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What other Car brands wheels fit Ours?

just wondering what other car makers wheels fit our Sonata's? like Infiniti, Lexus, Nissan? just wondering whos wheels will fit ours too and if anyone has other car brands wheels on there Sonata..Thanks
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Wheels from most front wheel drive cars from various makes will fit properly. For a daily driver I wouldn't do staggered off-sets / widths, but otherwise many stock rear wheel drive uniform off-set rims should work as well...

What are you looking at in particular?

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to be honest I'm really liking what lexus and Nissan wheels are out there mainly the IS-f wheels, the GS350 wheels and the Nissan GTR wheels and the Altima SER wheels
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Wheels from most front wheel drive cars from various makes will fit properly. For a daily driver I wouldn't do staggered off-sets / widths, but otherwise many stock rear wheel drive uniform off-set rims should work as well...

What are you looking at in particular?
Are you sure about that?
I'm thinking about 5 lugs, exact bolt circle and hub (center) diameter, offset, and width. All three of my front wheel drive cars are different.
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i like lexus wheels too but hyundai hubs are larger than lexus so your lug pattern will be fine but the wheel won't fit.

i know that more than a few mazda wheels have a 67.1mm diameter hub which is what hyundai uses

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Bolt Pattern:5x114.3 / 5x4.5
Stock offset: 45

wheel size will vary.

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Any Mazda, Other Hyundai, kia, and Mitsu are direct bolt ons.
You need the same bolt pattern and center bore of 66.1
to big and you run lug centric (not the best). Too small you could have them bored out $$$ and will they not have issues?

Look at what will fit or go proper aftermarket...

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Bolt Pattern:5x114.3 / 5x4.5
Stock offset: 45

wheel size will vary.
Gracias... Yes, I should have specified this but I was sidetracked at work. Most Japanese / Korean makes use this spec for their mid-size and up (there are exceptions though). Compact / Econos sometimes use 4x100 or 4x114.3 and European vehicles often use 5x120. American cars are kinda all over the place - not really worth bothering with IMHO...

As far as Lexus/Toyota, Infiniti/Nissan, Honda/Acura go, their 5 lug car rims are correct (5x114.3). The IS-F wheels are staggered 18x8 +46 and 18x9 +55 to my knowledge, which wouldn't be so hot on a fwd daily driver... The wheels would fit fine, but wider rears do more harm than good for front wheel drive cars... If you do go for rims from a RWD vehicle, the stock rims from these makes are generally fine so long as they aren't staggered (once again with a few exceptions)

I didn't even think about lug size... You'll need to do some research on that... It's fine to overshoot a bit - you can go lug-centric (the wheel seats with the lugs, may be slightly off centered) as posted before, or you could always pick up a set of hub-centric rings to seat them properly, but you cannot go too small or the wheels won't fit over the hub... I don't think I'd bore anything, and there are plenty of styles out there with like or larger hub size.

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