Wheel size/bolt pattern going to a different vehicle
Until recently, I had a 2017 Acura MDX SH-AWD. It had 20" wheels (245/50R20), and for the winter, I purchased
a set of 19" rims with tires already mounted on them (go TireRack! :)). Acura was recently replaced with the
2020 Hyundai Palisade AWD, which also has 245/50R20 size.
From https://www.wheel-size.com/size/acura/mdx/2017/ site, it looks like the sizes are the following:
20" RIM 8Jx20 ET55, PCD: 5x120, Thread Size: M14 x 1.5
19" RIM 19X8.5 ET45, PCD: 5x120
Hyundai Palisade, which replaced the Acura has the following specs for the 20" wheels that are on the vehicle:
20" RIM 7.5Jx20 ET49.5, PCD: 5x114.3, Thread Size M12 x 1.5
Question for the experts: assuming that because of the PCB diff the winter tires on rims (19") won't just fit
straight, what adaptor OR wobble bolts (PCD Variation Bolts, if applicable?) should be used to make the wheels
fit on the Hyundai? Is it worth doing? Is it safe?
Thank you in advance!
I would not use any type of adapter. Correctly fitting wheels are essential for safety.
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