if disk brakes, u can install while on vehicle just knock out old lug bolts with a hammer and insert new ones in same place if drum brakes. u need to remove brake drum then the lugbolts can either be knocked out of axle all lug bolts have a fine spline on them and are little bit tapered the spline is to stop them turning when loosening or tightening lug nuts
6 Lug Chevy Trucks
There are 8 lug nuts per wheel.
get an axle that has a 5 lug pattern, usu. found on 1/2 ton trucks (ex: a 1500 model)
The hub caps are held on with the lug nut covers, these are plastic, and screw on the lug bolts if you use the lug wrench you can loosen the plastic hub cap lug bolts and be able to remove the hub cap without loosening the lug bolts. 2001 L200's have lug bolts rather than lug nuts.
Yes. Only if you have 6 lug pattern. All Chevy trucks 6 lug patterns are the same 6x139.
Some Dodge Dakotas, Some Dodge Durangos, Some Chevy trucks,
Lots do, I think pretty much all 6 lug GM trucks. 139.7mm=5.5"
i KNOW 5 LUGS ARE 5 1/2" NOT SURE ON A 6 LUG PATTERN
Remove wheel Re-install 2 lug nuts to hold rotor in place Remove flexible brake line Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor
Considering the Silverado has a 6 lug rim and the S10 has a 5 lug rim, it would be an expensive project to convert the 5 lug S10 into the 6 lug pattern of the Silverado.
Some are standard and some are metric. Lug nuts are standard and most others are metric.
the torque specs for the Chevy is 100 lbs...pretty much standard for all Chevy cars and small pick up trucks... you silverados torque at 140 lbs
NO, Chevy car and truck rims will not interchange.
yes they did. both 71 and 72 came standard with disc brakes and they were all 5 lug. 1967-1970 were all drum brake and 6 lug
No. The Chevy pattern is larger.No. The Chevy pattern is larger.
My 2001 L200 has 5 lug bolts
No, The Chevy 6 lug rim has a larger bolt pattern.
yes it will fit
YES, there the same wheel.
1999 Nissan Frontier