lugs and yet I can't think of any such wheels.

Having said all that, in short, "hub centricity" is just to make it easier to bolt the wheel to the hub especially cars that use lug bolts instead of nuts (some volkswagens, porsche, and BMW, for example).

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Old 02-02-2011, 04:38 PM   #9
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german wheels us lug bolts...bmw, mercedes and vw/audi.

just another good reason not to super-tighten the first lug before you get all of them seated properly. get them all in there and against the wheel before you torque.

ALWAYS TIGHTEN ALL LUGS TO THE WHEEL BEFORE YOU START YOUR TORQUE PROCESS...

just thought i'd say it again before anyone decides to gripe at me for sayin it....it's always a good thing to hear again. ya know, keeps rotors free from warps, keeps wheels on cars...u know, just good housekeeping...or car-keeping.
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Old 02-02-2011, 06:07 PM   #11
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CTScott, thank you. This was exactly what I was looking for. Maybe if people can verify them it could me made into a sticky. Bill C
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