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Hi everyone :)

Im trying my best to remodel a corvette z06 wheel for an engineering project, and I think Ive got everything correct but could someone just talk about the nut size, bolt size and other things that people commonly forget when taking measurements? :D

sorry Im not very knowledgeable with car related mechanics... although it interests me a lot :)
 

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so i found what i needed

2016 Chevrolet Corvette
Bolt Pattern (in): 5x4.75
Bolt Pattern (mm): 5x120.7
Offset Range (mm): 43 to 59
Front Center Bore (mm): 70.3
Rear Center Bore (mm):70.3
Stud_Size: 12X1.5


so what does this mean? sorry im pretty inept at this

i just need to know how thick the bolt is and the thickness of the hole that it screws into
 

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so i found what i needed

2016 Chevrolet Corvette
Bolt Pattern (in): 5x4.75
Bolt Pattern (mm): 5x120.7
Offset Range (mm): 43 to 59
Front Center Bore (mm): 70.3
Rear Center Bore (mm):70.3
Stud_Size: 12X1.5


so what does this mean? sorry im pretty inept at this

i just need to know how thick the bolt is and the thickness of the hole that it screws into
The stud diameter (the number I think for which you are asking) is 12 mm given the data above. The hole that screws onto it is on the lug nut. That diameter needs to be the same.

Although you didn't ask, the distance from one thread to the next is 1.5 mm.

Technically, if you are modeling just the wheel, you don't need the stud size numbers. However, you do need the bolt pattern, offset, and bore size (among other dimensions as well).
 
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