Yes it is. LOLIt's not as easy as looking at a wheel and going "yeah, that looks right".
🙏🏼Yes it is. LOL
You can tell just looking at the pattern that it's for 4-lug hubs, not 5. All you have to do is count the holes. a wheel for a 4-lug hub will have 4 or 8. A wheel meant to fit a 5 lug hub will have 5 or 10, etc. Not that hard. ...So, no, it will not fit a 5th gen. Looks like it will fit both sizes of 4-lug patterns (4x100mm and 4x114.3mm). I hope you didn't buy them thinking they might work. Might work on my 3g, though!
Word! Ive always been mechanically inclined but have really gotten back into the fine details since I got into the lude game about 6 months ago. I haven't had a Honda since my cb7 coupe which I got rid of like 8 years ago. Anyway, yeah I even found a website that shows you what certain rims would look like on my car and they looked pretty viscous and the tire size seems like a perfect fit for the wheel well and my driving preferences/style but now i know what im looking for at least.Hey man, no sweat! They look nice, and would make a 5th gen look KILLA after some minor refinish work. It's actually a real pity they wouldn't fit. As these are aftermarket, they probably had a model of that same wheel that was made for 5 lug hubs....but it might be old and discontinued now. The casting mark on the outside of the rim right next to the valve stem is I think one used by Enkei. Stock alloys for a lot of different Japanese makes and some US domestic makes are made by Enkei under this holding of theirs - All my stock Honda alloys (I have 4 different stock sets of alloys for my ludes) have that same casting mark inside, My Mitusbishi Lancer OZ also has that casting mark, which means they were made by Enkei under that label and re-branded OZ specifically for that trim level of Lancer. Wheels are weird like that.