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Old 02-01-2018, 06:51 PM   #1
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OEM wheel specs?

Hi all wondering

If someone has the dimensions of the various stock wheel sizes
In particular what are the stock offsets for the different wheels?

I have a 2LT RS and like the way the ss1LE wheels fill the fender arches. Knowing the stock offset and width of my wheels compared to the 1 LE would help me choose what wheels to buy

Thanks!
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Old 02-01-2018, 07:41 PM   #2
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This is a 2LTRS with the mmr 017 (1LE)
MMR - 20 X10 +23, 20 x 11 +43 tires: 275/35/20 & 295/35/20 (you can also do 285/305)



Stock 2LT RS wheels are 20 x 8.5 et 25mm fronts
* 20 x 8.5 et 25mm rear.
* tires: 245/40ZR20 tires all around

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Old 02-01-2018, 08:24 PM   #3
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Thank you I love those!

I’m thinking I’d like to do a square set (this is my commuter car)

20x10 20mm off set with 285/30 tires all round and maybe a 3mm spacer on rear

Do you think I’d have any rubbing in the front or have to reroute any wires?
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Old 02-01-2018, 08:27 PM   #4
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Not with 285’s.......only the 305 needs rerouting....even If you have to reroute wires, it’s a 15 minute operation with a zip tie and the wheel off, no big deal
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Old 02-01-2018, 08:35 PM   #5
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Thank you I love those!

I’m thinking I’d like to do a square set (this is my commuter car)

20x10 20mm off set with 285/30 tires all round and maybe a 3mm spacer on rear

Do you think I’d have any rubbing in the front or have to reroute any wires?
This is the exact same setup (square) I just put on my SS (No spacer). It looks great!
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Old 02-01-2018, 11:32 PM   #6
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Glen e, your Camaro is just gorgeous!
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This is a 2LTRS with the mmr 017 (1LE)
MMR - 20 X10 +23, 20 x 11 +43 tires: 275/35/20 & 295/35/20 (you can also do 285/305)



Stock 2LT RS wheels are 20 x 8.5 et 25mm fronts
* 20 x 8.5 et 25mm rear.
* tires: 245/40ZR20 tires all around
Hey there Glen, this was just the thread I was looking for. I had folks telling me that my 2016 2LtRS was staggared, but when I check it also looks like I have 245/40ZR20 tires all round, so I am going to assume that I have 20 x 8.5 et 25mm all round with 5x120 bolt configs. And now after reading this I know I can look for 20 X10 +23, 20 x 11 +43 tires: 275/35/20 & 295/35/20 without any mods .. GREAT! .. thanks very much
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