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Thread: New V wheel!?!?

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    New V wheel!?!?

    Just one question and its probably a stupid one... Will the new V wheels fit on a V1?


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    Re: New V wheel!?!?

    Only if you can't count higher than five.

    First generation CTS-Vs feature six lug hubs. The only other car that I'm aware of that utilizes this configuration is the Dodge Viper.

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    Re: New V wheel!?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by slowbitchV View Post
    Just one question and its probably a stupid one... Will the new V wheels fit on a V1?
    If you use a big enough press, yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyLogic View Post
    Only if you can't count higher than five.


    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyLogic View Post
    First generation CTS-Vs feature six lug hubs. The only other car that I'm aware of that utilizes this configuration is the Dodge Viper.
    The Viper was (is?) 6x4.5", so not quite the same. Some other GM vehicles used the 6x115mm pattern - the STS-V, SRX, and I think a couple of mid-size SUVs. Basically, nothing that's useful for wheel selection.
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    Re: New V wheel!?!?

    You can use the STS-V wheels but they will require a spacer to make enough room for the brake calipers. Search wheel thread some people have them on their V1's other then that only a handful of "6" lug wheels out there.


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