WRONG 91 octane breath! More like a half inch at each end. Maybe no rub? Anyone tried it?So much for using '14 CTS coupe wheels for winter tires... the offsets are bass-ackwards. This is not surprising I suppose, given the dissimilar suspension setups. In any case, this would put the rear wheel over an inch further outboard, and the front wheel over an inch further inboard. I'm almost certain this would result in rub at both ends of the car.
Cool, thanks for taking the time to get the info.And the answer is...
Front 18x8.5 offset 32mm
Rear 18x9.5 offset 46mm
What are the specs on the '14 CTS coupe wheels?WRONG 91 octane breath! More like a half inch at each end. Maybe no rub? Anyone tried it?
No problem... I was simply after those numbers, as I want to get a set of wheels and tires set up for winter temperatures. I have to get the P Zero summer tires off before winter here in South Central Kansas. We don't typically get a lot of snow, but sub freezing temps (down to zero F or so) are a strong possibility over a 3 to 4 month period.Cool, thanks for taking the time to get the info.
The coupe wheels are:What are the specs on the '14 CTS coupe wheels?