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    How many of you are running Corvette wheels?

    I'm just wondering how many of you guys are running Corvette wheels? I was thinking about running the 07 Z06 wheels.. or 07 z06 replicas.. the replicas are 19/20 combo... I know that I'd hafta use a wheel spacer...
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    unless its a 4wd. then no spacer is needed
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    Originally posted by JKBLAZIN
    unless its a 4wd. then no spacer is needed
    Other way around, if it's a 4wd he won't need adapters, 2wd will.

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    Yea i was about to say, a 4wd hub to hub is wider then a 2wd. thats why you see 4wd's that have 2wd wheels on em that stick out like a Mexican G Ride...:D

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    Originally posted by AIR SIC
    Other way around, if it's a 4wd he won't need adapters, 2wd will.
    You borth are right. You just misread him.

    '07 Z06 wheels are 18" by 9.5" in the front and 19" x 12" in the back. The width may be something you need to take into account.
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    what seems to look the best (on 4x4's) is a 8.5" width.
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    yeah those will be awsome but thats some hella width for the front, those will stick out quite a bit.

    And no JKBLAZIN did say it backwards:)


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    I think you are backwards superbee... he just put a period where a comma should have been....
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    ya i was adding off when he said he would need spacers... sorry to confuse.
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    Originally posted by JKBLAZIN
    unless its a 4wd. then no spacer is needed

    English: "If it is 4wd then no spacer is needed"

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    I feel like arguing, DL......


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    yeah i was looking at those c6 z06 wheels ... but the 12 inch widht 335 tire is scaring me also was the price lol



    but i you look on ebay they make them narrower not sure exactly what the size is tought

    id rellay love them on my xtreme for that sport look

    if id know they would fit id get them and get the brakes you know those big mother f**kers 14 inch rotors 6 piston galiper front and 13.4 inch 4 piston galiper rear ...
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    heres a pic to help ya out lol

    these r z06 18x8.5 i believe...


    4wd lowered 4/5 with no spacers

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    I love the rims of the C6 but the only thing I worry about is if I can still tuck them when I lay frame

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    i didnt catch if u said urs was 4wd or not, im assuming not tho if ur "laying frame", so i wouldnt know how they fit on the 2wd set ups. but mine sit flush with the body and wouldnt tuck very well with out atleast hit the fenders a lil
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