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I'm planing to buy a used 16" rim for my 2008 Mazda6 (tire size 205/60R16), here is the spec for the rim
BOLT PATTERN (mm): 5x114.3
BOLT PATTERN (in): 5x4.5
WHEEL CENTER BORE (mm): 71.5
LUG NUT SIZE: 12x1.5
Does anyone know if this rim fits my Mazda6

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Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
Center Bore: 67.1
Hardware:12x1.50 Lug
Offset: 48-55mm


This means the bolt pattern is right, but you will need a hubcentric ring with an outer diameter of 71.5 mm and an inner diamter of 67.1 mm. You can search for hubcentric ring on Goolge and find several sites pretty easily. E-bay isn't a bad place to look either. Also, check the offset to make sure it falls in the range listed above. Last, the rim width for that tire should be 5.5"-7.5".

You're on the right track...just check those last couple details and you should be good to go.

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Summer tires - 235/45-R17 Fusion ZRi on Kazera KZ-J 17x7.5 +50, rolled fenders in the rear
Winter tires - 215/50-R15 Michelin X-Ice XI2 on stock alloys
Old winter tires - 205/70-R15 Bridgestone Blizzak WS-50 on steelies 15x6 +40
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Standard 215/50-17 tires on OEM alloys.

Summer: Continental ExtremeContact DW (Z-rated). Very impressed! Plenty of grip, quiet, smooth, great steering response, and good-looking. (They perform better after break-in; I noticed a huge improvement after 500 to 1000 miles).

Winter: Michelin Pilot Alpin PA3 (V-rated). The colder it gets, the better they are. Wonderful winter tires. Great traction on anything I experienced this past winter, great in the wet, superb in dry conditions. Quiet, smooth-riding, and wonderful steering response.

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both set on oem alloys
standard 215/50R17 tires for winter: Nokian wr g2 all weather. great tire, ran them all year round and still have lots of tread left. great tire in the snow as well.

225/40R18 tires for summer: Nitto Neogen all season. great in the rain. nice tread and sidewall design. just got them so haven't tried them in the dry conditions yet.
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Nexxen there cheap and they work, real quiet to good in rain. no squeeling when corning hard.


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Nexxen there cheap and they work, real quiet to good in rain. no squeeling when corning hard.

i agree Nexxen.......N5000

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I just picked up a set of Hankook Ventus V12 Evo's in 215/45/18 for the OEM MS6 wheels. I bought the car with some LM-60's on it, so I have no prior experience with summer tires, but so far, they're great! Having spent most of my time with previous cars on all season's, these things are like glue. I can't imagine what a $2-300 tire feels like! But for $144 mounted and balanced each, I think it's a hell of a tire.

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Good Year Eagle F1 GS-D3 205/55/16. Just put them on this week. Tyre dealer tried to talk me out of them..... I think he thought it was a waste on a family car!
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Just got a set of Sumi HTR Z lll installed this past week. Unbelievable price at Tirerack. Came out to $369 total installed for 4 tires, including rebate. First impressions seems to be positive, and will update as the miles come on.

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goodyear eagle gt... good grip, noisy, 10k and lookin to replace already,
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