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I see listings for Toyota and Chevy six lug rims on craigslist is it the same pattern as our trucks?
 

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The bolt pattern is the same, the later model toys went to hub centric wheels, so its an issue...
 

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.... what is hub centric?
Typically wheels locate one of two ways on a vehicle
Lug Centric
or
Hub Centric​

Hub Centric: The wheel has a precision diameter hole in it's center that fits over a hub that sticks out of the wheel mounting surface on the vehicle.

Lug Centric: The wheel has precision holes for the lug nuts and the lugs nuts engage into these holes. Sometimes the precision holes are countersunk, or tapered.

There are a lot of variations to these, and sometimes both are used.

The problem with the Toyota wheels is the hole in the center of the wheel is a different size than what Chevy used on your vintage Chevy. You could have them modified so they would bolt up.

Your other hurdle is the backspacing on newer wheels are drastically different than what was used on your vintage Chevy.

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