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    miro 368

    hello you i found some wheels i really would like to throw onto my 2000 v6 firebird. but i was wondering if this bolt pattern or offset will fit or look good on my car?.. sorry for being such a noob


    http://www.elementwheels.com/proddet...miro-3681810hs

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    Bolt pattern on an F-Body is 5x120.65 or otherwise known as 5x4.75".
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    A 5x120mm bolt pattern will also work.

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    Well they don't have that bolt pattern the closest would be 5x114 18mm offset
    Are there any adapters I could use?

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    running adapters on a rwd is begging for something to go wrong.
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    like what exactly ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jr026 View Post
    like what exactly ?
    Break a lug, wheel vibrate loose, a number of bad things. Even running spacers with the correct bolt pattern is determined as unsafe. Typically, its never a good idea to put something between the wheel and rotor. IMO, just find some rims with the same bolt pattern. Wheels are not worth the potential hazard.
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    After I widened the rear wheels on the T/A I ran spacers and adapters. 1/2'' spacers up front with longer studs and one inch 5x4.75-5x4.75 adapters in the rear with stock studs. Car made over 600ft/tq on the nitrous and dead hooked from a low roll and ran out to 135ish. Never missed a beat. On the track I would of blown up the drive line on slicks before the adapters or studs became a problem.

    They're not fool proof and every application is different. If you do it right spacers or adapters are not an issue.
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