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Help! I need to know the bolt pattern of my 94 Chevy S10 ZR2! Anyone know this? Im looking into doing a solid front axel swap and wantedx to find out if its the same bolt pattern as a jeep... Any help on this?
 
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They should be 5 bolt with a 4.75 spacing. I don't know what Jeeps are, I think they are 5x4.5.



[This message has been edited by JC BAZINET (edited March 01, 2002).]
 

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i think older jeeps were 5 on 5.5, newer are 5 on 4.5, also some fords are 5 on 5.5 as well as zukes

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The pattern is 5 on 4.75". What makes the S10 4x4 wheels unique is the 5" of backspacing on a 7" wide wheel.

I don't know of any solid axle with this pattern. Some aftermarket wheels are "dual-patterned" for a Ford/Jeep 5-on-4.5" and GM 5-on-4.75" so you could use a Jeep Dana 30 or 35.

I think you best choice would be to go to a 5-on-5.5" pattern, which lets you use a beefier Dana 44 axle from an Early-Bronco, CJ, Wagoneer, or Scout. Your existing rear end could be re-drilled for this pattern too. Another option is ro also swap in the rear axle from whatever donor you choose.


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[This message has been edited by u2slow (edited March 04, 2002).]
 
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