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Old 04-20-2017, 10:35 PM   #1
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Camaro 19's mounted

5th get Camaro 19x8 wheels. Had the center bore machined from 67mm to 70mm, also had to use fatter lugnuts. Used GM 9593169 center caps off ebay. Wrapped in Nitto Invo 245/35R19. Exact width and diameter as the stock 17's.

















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Old 04-21-2017, 02:04 AM   #2
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Looking fly! I like that they're OEM but I'm starting to think (never thought I'd say this) that some 19's look too big on a Goat. Yours look great though, good job......
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Old 04-21-2017, 03:53 AM   #3
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How it look from the back?
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:25 AM   #4
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:51 AM   #5
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That looks really good!
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Old 04-21-2017, 05:17 AM   #6
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Looking fly! I like that they're OEM but I'm starting to think (never thought I'd say this) that some 19's look too big on a Goat. Yours look great though, good job......

Those look good. I have 19" too, don't think they look too big.


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Man, that looks beautiful!
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Yeah, 19's really are the perfect size on this car to nicely fill the wheel well. Anything bigger is out of place. 18's look real nice too assuming the car is lowered. 17's are just too small.

Excellent looking wheels by the way. Clean that bird shit off and polish those headlights though...
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Like it. What company did you get the center caps from on eBay?

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are you guys rolling fenders to fit 19's? i've had my GTO for 11 years and i'm just finally getting around to putting rims and tires on it, and hopefully a banshee hood in the near future. been debating on 18 or 19's.
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All depends. The overall diameter of the wheel/tire package shouldn't change from a stock 17" or 18" wheel and tire. Stay within that size and offset and there would be no need to roll your fenders.

What comes into play is wider wheels, different offsets and larger overall diameter wheel/tire combinations. Couple that with lowering the cars, and you may or may not need to cut your fenders.

Notice I say cut, because rolling GTO fenders is ill advised by me. The fender lips are as thick as 4 sandwiched pieces of metal in places and I've yet to see a rolled rear fender that doesn't wave back at you due to that. Cutting is way faster and much safer to your rear fender lips.

I have 19" CCW's and am lowered quite a bit. Fronts are fine. Rears (10" wide) needed cut and the inner fender well hammered in to avoid rubbing. YMMV.
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Yeah, 19's really are the perfect size on this car to nicely fill the wheel well. Anything bigger is out of place. 18's look real nice too assuming the car is lowered. 17's are just too small.

Excellent looking wheels by the way. Clean that bird shit off and polish those headlights though...

I have new OEM headlights, OEM foglights, and OEM tail lights going in soon. Along with Bad Haas grilles and splitter.

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are you guys rolling fenders to fit 19's? i've had my GTO for 11 years and i'm just finally getting around to putting rims and tires on it, and hopefully a banshee hood in the near future. been debating on 18 or 19's.

These wheels are stock offset, the tires come out to the exact specs as the stock 17's as far as width and overall diameter.
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it looks great! I've always loves the "OEM upgrade" look, it makes some wonder how you got that package. That's why I wanted corvette wheels lol
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are you guys rolling fenders to fit 19's? i've had my GTO for 11 years and i'm just finally getting around to putting rims and tires on it, and hopefully a banshee hood in the near future. been debating on 18 or 19's.

I have 19x9.5 VMR VB3's with a 45mm offset. I cut the fenders near flush. I'm lowered 1 inch, and I have 275's out back. I went with 275 over 265 to keep the overall tire diameter the same (can't remember the aspect ratio).

The rears still rub the outside on big bumps. They didn't rub as badly on my last set of rear tires, so these run a bit wider. I plan to go to 265 next time, and maybe machine off a few mm on the wheel. YMMV.
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it looks great! I've always loves the "OEM upgrade" look, it makes some wonder how you got that package. That's why I wanted corvette wheels lol

Love my C6 vette wheels. 19s rear. 18s up front.



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Those look fantastic!! Care to share wheel/tire specs including offsets?
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OP, those are looking fine af!!! wouldn't mind something like that on mine. Raymond, totally digging the center caps on your setup there, I've contemplated running a c6 setup as well. Center caps off the shelf or something you had made? Definitely looks clean
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Yeah, how did you remove the Corvette logos from those center caps? Nice work!
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Pretty easy. Just remove the clearcoat over the cover. The Corvette logo is painted on so it comes off. Apply Pontiac arrowhead decal and clearcoat over it.
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Love my C6 vette wheels. 19s rear. 18s up front.




Wow, that's really sexy. I love the barbados blue too.
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are you guys rolling fenders to fit 19's? i've had my GTO for 11 years and i'm just finally getting around to putting rims and tires on it, and hopefully a banshee hood in the near future. been debating on 18 or 19's.

I have the ROH Fury Black Ice 19x8 with 48mm offest. I stayed close to same dimensions as stock tire in circumference, I am running Michelin Pilot Super Sport 245/35/19 with no rubbing. That rim/tire combo is a few pounds light than the stock setup was.
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OP, looks great. Very nice touch to add the OEM Pontiac center caps. Well done!
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The rear looks great with 19's, but in my opinion, 19's on the front are a bit big. Otherwise, looks great!
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Those look fantastic!! Care to share wheel/tire specs including offsets?

Thanks! I went to Cleetus and Cars at Bradenton Motorsports Park tonight and people loved it!

19x8 ET 38mm offset all around. 245/35R19 Nitto Invo all around.
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Love these new wheels







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I like those, I think they look great.

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They looked good in person! And great meeting you saturday night. I'll PM you my info so we can meet up when you're in orlando
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they look awesome. it occurs to me if the rears were widened about an inch, they would be an ideal +51.
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Looking good..... Now more options for me to "invest" $$$$ on, LOL
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