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How do I measure the bolt pattern on the Rally II wheels and Crager SS Wheels?? I assume that they are measured the same way. But I'm not sure exactly where, on the bolts/holes, to measure.

I will be purchasing a Crager Wheel, as a spare, for my 69 GTO. I can measure the wheel on my car so that I can get the same for my spare.

The Rally II wheels will be listed, shortly, on ebay.

And what about the measureing the "offset" or the "depth" in case I get questioned?

I'm sure you guys know this.

Thanks...
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How do I measure the bolt pattern on the Rally II wheels and Crager SS Wheels?? I assume that they are measured the same way. But I'm not sure exactly where, on the bolts/holes, to measure.

I will be purchasing a Crager Wheel, as a spare, for my 69 GTO. I can measure the wheel on my car so that I can get the same for my spare.

The Rally II wheels will be listed, shortly, on ebay.

And what about the measureing the "offset" or the "depth" in case I get questioned?

I'm sure you guys know this.

Thanks...
Here ya go: MRW - How to measure bolt pattern

Offset/backspacing is the distance from the back side tire bead (where the tire sits) to the rear mounting surface of the wheel (the part that meets the brake drum/rotor).

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Here ya go: MRW - How to measure bolt pattern

Offset/backspacing is the distance from the back side tire bead (where the tire sits) to the rear mounting surface of the wheel (the part that meets the brake drum/rotor).

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