Wheel size

Discussion in 'Wheels, Tires, Spacers, Hub' started by Ale81, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. Ale81

    Ale81 New Member

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    Does anyone know the standard wheel size/bolt pattern for the GR Supra? The reason I am asking is......wait for it.... I will need to put snow tires on it so I can daily drive it in the cold months. We don't get too much snow here but there is a possibility and the temps gets down in the teens and 20's here.
    I currently have a rear drive Lexus RC350 F-Sport that I put 18" wheels with Michelin X-Ice tires in a square setup on. This has served me well as a daily driver over the last three winters. The snow tires neuter the handling and I always look forward to putting the summer tires back on in April. I have access to my wife's RX350 if the snow gets too deep.
    I know it's heresy to put snow tires on the Supra but I need to use it as my daily driver and I'm not moving to a warmer state...yet.
    I want to use an 18" wheel in a square setup like I use on my RC. Hopefully I could use my existing tires but if not I'd just have to buy a new tire and wheel package from TireRack, etc.
    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Here is a pic from the front wheel i think

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    see threads below.PCD is 5x112

    9" +40 front
    10" +34 rear
     
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    I think the bolt pattern is wrong, and wobble bolts would not be a great idea in this situation. The car can so far run 18x11 square with 305’s. It looks like it could run quite a bit more.
     
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    Sorry in German but better than nothing ;)
    Front Wheels: 255/35ZR
    At the rear: 275/35ZR
     
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    Found this

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    Just remember I posted that from the info I had from the dealer here in New Zealand when I ordered two spare wheels so the “TNZ Model Code” means Toyota New Zealand.

    Wheel specs will be universal but not sure if the GR Supra model code is DBZR elsewhere in the world.
     
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    I certainly appreciate all the responses to my original post. Here is the winter setup I have on my current 16 Lexus RC350 F-Sport: 18-8 O.Z. Racing Omnia with 235/45R18 Michelin X-Ice. My tire guy says he thinks they may be able to work on the Supra. I think my current wheels have a 45 mm offset and a PCD of 5-112. He is not sure of the Supra brakes.
    I still have plenty of time before I need them so will just have to wait until the Supras get out on the market to determine if I need to buy a new setup or reuse what I have. Thanks again for the help.
     
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    Lexus RC are 5x114.3 PCD sadly
     
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    Yes...You are correct. I guess I looked at it wrong. Looks like I'll need to sell those wheels. Hopefully I can reuse the Michelin X Ice tires. Planning on getting an Absolute Zero premium model so maybe some new black wheels would look good. Thanks for the info.
     
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    There's a possibility that a set of wheel adaptors would make your OZ wheels fit on the Supra. The possibility is even greater because it uses lug bolts meaning the adaptors could be made thinner.
     

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