View Full Version : 2002 Frontier Wheel Question

08-23-2007, 05:16 PM
Does anyone know if the wheels from a 350z will fit on my Frontier? I've been trying to find specs online regarding wheel spacing and offet, all that I can come up with is that the Frontier is a six bolt by 5.5 spacing, but I have no idea if the Z wheels will fit or what specs they have?:confused:

08-23-2007, 05:48 PM
The z wheels are 5 bolt. They will not fit. Z wheels cost about $750.00 each plus about $250.00 for each tire. Why would you want to put them on a frontier? You could get some really nice aftermarket wheels for alot less money. Also nissan has NISMO wheels available for thew frontier.
Applied Model: V6 w/o VDC 16 inch Bronze
Part DescriptionPart Number NISMO Wheel 4030S-RSD2020

Applied Model: V6 w/o VDC 16 inch Silver
Part DescriptionPart Number NISMO Wheel 4030S-RSD2010

08-23-2007, 09:16 PM
Thank you so much for your insightful reply. I simply love my Nissan ans I really want some all black wheels to go with the super black paint job, does anyone have any leads. I saw the Nismo wheels, they look good, but I wanted something darker in finish. I'm certain that they're out there, but I'm also concerned that they'll try to sell me something bigger than 17 or 18 inch, all I want is a dark wheel choice that still allows me to run nice offroad tires in case I choose to install a lift kit.:) Once again thank you ever so much for the helpful insight.

Before I forget, does anyone have any leads on grill guards and bull bars? Black would be the color of choice.

08-27-2007, 07:39 AM
In the past I've bought wheels/tires from and they've been great with service, and turnaround time. They have plenty of selection, and offer some awesome deals. In the past I've put wheels and tires on a Honda Civic for less than $550. The tires come already mounted and balanced, so all you have to do is bolt them onto the truck (and get an alignment). I'm not sure what kind of tires you're looking to put on, but they typically run specials with Wanli Z-rated tires, which are cheap, but hold up surprisingly well.

I have bought the wheel packages that offer free tires with them, and gotten 35K-40K miles every time with good handling and wear. That said, I offer this caveat: this was with a Honda Civic, not a truck, so I'm not certain what look you're going for (low-profile, etc.). I don't personally like to reduce the sidewalls on my truck because I travel off road quite a bit.

Best of luck to you.

08-27-2007, 07:52 AM
teacherman64 ( - How about a picture of your beast!