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Alloy wheels for Domingo 1991.

Discussion in 'Microvans' started by WalkToFreedom, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. WalkToFreedom

    WalkToFreedom New Member

    Howdy all. Can someone help me out if I wanted to put some alloy wheels on my van what size can use and what is the nut configuration?

  2. anthill

    anthill Member

    All I know for the 1994+ Domingo is posted over here, most of which I learned from this thread.

    Bottom line: unless you have a friend who runs a machining shop, you're best to stick with 80s-90s Nissan rims. They're the only company that used the 4x100 bolt pattern with the (huge) 59.1mm centerbore used by Subaru. 1994-1999 Sentra or 200sx are the best IMHO.

    is a great search tool to find cheap junkyard pulls. If you're thinking of sticking with 13"s, what about these?
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2010
  3. WalkToFreedom

    WalkToFreedom New Member

    Thanks for the info. I guess I'm limited to what I can get here in NZ. But that's a great starting point. Can I put larger rims on, what's the +/- of doing this? Thanks!

    I found these in our local 'eBay' but I doubt if they will fit.
  4. anthill

    anthill Member

    Right, I forgot you're a Kiwi ;) - Hey, those might very likely fit, it's just a matter of checking the width (5.5" max) and the backspacing (offset from center) which should be 35-45mm.

    If you are going to be going off-road at all, I'd stick with 13"s to give your tires a bit more of a chance to soften the ride and absorb sharp gravel bits. If you go up to 14"s, your van will look a bit snazzier and the thinner tyres will give it a bit more of a solid on-pavement feel.
  5. WalkToFreedom

    WalkToFreedom New Member

    Thanks again for your reply. I'm building up a nice collection of jobs for the Domingo...looks like I'm keeping it after all! :D

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