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Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels... in Cadillac V-Series Forums; I'm looking for the chrome ones for my 06 V. I have the black ones on my car. Didn't know ...
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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    I'm looking for the chrome ones for my 06 V. I have the black ones on my car. Didn't know if we could swap or what you had. I just don't want to pay that kind of cash for wheels.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    Unfortunately with the 6 lug, necessary positive offset to cover the Brembo calipers, and staggered sizes, your options aren't many and those that are available, are expensive. Both OEM and aftermarket.

    $885 really isn't a lot for a set of rims to be honest. Yea they're not Discount Tire's universal wheel cheap, but my Holden wheels on my GTO were $1,200 plus FX conversion, and shipping from Australia.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    They are the stock painted wheels, not chrome.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    I have some iForged customs 19/20 for sale with tires.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    message my berger. might be interested!!

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy.Seminerio View Post
    Question.. for spare tire purposes in case of a flat on a long trip.. would the 18's be ok temporarily on the back if lets say a back tire blew out? Would the 19's be ok in the front? I've recently been thinking of buying another rim for spare purposes. Thanks.
    You can mount the 18's on the rear, but you would have to change BOTH rears. You can't run ONE 18 and ONE 19 on the rear. Aside from the extremely dangerous stability issues, you'd tear the differential to pieces.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    cool thanks. glad you said something. Definitely not gonna do that now.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    I want to give my STS V a square setup vs. the staggered 18in to 19in setup.

    Does anyone know for sure if I was to purchase two rear 19in factory OEM wheels and try to set them up on the front - if they would rub on the wheel base or how it would drive overall?

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    I'm all square with 20X9's up front 255/35zr20's and 20x10.5 rear with 305/35zr20's and there are absolutely no rubbing at all, she looks ominous, running Savini's $1250 each plus the run flats was close to $8000, you can do it but it cost to be the Boss! Rims should be about 10% of your cars value anyway, why short change yourself, with all the various applications out there beef her up! She still spins those 305's off the line!

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    I guess I didn't know that there was such a standard...

    I'd rather spend that kind of money elsewhere.

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    Re: For those looking for a new set of OEM wheels...

    I've seen a few STS V's w/ the iForged Legacy V2 Wheels Concave Series and I think they look great on the car.

    Does anyone on here know of anyone potentially selling these or have an estimate of how much the wheels would run? (20x10.5 for rear and 20x9 for fronts)

    -- I'm really looking for the black centers w/ the carbon fiber lips.

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