Speak for yourself my friend. If you don't understand us, we don't understand you. What we like to do to our cars is strickly based on hobbies and the passion for cars. So for your info, most of us have a life, especially if we are involving ourselves into hobbies like modding our cars. We can honestly feel the same way for you considering the fact that you want to do nothing to your car but throw on some cheap ass Sentra hubcaps.TENSKI said:Why would I mod a crappy econo-box anyway? What a waste of cash trying to turn it into a race car. Get a life, save your money and buy a real car.
All these Auto-Zone specials on this site make me laugh...even more laughable is all these "street racers" trying to pose and act hard with their shit rims and loud stereos. Have you forgotten you drive an Altima?
Alls I requested was some info on a bolt pattern and here I have to deal with pre-pubescent assholes who think they're hard. And if your not pre-pubescent...you really are some lame ****s.
These attempts at flaming me are seriously pathetic.
B15's use 4x114.3.ASHURA said:not too sure...
a 99 sentra GXE I worked on previously uses a wheel cover that got to be sandwiched between the steel wheel and lugnuts..perhaps that's the 1 you're looking for? if that's the case, then I don't think they'll fit. different bolt pattern (4x100mm v. 4x114.3mm)
these wheel covers, while looking nice, are a pain to find replacement of, just like the hondas'...all the ones I've seen got broken lug hole.
anyways, if you're thinking of not spending money on the altima, then why bother putting on a set of wheel covers? if low cost aesthetic is your game, then just paint them steelies black, they look better that way..