The Ontario CTS Club Discussion, Rim Opinions in Cadillac Clubs, Local Chapters and Regional Forums; I had a photo shop done of these rims on my car. What do you folks think? What I prefer ...
- 10-14-08 09:11 AM #1Cadillac Owners Fanatic
- Automobile(s): Cadillac CTS4 2008
- Join Date
- Apr 2008
I had a photo shop done of these rims on my car. What do you folks think?
What I prefer is the BMW-ish M Series rim and this comes close but, just curios the BMW is a 5x120 and a 34mm offset. If memory serves me correct that is bang on for my 08 CTS AWD
Let me know your opinions as well as any shops you recomend
I would prefer a simple polished five/six spoke with some minimal black accents
- 01-16-09 01:54 PM #2Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): Cadillac 2009 CTS cherry bomb
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
- The Great White North
Those are nice rims on your ride. I have a neighbor who has, I should bite my tongue, an Acura. That rice-mobile has nice rims and he does keep his car clean. I'm not sure they'd look good on a CTS though. What looks good on one model isn't necessarily suited for another.
- 09-11-09 08:22 AM #3
Re: Rim Opinions
I personally think the rims have huge gaps making the rims look weak and flimsy for a CTS. Since the CTS is a bulky, mean mechine I think that the rims should also look thicker as well. Its like when you see a body builder with scrawny legs. Just my opinion. Cheers.
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