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Will Honda accord rim fit into Camry

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Old 12-25-2014, 12:55 AM
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Exclamation Will Honda accord rim fit into Camry

I have a friend willing to change his 2006 Honda Accord (Euro R look model)
TE37 Rim, to my 2006 Camry. Both also using 17"

Anyone can advise?

Thank you very much.
 
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Old 12-25-2014, 10:27 AM
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Both have the same lug nut layout and diameter plus are high offset rims.

However, Honda has a larger center bore (70.3 mm) versus Camry (60.1 mm). This is the hole in the center of the rim. May not be able to mount Camry rim on Honda.

For the Honda to Camry swap the hole will be too large. These rims are concentric mounting. The hole in the rim mates up with the opposite diameter of hub. If rims with a larger center hole are installed, the rim will align based on the lug nut bolts. This can cause vibration. There are adapter to make the hub diameter larger.

Since you have access to both cars, try swapping them. Start with mounting a Camry rim onto the Honda to determine if it is possible.

If you can install the tire, also check clearances between tire and strut and fender lip. A difference in offset can cause the tire to move in or out when mounted on the hub.
 
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Originally Posted by toyomoho View Post
Both have the same lug nut layout and diameter plus are high offset rims.

However, Honda has a larger center bore (70.3 mm) versus Camry (60.1 mm). This is the hole in the center of the rim. May not be able to mount Camry rim on Honda.

For the Honda to Camry swap the hole will be too large. These rims are concentric mounting. The hole in the rim mates up with the opposite diameter of hub. If rims with a larger center hole are installed, the rim will align based on the lug nut bolts. This can cause vibration. There are adapter to make the hub diameter larger.

Since you have access to both cars, try swapping them. Start with mounting a Camry rim onto the Honda to determine if it is possible.

If you can install the tire, also check clearances between tire and strut and fender lip. A difference in offset can cause the tire to move in or out when mounted on the hub.

Ok bro, thanks very much for the infor, will give it a try
 
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