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Hmmm...I thought they should as well. However, when I went to Discount Tire and requested to put the 2010 CR-V wheels with winter tires on my 2007 CR-V, they told me the wheels didn't fit quite right so I had to dismount the winter tires and put them on the 2007 CR-V wheels, which ended up costing me $140. Was I gyped?
 

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Next time do your Due Diligence and look up the specs. Not only diameter: width, offset (how far out the wheels stick from the centerline), and hub size (important with hub-centered wheels) are some of the things to look at.

https://www.wheel-size.com/ Is one resource.

This guy probably didn't pay too much attention, LOL ? :rolleyes:
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Don't overcomplicate things please. 2007 and 2010 CR-V are the same car.
 

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Next time do your Due Diligence and look up the specs. Not only diameter: width, offset (how far out the wheels stick from the centerline), and hub size (important with hub-centered wheels) are some of the things to look at.

https://www.wheel-size.com/ Is one resource.

This guy probably pay too much attention, LOL ? :rolleyes:
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Thanks for the info. I just went to https://www.wheel-size.com and looked up the specs for 2010 and 2007 CR-V and they are the same. If they are the same, then why would Discount Tire tell me that the 2010 wheels do not fit on my 2007 CR-V?
 

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If they are the same, then why would Discount Tire tell me that the 2010 wheels do not fit on my 2007 CR-V?
Thay are bad at their business.
 

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Is your '07 an LX, with steel wheels? If so, the alloys from any Gen3 will fit, but the lug nuts are different between steel and alloy wheels. Solution: replace lug nuts.
 
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