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I was looking at some wheels for the Nissan Juke. Does anyone know the bolt pattern, offset for the Juke? Is it the same as another Nissan?:)
 

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Every single Nissan I've owned was either 5x114.3 or 4x114.3. The Juke is 5 bolt so Its safe to assume its 5x114.3 also from looking at the pics you can fit anything between +35 offset and +20 offset. From the pics the stock offset looks to be around +35 to +40.
 

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Every single Nissan I've owned was either 5x114.3 or 4x114.3. The Juke is 5 bolt so Its safe to assume its 5x114.3 also from looking at the pics you can fit anything between +35 offset and +20 offset. From the pics the stock offset looks to be around +35 to +40.
same here, 4x100, 4x114.3 or 5x114.3
The last will be problably on the juke.

The offset for nissan are always around 38-45.

I am curious what the off set from the juke wil be. If it is the same as nissan always does, it's gonna be great getting new wheels, lots of wheels are available
 

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Did anyone ever get any firm answer on this? I have wheels from an old Mazda 6 that are 5x114.3, but I am concerned about that offset number. If I remember correctly, it was in the 50's for these wheels.
 

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Bold pattern is 5x114.3


it's in dutch, but the offset is 42

only thing I don;t know it the rims will fit of your mazda, because of the center part (whole), I know mine is 66.1mm
 

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Thank you for posting that Jukebox. I am not sure what the center bore is, I will have to search through some forums to check.
 

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Those wheels were at least 4k I'm sure, w/o tires.

I have 20x9.5 and 20x11 iForged wheels on my 350Z and the costs get up there very quick when you're talking about quality multi-piece forgedwheels with custom offsets. It wouldn't surprise me if those retail for 6-7K as that's around what my iForged were.

For the Juke I would recommend sticking with 18" diameter wheel at the largest, but that is just IMO.
 

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99% of all aftermarket wheels are made with the largest center bore necessary to fit any likely cars they might bolt on. That's why you almost always will find those plastic adapters in the center bores. The Juke's hubs are 66mm.
 

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hey all, im looking to add new wheels to my Juke.
i found aftermarket replica GTR wheels. Do you think these will be ok

Size - F: 18x8.5" R: 18X9.5"
Bolt Pattern - 5X114.3mm
Offset - F&R: 35mm
Hub Bore Size: - 73.1MM

thanks in advanced for your input.
 

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thanks Bro. i wish those wheels came 8.5 front and rear. They would look good on the juke.
 

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Just order 4 front wheels then...
@West Coast ... just confirmed they will sell me the 4 same width.. thanks for the tip
Now comes the ? about tires, how thick should i go, im thinking 50r .
 

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225/50-18 is perfect.
 

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Just to be sure here, am i understanding it right that jukes are NOT hub centric?
thanks
Joe E.
 

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99% of all aftermarket wheels are made with the largest center bore necessary to fit any likely cars they might bolt on. That's why you almost always will find those plastic adapters in the center bores. The Juke's hubs are 66mm.
Hey Turbo... So if the juke is 66.1 and the aftermarket wheels are 72.6

would the correct size be 72 to 66.06 for the hub rings?

thanks
 
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