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    c6 zo6 deep dish chromes.

    Does anyone know who sales these rims? Also I'll likely do 19's in back and 18's in front if doesn't throw off the traction control or whatever I used to read about. I need to know offset, size to order, whether they tuck. etc.

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    just call them and they have a bunch of different options...I ordered my wheels from them a week ago
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    Just got off the phone. The rep said he had not ever had any issues with 120.65 wheels loosening the lugs. Someone on here mentioned that to be a problem. Also, the rep said that he hadn't heard of the abs issue with staggered wheels; but, I know more than one person has mentioned this to be a problem. Someone mentioned that if I keep the wheels within .5, then I should be alright. Problem is, I don't know what size to run to allow an 18 and 19 rear to be within .5 of each other. Lastly the rep said I couldn't run 315's on the 19x10. I really wanted something wider that my current 275/40/17 on the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealLiveMD View Post
    Just got off the phone. The rep said he had not ever had any issues with 120.65 wheels loosening the lugs. Someone on here mentioned that to be a problem. Also, the rep said that he hadn't heard of the abs issue with staggered wheels; but, I know more than one person has mentioned this to be a problem. Someone mentioned that if I keep the wheels within .5, then I should be alright. Problem is, I don't know what size to run to allow an 18 and 19 rear to be within .5 of each other. Lastly the rep said I couldn't run 315's on the 19x10. I really wanted something wider that my current 275/40/17 on the rear.
    This should help with tire sizes and all that

    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/wheels...must-read.html

    For me I went with 18x8.5 and 18x10.5 and i hoping to squeeze 275s on in the front and 295s in the rear. My car is lowered and that is the biggest I can go without having to roll the fender and I may have to do the BFG mod. As for the ABS I'm not really concerned about that but I have also heard of it being a problem...I don't know the particulars tho
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