Bolt Pattern - 6x139.7
The bolt pattern (PCD) is essential for wheel fitment because it determines the compatibility of the aftermarket rims with the car's hub.
The number of lug holes on the wheel should match the number of studs on the hub, and the distance between the holes should be identical. Change your vehicle's bolt pattern by installing wheel adapters to match the lug scheme of the wheels that are to be installed.
Do you have a desire of your 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid to be impressive and trendy with a brand new collection of wheels? Please don't lose your time on this investigation, as from now our committed team will show everything you need to know about replacing wheels. Thus let's start with the fundamental wheel characteristics: diameter, width, center hole, and bolt fitment.The first feature of your wheel is metered without a tiresport and generally falls between 14 and 19 ". The bigger sizes are usual thing for sport autos, SUVs, and trucks. One can find the data regarding the rim size in the owner's handbook or through the charts below.
The tire size of any 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid is based on the wheel width, and knowing this fact, it is possible to select from a variety of tire features. The center hole of the new wheel determines its fitting to your vehicle. When the new hole is larger than the original one, then a spigot ring may help. However in case new wheel's hole is smaller, it won't work for your model. The key wheel specs to consider are bolt patterns and wheel offset. In case the quantity of bolts and the intervals between them doesn't coincide with those of your wheel, this kind of items won't fit the 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid.
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