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Old 01-29-2008, 06:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone answer what is probably a simple question but it is sure driving me crazy. I have a 1993 JA11 soft-top Jimny. I live in Okinawa Japan and want to buy some new wheels and tires for my ride, ordering them from the states will be cheaper but I have no idea what size the bolt pattern is, now I am not so dumb that I don't know that I have 5 lugs. I am looking at some Mickey Thompson Classic Lock wheels but want to make sure I order the right size. I have a 6 inch lift and have 31-10.5-15 tires now but want run either 16 or 17 inch wheels. The local Jimny guru here speaks very little English and I speak very little Japanese, the only thing I can understand from him is my lift is high enough to run 17s.

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Old 03-13-2008, 12:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I believe the bolt pattern is the same as the samurai which is 5 x 137.9mm (5 x 5.5) Hope that helps
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Old 03-19-2008, 04:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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SUZUKI YEAR BOLT PATTERN LUG SIZE CENTER BORE

ESTEEM 95-97 4X100 12mmX1.25 NUT -
SWIFT 89-96 4X114.3 12mmX1.25 NUT 60.1
SWIFT 89-97 4X114.3 12mmX1.25 NUT 60.1
SAMURAI 86-93 5X139.7 12mmX1.25 NUT -
SIDEKICK 89-96 5X139.7 12mmX1.25 NUT -
SIDEKICK 96-97 5X139.7 12mmX1.5 NUT -
X-90 96-98 5X139.7 12mmX1.25 NUT --
XL-7 01-on 5X139.7 12mmX1.5 NUT -
VIATARA 5 98-ON 5X139.7 12mmX1.5 NUT -
GRAND VITARA 99-on 5X139.7 12mmX1.5 NUT -
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Hey i have an 88 samurai. I found some tires on ebay one year that came with wheels. I had to google how to measure a bolt pattern. Anyway, I found out that my samurai is in fact 5 on 5.5. I had the guy actually measure them and send pics. Anyway, when you measure a 5 lug pattern you measure from one lung to the third lug (meaning: put only one lug in between the two measureing points). That will give you the second part of the 5 on 5.5 pattern. The first part comes from the number of lugs you have. For example, I have 5 lugs on a 5.5(measurement from lugs)inch pattern. The measurements are dont from center of lug to center of lug.

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what size is the 1986 suzuki swift 5 door 1.3L SOHC lug nuts because i am pretty sure they are smaller then 12mm i bought some M12X1.25 lug nuts and they were to big :/
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what size is the 1986 suzuki swift 5 door 1.3L SOHC lug nuts because i am pretty sure they are smaller then 12mm i bought some M12X1.25 lug nuts and they were to big :/
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Unfortunately all the info I can find says there the correct ones .
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Well I kept searching and all I have found checking part numbers is the SA310 which I believe is the 1.0L version of that age Swift has these nuts in the diagram below.
The SA413 diagram showed 12x1.25mm.
M10 would be the next metric size below

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