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Just got my 06 about a month ago. I had been thinking about taking my wheels (AR) off of my old 95 4 cylinder Camry and swapping them out. I just noticed this weekend that the 95 is 5 lugs and my 06 is 4 lug!

What would I have to do to put on a 5 lug wheel? The other aftermarket wheels I've been looking at are pretty much all 5 lugs. Also how much larger of a tire could I go with? I drive conservatively and had planned on sticking with the stock 15" size. At this time I'm not locked into my old wheels, but I'm curious as to what I need to do in the future.
 

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You sure you are lookkng a the right thing. I dont think the Camry has had a 4 lug wheel since the Gen1. Even the Corolla has a 5 lug wheel now. ALso it doesnt make sense that they would change something like that on the 06 since they have been using 5 lug for the entire production run. If it is for a sure a 4 lug then I would go back to Toyota and ask WTF.

What trim level is your camry. Maybe the dealer put some kind of aftermarket hubcap on it or something and it is jsut a hubcap with simulated 4 lugs.
 

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Cyorke said:
You sure you are lookkng a the right thing. I dont think the Camry has had a 4 lug wheel since the Gen1. Even the Corolla has a 5 lug wheel now. ALso it doesnt make sense that they would change something like that on the 06 since they have been using 5 lug for the entire production run. If it is for a sure a 4 lug then I would go back to Toyota and ask WTF.

What trim level is your camry. Maybe the dealer put some kind of aftermarket hubcap on it or something and it is jsut a hubcap with simulated 4 lugs.
Well damn...

Took it off to doublecheck and there's 5 lugs.

It's been a looong weekend folks...

http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/t110387.html
 

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now for your auetion of whether or not the wheels from your old Camry will fit this one. The bolt pattern is the same but the offset is different from everything I have read on here. SO as long as the offset is not drastically different between the wheels you have and what the factory offset is then you should be abel to get them to work. Put them on and see waht happens. WOrse thing you ahve to take them off because they rub. Then you can sell them and get some different ones.
 
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