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Do the wheels on the NV fit another Nissan? I need another set of 15' wheels for another set of tires, thinking of going to the salvage yard, but the pickings of NV's may be slim, thought maybe there was a cross reference.
 

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Im actually just looking for wheels, I have 4 sets of tires.

Anyone know a cross reference, I swear I remember reading a Versa is the same size wheel and bolt pattern.
 

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New OEM NV200 wheels are available on Ebay from US$60-$85.


http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw...gn=-1&saslc=1&_salic=1&_sop=12&_dmd=1&_ipg=50


Used OEM NV200 wheels are available from numerous US Autowreckers.
If the link does not work, search on USA 2014 Nissan NV200 wheel steel wheel black.


http://www.car-part.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi




However rather than purchasing used 15" steel wheels, I would recommend going to 16" aluminum wheels.
This will allow a much greater tire selection.


15" aftermarket aluminum wheels are available.
 

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lug pattern is 5x114.3
offset is +45
center bore is 66.3(I'll have to double check). I was able to use 17s that came off an Altima. I would assume Sentra rims would work too since Nissan seems to use the same specs on their whole line up.
 

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Do the wheels on the NV fit another Nissan? I need another set of 15' wheels for another set of tires, thinking of going to the salvage yard, but the pickings of NV's may be slim, thought maybe there was a cross reference.
This issue is not if they lug patterns fit and if the tires clear the wheel wells. The real issue is that those tires have to hold all the weight of the van. Technically the factory tires are LoadRange C tires. That means if you put cube tires, or versa tires, really anything else on that van, you will not be able to hold a full load in the van without overloading the tires. It would be again DOT regulations as well.

If you ever got stopped by DOT and they weighted you, you had better have enough tire to hold that weight. Also i should not pass State inspection with any tire that does not match the GVW of the van.

I would also caution that if you had an accident your insurance company may start looking harder at your claim. They could possibly say that if you had the right tires that accident wouldn't have happened. Particularly is that the case if the van rolled over in the accident. I had a Friend who died in a car accident maybe 15 years ago. The insurance company took readings of all the tires for pressure, wrote down the tire make and model and size. they were looking for anything they could not to pay out.. (it was all factory so there was no issue in the end)

I would just suck it up and buy the tires from nissan. i have both sets of tires from nissan on our vans (summer and winter) They are actually fairly good in the snow, and quite good in the summer. They are a bit hard to get and a bit expensive but they are good tires.

My suggestion, only replace the tires if you can find a tire that fits the load rating of the van.
 

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Technically the factory tires are LoadRange C tires. That means if you put cube tires, or versa tires, really anything else on that van.
 
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