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Old 09-25-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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2010 Camaro Wheels

Just picked these up from another forum member, they are 2010 Camaro wheels that are 19x8 fronts and rears widened to 19x9....seem to fit really nice with the 3/4 drop kit and rolled fender lips.

Just added some more pics to show what it looks like from the front and back looking down the sides....helps show the offsets more. I know the car is dirty, just got back from the beach haha

Good Still shots with the car clean

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Old 09-25-2011, 08:41 PM   #2
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wtf they fit just like that?
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Old 09-25-2011, 08:43 PM   #3
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wtf they fit just like that?

Yep, in fact, they are bumped out about 10mm farther than stock 17's, so when you look down the side of the car from the front or back, they look sooooo proper haha, have to get a shot of that I guess
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Wow. Those look pretty sweet!
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Wow. Im surprised nobody else has tried these yet... good work!!

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Yep, in fact, they are bumped out about 10mm farther than stock 17's, so when you look down the side of the car from the front or back, they look sooooo proper haha, have to get a shot of that I guess

post pics please please please and great work!
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:05 PM   #7
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wtf they fit just like that?

No! The previous owner also had the center bore machined.

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They have! About 3 others guys on the forum have done this.
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:37 PM   #8
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great looking set of wheels, look really good on a GTO
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They look better than GTO stock 18s IMO
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Old 09-26-2011, 03:50 AM   #10
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No! The previous owner also had the center bore machined.



They have! About 3 others guys on the forum have done this.


Sorry, forgot about this...either way, its not hard to find places to bore the centers and compared to everything else, it's really cheap. I want to say he told me a shop by him did it for like around $100.
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Old 09-26-2011, 05:01 AM   #11
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They look better than GTO stock 18s IMO

Thanks! It's hard to tell from the pics but they have a lot of shape to them when you're up close too. I'm really going to have to get some shots down the side of the car at different angles, the pics don't do them any justice.
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These look incredible!
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19s look sooo good on our cars. Those Camaro wheels look even better than what I originally thought. I want some now.
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:24 AM   #14
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Damn those look REALLY good! What tire size did you go with?
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:38 AM   #15
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I would imagine 19" tires demand a healthy price increase from the stock 17 or 18. Keep that in mind when you decide to upgrade. That said, the camaro wheels look great!
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Hey guys, thanks for all the kind words! I just edited the original post and added some pics of looking down the sides of the car to show how the offsets work out. Here's another pic that I couldn't fit in the first post....

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Old 09-26-2011, 10:26 AM   #17
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Damn those look REALLY good! What tire size did you go with?

Tires are 245-35-19 fronts and 275-35-19 rears...no rubbing in any situation with the fend lips rolled...
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That really is awesome. Definitely an option now that I am looking for some aftermarket wheels. I always wondered how these would look, but never pictured it looking this nice. Kudos for trying something different! Really came out sharp.
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Tires are 245-35-19 fronts and 275-35-19 rears...no rubbing in any situation with the fend lips rolled...

you sure the rears are not 275/30/19?

if those sizes are right, the rears would be about an inch taller then stock and the fronts.
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Looks fantastic!
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Looks good, do they have chevy emblems on them? looks like it but cant tell? if so gotta remedy that
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what size are the tires on the 20" wheels?

Edit my apologies these are 19''s
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what size are the tires on the 20' wheels?

I've never seen 20-foot wheels on a car before. Didn't know the Camaro had 20" options.
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sorry, I believe they are 275-30-19's on the back, typo on my part haha...but 20" wheels were available on the camaro ss, but I don't think our cars pull off 20's very well, IMO
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Looks good, do they have chevy emblems on them? looks like it but cant tell? if so gotta remedy that

They have pontiac emblems on them, but not the factory GTO ones with the black background, I know it's hard to see from the pics haha.
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Some more rolling shots, can kind of see all 5 spokes in one of them...
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These look great for all the same reasons the OEM 18's look good. I really like them, wish they made our 18's in a 19-inch size. Fills out the car better, IMO. Would someone with stock suspension need rolled fenders to run these wheels?
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These look great for all the same reasons the OEM 18's look good. I really like them, wish they made our 18's in a 19-inch size. Fills out the car better, IMO. Would someone with stock suspension need rolled fenders to run these wheels?

I believe with stock suspension, you would only need the front fender lips rolled, but it's worth it without a doubt, I mean, you can rent a fender roller for like $30-50 and then you just watch how to do it on youtube haha
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for some reason i feel they look better on yours than the previous owners... i saw the f/s posting and thought "meh, camaro wheels don't fit the lines of our cars well"... but they look pretty good on yours... weird... maybe because you have a PBM like me
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not too shabby but now you need bigger rotors and calipers......
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