5 lug 4.5 inch
Yes. Both use the same lug pattern. They will interchange.
The 97 TJ has a 5x4.5 lug pattern
5 per wheel
( 5 ) per wheel , total of ( 20 ) lug nuts
No, the 1997 is an 8 lug by 6.5" pattern, and the 2002 is an 8 lug by 6.693" or 170mm pattern.
5x100mm 99' and up lug patterns are 5x115mm
The lug nut spacing on a 1997 Grand Am as well as most GM FWD vehicles is 5X100mm -- meaning that there are 5 lugs spaced in a 100mm circle.
The 1997 Ford Ranger pickup truck uses a five bolt lug patterns. The five bolt lug pattern is used in most of Ford's pickup trucks.
Probably, but be very careful to use only lug nuts that fit both the stud and the wheel rim correctly. Using incorrect type lug nuts for the rim may destroy the wheel rim or allow it to come loose.
5x4.75 or Metric 5x120.7
five lug five inch pattern
5 on 5 in.
1997 to 2004
5 + 4.75"
Use wheel adapters. You can get them at performance shop or wheel/rim shop.
Yes. The lug patterns are the same. The only difference that might matter is the diameter. If the diameter is not the same, it might throw your speedometer off, but if the diameter is the same, then put them on, and away you go!
5 Lug, by 4.75.
Not without an adaptor.