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We just purchased a new CTS and I am wondering, will the New 2009 CTS-V 19" Wheels fit a new 2009 CTS. I found a new chrome set and would like to buy them, but just want to make sure they will bolt on directly.
 

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You bet they do...I have a black 08' CTS with the 19" V wheels (polished, not chrome) and the car looks amazing; the wider tires are sick nasty. I'm assuming you're concerned about the offset, but the front and rear wheels fit flush with the body. I'm out of town right now, but I can't PM you some pics later this week if you'd like.
 

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Was wondering the same thing as the Holden's here in Australia all have the same CTS-V rims that we're just now getting. I'm sure I could find a cheap set here and ship them back to myself if they would fit.
 

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You bet they do...I have a black 08' CTS with the 19" V wheels (polished, not chrome) and the car looks amazing; the wider tires are sick nasty. I'm assuming you're concerned about the offset, but the front and rear wheels fit flush with the body. I'm out of town right now, but I can't PM you some pics later this week if you'd like.
Thanks, I would love to see the pictures. My wife's new CTS is Black also with a 6 speed manual. We wanted the Direct injection but had to settle for the base model since 6 speeds were so hard to find. Look forward to seeing your vehicle.
 

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would they fit an all wheel drive model?


Mine is an AWD, so yes they do fit. There was concern that the staggered setup would mess with the center differential, but all my research indicated it's rolling diameter (not tire width) that affects the center diff. I've had mine on for about 500 miles and no problems to report, car drives the same as the 17" wheels I had before.
 

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Re: Wide Rims?!

Hi Mike B here in Calgary. i put some CTS V sedan 19" rims on my 08 sedan, I went with a 255/45/19 front and a 285/40/19 rear. They match very good for circumference, out by .4 or something and look real nice and fit without and problems.
 

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Re: Wide Rims?!

Hi Mike B here in Calgary. i put some CTS V sedan 19" rims on my 08 sedan, I went with a 255/45/19 front and a 285/40/19 rear. They match very good for circumference, out by .4 or something and look real nice and fit without and problems.
Moved from the 2003-2007 CTS thread that you posted in, since you've got a different body style, different wheel bolt pattern, and different tire sizing.
 

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I have them on my 2011 AWD and they look great. I tried to load a picture from my iPad but it won't load. I will try from my computer tomorrow.
 

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Remember, sedans and wagons are different offsets from coupes.
 

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We just purchased a new CTS and I am wondering, will the New 2009 CTS-V 19" Wheels fit a new 2009 CTS. I found a new chrome set and would like to buy them, but just want to make sure they will bolt on directly.
Are the ones you are taking off chrome? If so will you be selling them? Mines a 2013 CTS 17" wheels
 

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Hey all, I have a 2011 CTS base sedan. I purchased a set of CTS-V wheels and am unsure about the fitment with the Hub. Seems to be a backspacing problem. When I go to put the wheel on it's a really tight fit and won't slide all the way on unless I really torque down on the lug nuts. The center of the wheel hub sticks out and the wheel can't fully slide onto the lugs to butt up against the wheel hub. I put the lug nuts on really tight and it looked to finally fit on flush, but didn't want to drive on it like that. Any ideas? I was thinking the base model might have different wheel hubs than the V model?

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Do you have the 115 mm wheels on your base model (not the V wheels, those are 120). If so, this could be your problem.
 
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