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lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

What is the lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban? I am look at a set of rims and alls the guy can tell me is that they are 5 bolt. I went to the Chev area in here and they doent seem to know squat!!!!! So if you guys can help it would be great! I want to put them on either the wifes TJ or my CJ. Thanks
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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

Acording to WheelTool (SK Performance also lists this size) , the 1/2 ton 'Burbs have a 5 on 5" pattern. You didn't say if this was a 1/2 or 3/4 ton, 4x2 or 4x4.

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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

Thanks I didn't thing to ask him. I will have to check that out. Thanks
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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

That guy is confused..The wheel pattern is 6 lug for the 1/2 ton and 8 lug for the 3/4 ton.
I don't think they were ever 5 lug..
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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

My wife's '96 is 6 lug on 5.5" center. I think that has been the standard chevy 1/2 ton pattern since at least the 70s (I was looking at my '75 wagoneer front rotors for a possible rear disc set-up and they are the same bolt pattern). I'm pretty sure it is also the toyota pattern.

I don't know on the newest chevy's, but I doubt they changed that.

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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

Ok this is what I am going by.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...94059&rd=1

The pic shows 5 and when I called the Chev dealer hear in town they gave me the run around I will try a Tire and wheel dealer in the morning. Thanks for the help.
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Re: lug pattern on a 97 Chev Suburban

I am going to stand by what I stated in my post..go here and ask the question
http://forums.vmag.com/suvsuburban-0902/
I frequent this site.. There are lots of people with good info here..
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