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Even this small change drastically improved the handling. Not to mention the appearance.
And BTW the handling & ride of the '95 is light years ahead of my old trusty '91.
The wheels are size 13X5.5, and have a 4-1/2" bolt circle. I believe all Metro's/Swifts have the 4-1/2" pattern. I just measured across the bolt holes on the stock wheels to make sure of this.
Here is the link to the Type 024 Eagle wheel: http://www.americaneaglewheel.com/024.htm
HTH...........ed............'95 Metro Cpe 3-cyl 5-spd
I have a '95 3-cyl 5-spd Geo Metro. I am impatient and so are most of the people behind me so I usually drive the snot out of my car. The way to work is country roads with lots of pulling out from stop signs into fast traffic needing 4000-5000rpm shifting to avoid being rear ended. I still get about 5.5L/100km or so with all that revving, which translates to ~52mpg with our imperial gallons or around 43mpg or so with US gallons, if my calcs are correct. After years of driving like this, I still get what I consider to be very good mileage. The car still runs great, with only small things and brakes, exhaust and tires requiring replacement.
There is the Chevy & Geo site, http://www.chevyclub.com/cgc.htm. Membership costs money though and there isn't much there unless getting the membership shows you more.
Maybe our host Revka would start up a Geo Metro club for us here on Edmunds.
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