The Chevy Venture was a minivan produced by General Motors from 1997 to 2005. The Venture was one of the few minivans that could seat eight passengers, as most minivans could seat only up to seven passengers. The 2001 Venture came in three trim levels: the base, LS and LT. The LT model was the top-of-the-line trim, and had optional leather seats, a roof rack and a driver-side sliding door. All Venture wheels used the same bolt pattern.
Bolt Pattern Definition
A vehicle's bolt pattern refers to the number of bolts or lugs that are on the wheel hub and the diagonal distance they are from each other. A bolt pattern of 6-by-127 means there are a total of six lugs that are 127 mm apart.
2001 Chevy Venture Bolt Pattern
The 2001 Chevy Venture wheel uses a 5-by-115 bolt pattern, meaning there are five lugs that are 115 mm apart from each other diagonally. All Chevy Ventures share the same bolt pattern.
In addition to having a matching bolt pattern, a new wheel for a Chevy Venture must meet several original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications for it to be an exact match. Stud size, wheel size (height and width), center bore (the hole in the back of the wheel that centers it over the mounting hub of the car) and wheel offset (where the center line of the wheel sits in relation to the mounting surface), must also match.
2001 Chevy Venture Wheel Specifications
The 2001 Chevy Venture wheel uses a 15-by-6 inch wheel or rim, has a stud size of 12-by-1.5 mm, a center bore of 70.3 mm, and high, or positive, offset.
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