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Call the folks at the Tire Rack (1-888-541-1777).
They'll be able to tell you.  (The info doesn't
appear to be readily available on their web site,
but they are running a special on alloys for your
car - $89/wheel.)

-eric

Denis Bogan wrote:
>
> Anybody know how to determine the wheel size?  I need some aftermarket
> wheels for my 2001 Subaru Outback.  I know the tire size but apparently
> that isn't enough.  I looked at the desert rat page that Chris posted and
> I need to know the bolt circle diameter and number of holes.  I think it
> is 5 holes, but I'll look.  What about the width of the wheel?  Didn't see
> that on the page.  And suggestions for where to get them welcome also.  As
> you can tell, I am not a car guy.
>
> backchannel answers are fine.
>
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