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    P-Chop request

    Hi,
    anybody can p-shop these wheels on the ATS

    thanks

    These wheels




    on these cars



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    Re: P-Chop request

    Ancient Mariner and Jakb like this.

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    Re: P-Chop request

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    These are a nine spoke also, might get an idea from it but they are a full hypersilver wheel. If these were 5x115 i'd get them instead of trying to get these custom ones made.

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    Lovin' the thin spoke design in hypersilver for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLGT View Post
    Thanks this really looks good

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC1982 View Post
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    These are a nine spoke also, might get an idea from it but they are a full hypersilver wheel. If these were 5x115 i'd get them instead of trying to get these custom ones made.
    The Wheels I have posted are available in 5x115 in and have a nice concave design if I go 18x9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakb View Post
    Thanks this really looks good



    The Wheels I have posted are available in 5x115 in and have a nice concave design if I go 18x9
    Just be careful going wider up front, I was checking clearance today between the inside of the front tire and the strut and there isn't a lot.
    Use this calculator to make sure when going wider you have enough offset also to not hit the strut. Just trying to help...
    http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator

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    Re: P-Chop request

    I've been using this calculator: http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp

    But I've been going in the opposite direction, looking at 17" rims for winter tires. Coincidentally these that I'm considering look similar to the ones in the OP:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-New-17X7-4...f0f14f&vxp=mtr

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    I'm running a 245/30/20 on the front and get no rub. Of coarse people here don't want that big of a wheel. That's just me though. I like a bigger rim.Anything with a 40 offset or so will fit up to a 20inch rim. The strut does look close and I thought I would have a problem. But no problem. If your wheels do rub slightly the wheel well is fabric and will wear just enough that it would stop after running the car a couple days. Ive never had a car with fabric in the wheel well. Very nice thought from Cadillac. Eb
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC1982 View Post
    Just be careful going wider up front, I was checking clearance today between the inside of the front tire and the strut and there isn't a lot.
    Use this calculator to make sure when going wider you have enough offset also to not hit the strut. Just trying to help...
    http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator

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    [QUOTE=JoeC1982;11165754]Just be careful going wider up front, I was checking clearance today between the inside of the front tire and the strut and there isn't a lot.
    Use this calculator to make sure when going wider you have enough offset also to not hit the strut. Just trying to help...
    http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator[/QUOTE

    Thanks but 18X9 ET35 should be just fine with 245/40s
    But push come to shove I have access to an Eastwood fender roller

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    Re: P-Chop request

    You won't need it. You will have plenty of room. The wheel well looks pretty small but in fact it is pretty big. After a drop maybe depending on the drop.

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    Re: P-Chop request

    Hey are those TSW Interlagos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryce2.0T View Post
    Hey are those TSW Interlagos?
    The ones on the pic of the car on the dyno are, i really want them but they don't make a 5x115. I've seen lots of cars running 5x114.3's so i guess its ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC1982 View Post
    Just be careful going wider up front, I was checking clearance today between the inside of the front tire and the strut and there isn't a lot.
    Use this calculator to make sure when going wider you have enough offset also to not hit the strut. Just trying to help...
    http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator[/QUOTE

    Thanks but 18X9 ET35 should be just fine with 245/40s
    But push come to shove I have access to an Eastwood fender roller
    Quote Originally Posted by duneless View Post
    You won't need it. You will have plenty of room. The wheel well looks pretty small but in fact it is pretty big. After a drop maybe depending on the drop.
    Wheelwell is plenty big but there isn't a lot of strut clearance, the 18x9 +35 will be 6mm closer to the strut which is probably ok but if you went with a 18x9 +42 or higher it "may" not clear. Caliper clearance may even be an issue, haven't done any test fitting yet though.

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    Re: P-Chop request

    yeah i would stay away from a 9 up front. 8.5 is enough. 9 might work but you would have to try it.QUOTE=JoeC1982;11197769]The ones on the pic of the car on the dyno are, i really want them but they don't make a 5x115. I've seen lots of cars running 5x114.3's so i guess its ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakb View Post



    Wheelwell is plenty big but there isn't a lot of strut clearance, the 18x9 +35 will be 6mm closer to the strut which is probably ok but if you went with a 18x9 +42 or higher it "may" not clear. Caliper clearance may even be an issue, haven't done any test fitting yet though.

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