Maybe, maybe not. A part of the question is the "centricity" - Hondas are
hub-centric (the hub determines the exact location of the wheel). Most cars,
including Nissan IIRC, are lug-centric (the wheel lugs determine the exact
location of the wheel). If the opening in the center of the wheel clears the
hub protrusion of the Nissan, you may be in business.
Yeah, like Michael says: "If the opening in the center of the wheel
hub protrusion of the Nissan, you may be in business."
It wouldn't hurt to try. Make 100% sure the rims off a 88 accord will
fit on a nissan.
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