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    Question 2000 ws6 wheel spec

    What are the specs of a 2000 ws6 17 rim?
    Width? 9 or 9.5
    Offset? 45 or 50


    I would like to get these but not sure if correct size ( i want the exact size as stock)
    http://buywheelstoday.com/products/T...hracite%29.bwt



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    Pretty sure 17 x 9.5

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    All Factory 17" F-body wheels are 9" wide and have a 50mm offset.
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    well these work???

    http://buywheelstoday.com/products/T...hracite%29.bwt

    17 9 45 5-120.65

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    ?????

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    Yes they will work.

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    Yea those will work but get them on ebay they will be much cheaper.

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    Check TomzWheelz. I saw on LS1 Tech that they're running a special on the TTM's, looks like great prices.

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    stock is 17x9, +50mm offset
    Yes those will work, having the wheels stick out 5mm relative to stock ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuntmanMike View Post
    Check TomzWheelz. I saw on LS1 Tech that they're running a special on the TTM's, looks like great prices.
    couldnt find that site..

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    thanks guys!

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    I was wondering why these rim guys keep saying the 120mm bolt pattern fits the 4.75" Are any of you running the wrong bolt pattern without issue?
    here is an example.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/18-Co...RCHQ3aUSQ3a101

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaz1 View Post
    I was wondering why these rim guys keep saying the 120mm bolt pattern fits the 4.75" Are any of you running the wrong bolt pattern without issue?
    here is an example.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/18-Co...RCHQ3aUSQ3a101
    The 5x120mm pattern will work it's only .65mm difference from the 5x4.75
    there are 1000's of people running wheels with this pattern including myself with Zero issues.

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    I thought it would work just didn't want to get the rims and then find out it wouldn't fit properly. I guess the difference is less than a spark plug gap.
    Thanks

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    Each lug will be .32 mm off and that is within tolerance levels.
    The biggest issue is that most of these wheels with the 5x120mm pattern are Lug centric where the factory GM wheels are Hub centric.
    The best Advice I can give you is to get some Hub centric rings. I have them and have never had any problems.

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    Thanks, I'll check into the rings.

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