Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, Cad wheels? in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; This may be the wrong area to put this thread but I'm gonna try anyway. I just saw a STS ...
- 01-19-03 07:44 PM #1
This may be the wrong area to put this thread but I'm gonna try anyway. I just saw a STS with some sweet stock wheels and I was wondering if those wheels would fit my old Fleet?
- 01-19-03 08:42 PM #2
- 05-14-03 08:55 PM #3
isnt the STS front drive? i think your fleet is rear drive , offset on the STS's wheels might be diffrent , at least this was the case witht he nissans , 240sx wheels (rear drive) would bolt up to my G20 (front drive) but the offset was wrong which caused rubbing issues and funny wheelbearing loads
- 05-14-03 08:59 PM #4
Damn the Sandman!! Found another thread he hit too!!
Thanks for the info Stoneage. I decided I'm gonna copy a member on this forum and put Impala SS w/ Caddy center caps on my car.
- 05-14-03 10:57 PM #5
hell yah , thatd look kickass
- 05-15-03 03:01 AM #6
also I belive the STS has a smaller bolt patern. Plus the off set is way off. FWD wheels have such a positive offset that it'll probablly rub the frame if they even go on. SS wheels will look good though. I have seen FWD wheels put on a 37 Ford but there was a lot of machining done, etc...
- 05-19-03 11:12 PM #7Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 2005 STS V8
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- saratoga ny
the bolt pattern on the old car is 5x139 with a zero offset, the bolt pattern on the sts is 5x115 with a high (around 40mm) offset. never happen.
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