The bolt pattern on a Chevy Camaro is 5 by 4.75. This means that only wheels with this pattern will fit on this type of vehicle.
yes that is the correct lug pattern for that vehicle
It depends if the bolt pattern on the wheels match the bolt pattern on the vehicle's hubs. In most cases, stock wheels from one manufacturer will not fit a vehicle from a different manufacturer.
The only vehicles that used this pattern were 97-03 F150.
Morris minor or Chevy vega
They will fit if you get 5x100 to 5x120.7 adapters.
The bolt pattern on a vehicle is the imaginary circle that would be formed by the wheel lugs. On a 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood the bolt pattern is 5 lug 5 inch or 127 millimeter standard offset.
That bolt pattern is an 8 bolt pattern.
5 bolt 5.5" with 108 mm center hole H offset means sets in closer to vehicle
It will not fit without an adapter. The 5 in that number refers to the quantity of bolt holes. The 139.7 refers to the distance between adjacent bolt holes in the pattern. In other words the distance between the upper most bolt hole and the lowest bolt hole in the pattern. Obviously, if the distance between the bolt holes is off by 25.7mm, this wheel will not fit. The only option is to purchase a bolt pattern adapter commonly referred to as wheel adapters, to change the bolt pattern of your vehicle.