Stock 6th and 7th Gen Celica Wheel Info

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Postby eddie_gt4 » Fri Oct 27, 2006 7:40 am

and what's about lugnuts? are they vary from gen. to gen. (4->5->6->7) or are they interchangeable?
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Postby bigacuralvr » Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:43 pm

I know the 5th Gen lugnuts fit the 7th gens, and vice versa...but have no idea about the 6th gens. Im presonally running the 5th gen lugnuts with the 7th gen gts wheels. I think it looks ok, even though the lugnuts are deff longer.
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Postby Rick89GTS » Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:42 pm

AlltracAvenger wrote:Hm.... does anyone have a benchmark as to what the stock ST165 and St185 wheel/tire combo weighs? I wasn't able to weigh mine, but having that benchmark might be a good thing for those looking for lighter wheels.

I've got the following that I can weigh:
ST165: stock 14x6 w/ 205/60/14
6th Gen 15x7 w/ 205/55/15
7th Gen 16x6.5 w/ 205/50/16
Can't do it today but will post again on the weekend....
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Postby AlltracAvenger » Sun Oct 29, 2006 11:30 pm

Wow. That'd be extremely helpful as a benchmark. Thanks a lot!
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Postby Rick89GTS » Mon Oct 30, 2006 3:58 am

4th, 5th, 6th, 7th Gen lugnuts all fit each other but not perfectly.
I have a 165 and have put the 6th & 7th Gen wheels on my car. Here is what I found out about the interchange of the lugnuts:

The 4th Gen lugnuts fit the 6th Gen wheels perfectly.
The 4th Gen lugnuts stick out a bit on the 7th Gen wheels.
I have factory 7th Gen lugnuts and they are definitely shorter than the 4th & 6th Gen ones. Clear as mud?

PS - Wasn't able to weigh the wheels yet, will post up again when I do....
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Postby Toxygene » Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:16 pm

Gary ST165 wrote:Wheel offsets for the Celica range…

* Gen 4 , ET39.
* Gen 5 ,pre-facelift 14 x 6, ET45mm offset
* Gen 5, Facelift… 15x 6,ET 45mm offset
* Gen 5, GT4 Carlos Sainz, 15 x 6.5 , ET 39mm off set
* Gen 6, GT, 15 x 7 ET 45 mm offset
* Gen 6, GT4,16 x 7, ET 45mm offset
* Gen 7, 16″ 5 spoke,16 x 6.5, ET 39mm offset
* Gen 7, 17″ sports pack,17 x 7.5, ET 38mm offset


Lucky bastardos got the sports pack. We never got that here in the US. Hell, even the Canadians are getting a TRD version of the Matrix right now with 17 inch rims. :shoots:
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Postby Rick89GTS » Sat Nov 04, 2006 4:00 am

Rick89GTS wrote:
AlltracAvenger wrote:Hm.... does anyone have a benchmark as to what the stock ST165 and St185 wheel/tire combo weighs? I wasn't able to weigh mine, but having that benchmark might be a good thing for those looking for lighter wheels.

I've got the following that I can weigh:
ST165: stock 14x6 w/ 205/60/14 = 40 lbs
6th Gen 15x7 w/ 205/55/15 = 40 lbs
7th Gen 16x6.5 w/ 205/50/16
Can't do it today but will post again on the weekend....


I just weighed these on a bathroom scale that is fairly accurate. They're heavier than I thought they'd be. Still have to weigh the 7th Gen wheel....
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Re: Stock 6th and 7th Gen Celica Wheel Info

Postby MrMcQuacker » Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:07 am

Hey guys just curious. Can I run 225/45-50ish/16 on 16x7 without rubbing? if so what offset would I need in order to avoid rubbing and to gain flush setting?
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Re: Stock 6th and 7th Gen Celica Wheel Info

Postby underscore » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:24 pm

wrong thread dude. you also need to tell us what car and what offset.
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Re: Stock 6th and 7th Gen Celica Wheel Info

Postby MrMcQuacker » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:32 pm

In a st165. Don't know about offset that is why I'm asking.
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