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This is a discussion on Question within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; I have a set of 15 inch American Racing Torque-Thrust II wheels I used to have on an 89 Camaro ...

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    Junior Member Ironwolf's Avatar
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    I have a set of 15 inch American Racing Torque-Thrust II wheels I used to have on an 89 Camaro and I was wondering if they would fit my 99 Trans-Am WS6. My biggest concern is that the smaller wheel wouldn't clear the brake caliper.
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    I've seen these cars with 15's, so I think with a bit of caliper grinding, it's possible. BUT, the 3rd gens have different backspacing and offset, which will make the wheels stick out past the fenders on a 4th gen.

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    caliper issues. will need some serious grinding. and the wheels will stick out about two inches. put one on and see.

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