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Old 12-20-2018, 10:42 AM
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I am wondering what rims and tires fit on a 350z. I am asking this because it has been difficult for me to find anyone in my area selling their stock rims. So I was wondering does any one know what rims and tires fit a 350 z and from what car?
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Old 12-20-2018, 11:06 AM
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I think some mustang wheels fit.. look up the 350z bolt pattern, and Google search
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Old 12-20-2018, 11:15 AM
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I think some mustang wheels fit.. look up the 350z bolt pattern, and Google search
okay i tried that and some guy had some audi rims with the same patter but a piece stuck out from the hub of my car preventing the rim to go on. I think because the hub on the car is hub-centric and honestly i just want some cheap stock rims of what ever car

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Old 12-20-2018, 11:29 AM
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5x114.3 PCD, +30 to +33 offset is stock for the most part.

Tons of other cars (Toyota, Honda, Mazda, Ford) use the 5x114.3 size but offsets aren't exactly suitable for Z..... many too high in > +40mm. And make sure the center hub holes are at least 66.1mm.

Trav's right, Mustang wheels are fairly close (not the newer Mustangs, those have high offset) but I think the older Mustangs (circa 2004 or thereabouts) had offsets closer on 8" wheels. BUT, I believe, largest diameter is 17.) In any event, just make sure of the offsets and hub diameters.

And by the way, don't think any Audi ever used 5x114.3.... more like the typical German PCD: 5x112 (Benz, Audi, VW)

FWIW, I have a set of Infiniti 18x8 +30 7-spoke OE wheels that'll bolt right on. If you're interested in them, PM me. This isn't an offer to sell NECESSARILY but could post up in the rollers for sale section to appease anyone offended.

Yes, they're different finishes.... stock on left, dipped silver on right. (And the other two may be differently finished as well, don't remember, but they'd be like the dark one on left.) I was experimenting with dip just to see what all the fuss was about. Haha.

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What is the budget, there are some crap wheels like XXR and ...... that can be had in 18x9 ish for around $100 each.
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The "piece stuck out from the hub" is a bolt that prevents you from installing the stock rear wheels on the front. You need to remove this bolt when installing aftermarket wheels.
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okay i tried that and some guy had some audi rims with the same patter but a piece stuck out from the hub of my car preventing the rim to go on. I think because the hub on the car is hub-centric and honestly i just want some cheap stock rims of what ever car
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