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Help on 96 zuki wheel bolt pattern

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by BIG C, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. BIG C

    BIG C New Member

    What is the pattern on a 96 suzuki? thanks
  2. mrhempingtonsr

    mrhempingtonsr New Member

    On my 1997 Suzuki Carry the bolt pattern is 4 x 100mm.
  3. MichTrucks

    MichTrucks Moderator Staff Member

    96 Suzuki comes in two bolt patterns. 4x100 and 4x115. you will need to measure to be sure. I have one in 4x100.
  4. zbadboy

    zbadboy Member

    Stevens right. I knew the older (90-94) Suzuki's came with 4X115 but always thought the change was in 98. I found out the hard way that this is not true. I have found one in a 97 was not aware there were some in a 96 as well. Ditto on measuring to make sure.

  5. dumpytruck

    dumpytruck New Member

    my 91 Suzuki Dumptruck has the 4x115 or 4x110.:( VW rims are close fit for the other trucks,
    Last edited: Jun 27, 2008
  6. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Gold Supporting Member

    Ok, to clarify the bolt patterns are 4x100 or 4 x 114.3

    NOT 4 x 115

    115 rims will fit with a gentle elongation of the bolt holes, but will not bolt right on.

  7. jclee

    jclee Member

    My 1995 has a true 4 x 115 on it.Same as the artic cat.
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2009
  8. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Gold Supporting Member

    Wow, then there are 3 different bolt patterns. However it seems all of the 114.3 trucks went to Canada, and all the 115 trucks went to the USA. Neat!
  9. steamdonkey

    steamdonkey New Member

    Does anyone know where the tire iron is hidden? I've found the jack and jack handle but assume there's a tire iron somewhere? thanks.
  10. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    Mine didn't come with one that I know of. One would think it would be provided. I've heard of some being in the glove box. Kinda like a socket.
  11. zardoz

    zardoz Member

    Sorry I can't help either with regards to a tire iron. My zuki came with a jack and handle but no wheel nut wrench. Heck I can't even find a bracket that looks like it may have held the wrench.

  12. steamdonkey

    steamdonkey New Member

    Thanks, gentlemen

    Same here. Looked all over. Oh well, thanks for your help. Zardoz? Fan of the film?
  13. fupabox

    fupabox Active Member

    For the lug wrench I usually get a Dodge caravan one from the wreckers..they have a nice design where they fold back into the handle and have a long reach..as long as your lug nuts are the same size.similar to this
    http://www.americanpartsdepot.com/images/141 4200A.JPG
  14. native

    native Member

    I have the 4x115 on my 96 carry-all. I went with black alluminum rims and had to go to ezacessorry.com to get 12x1.25lug nuts long enough to tighten the wheel on.
  15. erixun

    erixun Bronze Supporting Member

    I found my tire iron "lug wrech" and half of a tool kit in the under bed tool box.
    The kit looks like one of those cheap ones they put in with your atv and motorcycles.:rolleyes:
  16. o8k

    o8k Member

    I have a 10lbs onboard co2 tank regulated to 125psi. Air hose fits behind driver seat, Impact and sockets stuffed in the cargo box :D
  17. elvisp2010

    elvisp2010 New Member

    Suzuki Bolt pattern

    So, is the 4/110 dimension valid or not?

  18. draggbody

    draggbody Member

    no... 4x100 or 4x114.3/115... basically all of the 114.3/115 will fit, no slotting, just put them on... use a measuring tape to measure from the CENTER of one stud to the CENTER of the one directly accross from it... that will tell you what it is for sure...

  19. binder66

    binder66 Member

    Bolt patterns 1994 Carry

    For what its worth I am shopping around for tire and wheel combos right now and at one of the shops they used a guage for checkinf my pattern.

    It was a 4X100 and that severly limits my choice of after market wheels.

    I have been told that 13" Geo wheels will fit the bolt pattern.

    Do any of you know if that is true?

  20. Acerguy

    Acerguy Moderator Staff Member

    There are LOTS of 4x100 wheels out there including most 4 bolt wheels from any VW or Japanese car from the last 30 years. You do have to pay attention to the center hub diameter. Try a search for "4x100" as I know there have been many discussions on this. Good luck and welcome! :)

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