You are looking to put some rims on your blazer your bolt pattern is 5x120 and the rims you want are 5x115 will these fit?
use common sense... no
The short answer is no. To make these wheels fit, you'll either need to have them redrilled (expensive and not recommended), or purchase wheel adapters (which may or may not work for your car). Please also be aware that wheel offset is important to make sure your wheels fit properly. See the link for more info. For tons of car videos, how-to tutorials and tips on saving money, visit my site TheFreeMechanic.com
They would fit on the newer xj's, after 2003. But wouldn't fit on the older ones, XJ8 (x308) or XJ6 (300). The older xj's stud pattern is 5X120.65, while the newer, including the x type and s type, jags are 5X108. The older jags are hard cars to find mags for, as standard euro 5 studs are 5X120, not 5X120.65, and will not fit on a jag.
5x120 or 5x4.75 or 5x4 3/4 bolt circle First answer is correct for the 1976-1977 Seville. By the Time the 78-79 cars rolled out of the factory the bolt spacing had been changed to 5x5 or 5 bolts at 5" apart on center and the cars has adopted rear disc brakes, general rule of thumb with 1st gen Sevilles is if you have rear disc brakes it is 5x5, if it has rear drum brakes…
Pretty much just about every GM from the 60s through the 90s, and even some up into the 2000s. The larger cars and trucks used a 5x5. But the A body cars, X body cars, and even the S10 series used the 5x4 3/4. This does not include any front wheel drive cars. The new GTO used a 5x120 mm. Which is 5x4 3/4. So you have a lot of wheels to choose from.