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OEM wheel fitment.

This is a discussion on OEM wheel fitment. within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Hey guys I have been considering a new wheel choice for my gto and have been wondering if cts v ...

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    OEM wheel fitment.

    Hey guys I have been considering a new wheel choice for my gto and have been wondering if cts v wheels would fit. I know that corvettes don't and I also plan on using a set of camaro wheels for my slicks too. Any other good factory wheels we can use from other cars

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    Phantom Black Metallic
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    What year V? The current V wheels should bolt up fine since folks in Australia have done it. The older V wheels won't fit as they are a 6-bolt battern.

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    The supercharged models

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    Phantom Black Metallic
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    They should fit.

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    Thank you sir. I wonder if my centercaps fit. I shall see

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    Phantom Black Metallic
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    Your car should look like this. These are the 20 inch VE GTS wheels:




    If you go with the 19x9, you should be fine. I don't know if you run the 19x9 front/19x10 rear however.

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    That's a sexy looking one. Is that the Holden front?

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    Phantom Black Metallic
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    It was sold on eBay Australia a few months back. If memory serves me correctly:

    2003 Holden Monaro CV8-R in Turbine.
    HSV GTO front bumper, sideskirts, rear bumper, rear lip spoiler, hood and HSV VE GTS wheels in 20 inch.

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    Those are the most exotic factory car wheel I have ever seen in my life. They are just stunning

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    Qucik Silver Metalic
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    How do you fit a 19" wheel fit in the rear wheel wheel - lift it?
    I've dropped mine an 1" and swapped out all the rubber for pedders ureathane except the body mounts along adjustable radius arms- massive improvement
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    I have all aluminum and coilovers. Hopingnit doesn't affect it. Cars for sale as of now so idea is off

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    Qucik Silver Metalic
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    Also, beware of the offset of the wheel when refitting new that are not OEM

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    Phantom Black Metallic
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    As long as the offset remains the same as the original wheels, you should be fine.

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