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    Berger 93 is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Thumbs upMy new iForged wheels mounted

    The end result:



    A quick shot from this morning before heading to work.




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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    Beautiful!!
    What size and brand of tires?

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    ExclamationRe: My new iForged wheels mounted

    Front 19" x 8.5" with a 255/40R19

    Rear 20" x 10" with a 275/35R20

    I chose those tire sizes to remain in compliance with the stock overall diameter.

    Wheel sizes I wanted to maintain the stock staggered look.

    Tires I went with Hankook Ventus V12 evo K110.

    The way I burn through tires I did not feel like spending over a "G" on them.

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    Those are the tires I have on mine only in stock sizes. So far I LOVE them!! I have put about 5K on them so far and one of the best tires I have ever owned.

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    How much did the new wheels weigh compared to the stock wheels?

    Bob

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    looks good! could use a little drop to get rid of that wheel gap.. but all of our cars can use it no matter the wheels.

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    Nice looking wheel and tire set up.
    Use them in good health

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    Now drop that bitch and get rid of that 4x4 look

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    Re: My new iForged wheels mounted

    I have to admit Dan is right, The car would look really good lowered the B&G with spacers is a good choice. I think another vender on this forum is working on B&G to sell then to his store. As to the spacers there seems to be a guy on the CTS V forum that was making
    them. If we had enough interest we could get this vender in Coos Bay Oreron to make them. I don't know how many he will need to
    get started, the costs, or the time frame. He would need a set from the other vendor in order to make the molds. It is a little time
    consuming in order to avoid the California vender, his reputation is somewhat flawed concerning the STS V now that the CTS V are
    the new thing. But it could be done. As these cars become more affordable there will be more interest. I sure. Good Luck.

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