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#1 Old 12-09-2010, 07:22 PM
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Honda rims fit ?

This may be a stupid question, but is it possible a 15 inch 4 bolt pattern Honda alloy rim fit my 2003 toyota echo?

I was looking at these:

http://toronto.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehi...AdIdZ244191172

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Same bolt pattern, but the center bore is bigger on the Honda. Thats not a bad thing tho. Offset may be different too

Here's a link where you can check for yourself..

http://www.roadkillcustoms.com/hot-r...dels=CIVIC,+EX
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Not sure if you're aware that the seller's address on the Kijiji Toronto listing indicates that he or she is located in Saskatchewan (SK) while you are in Ontario. You may want further clarification from the seller about this sale.
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...........your right! Why would he advertise in Toronto?????
Anyone in the Toronto area have a good lead on alloy rims ? I really don't want to break the bank but was aiming at around $600 to $700 for all 4 rims. I was told not to go to Pacific Mall, they sell crap
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I too have a 2003 Toyota Echo. I just purchased these 15" Sacchi Style S12 Multi-Fit Alloy Rims from Canadian Tire for $84.99 + tax each. Product # 41-7770-6.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/4/Auto/2/Rims/RimsAlloy/PRD~0417770P/Sacchi%252BStyle%252BS12%252BMulti-Fit%252BAlloy%252BRims.jsp?locale=en&isAutomotiveP rd=true&tireSku=0417770&auto_type=rim&icid=AutoSel ector_Rim_Vehicle_2003+Toyota+Echo+4+Dr+Sedan+Base +15+Opt._Standard_FrontAndRear_5X15_ViewDetails

They are very nice alloy rims and received good reviews on Canadian Tire's website.

If you decide to buy these, you will also need:

- 16 lug nuts
- 4 hub-centric ring adapters

from the Parts department at CT.

Although you won't need spacers, I would suggest you buy 4 just in case as you can always return them.

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I was looking at them........if you don't mind, what was the total? I seem to remember the lug nuts were quite expensive, something like $100 for all 16

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4 15" Sacchi alloy rims @ $84.99 x 4 = $339.96 + 13% HST = $384.15
16 lugnuts @ $0.99 x 16 = $15.84 x 13% HST = $17.90
4 hub-centric rings in one packet estimated @ $10 x 13% HST = $11.30 (I paid less than this)

Approximate Total for 4 rims and accessories = $413.35 paid in New Brunswick.

I think the Canadian Tire Part # for the lugnut is 559-150. Don't have my receipts so can't confirm.

If you go to the Parts counter and give them the Product # for the 15" Sacchi alloy wheels, they will pull up a screen which will give you the lugnut part #, the hub-centric ring part # and the spacer part # as well as their respective prices. Spacers were $3.99 + tax each but I ended up not using them.

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wow, I was quote $649 after taxes I will go back and see if an error was made!
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EmeraldIsle, was that final price include installation, balancing drive away price?

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Well, I ended up getting a set of 15 inch toyota alloy rims from a guy who took them off his 2008 Yaris (paid $450) They had pretty good snows on them, which will go to my mom's 2010 corolla. All I need to do is put my summers on and wait for spring. I also got the rear cargo coils put in........lots of clearance!
The guy in the shop told me that most guys were lowering their cars these days, I've been the first in the last while to raise it.
Will post pictures soon!
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