Purchase a set of disks, what size?

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  1. Ghostwraith

    Ghostwraith Junior Member

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    I am thinking of buying a set of disks for the winter. It is recommended in the technical document 6.5j*15.
    how to find out more detailed specifications of the disc? nuts diameter of 5? Wheel offset?
     
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    I have a few notes on what I went with, for our 3rd gen, should be the same:

    Corolla steel rim, part no: 42611-02471 (2003-2008 corolla or matrix, CE, LS, S)
    steel rim lug nuts, part no: 90942-01007 (plain, open-ended, galvanized)
     
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    The stock wheels are 6Jx15 ET45, 5x100 bolt pattern, 54.1 mm center bore. That's the specs you'll want for winter wheels.
     
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    Is there an offset spec that matters too? Think I've heard 38 mm?
     
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    ET45 is the offset spec.
     
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    6,5Jx15 ET40 5x100, correctly for prius gen 4?
     
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