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Old 04-19-2009, 10:52 AM   #1
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2010 Camaro Wheel Info

My first post and hopefully a good one. Been lurking around the forum getting information about the new Camaro and thought I would pass on some that I found while doing my research.

The wheel spec info I found on Bigwheels.net:

Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Offset Range: 35 to 45
Wheel Size Range: 20x8.0 to 22x9.5
OEM Tire Size (Front): 245/45-20 (245x729 mm)
OEM Tire Size (Rear): 275/40-20 (275x728 mm)

Here is a link to the info and some wheels for the Camaro: http://www.bigwheels.net/?location=w...le=Camaro%20SS

Some wheels listed for the Camaro from Discount Tire: http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...rw=&vid=016070

As more cars get made I'm sure there will be a better selection of wheels. Hopefully in 6 months I can add a new SS to my garage!!!


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Old 04-19-2009, 11:04 AM   #2
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My favorite one so far, would look killer on a Silver SS!!!
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Old 04-19-2009, 11:16 AM   #3
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Cool thanks for the info on the offsets. There have been questions about that for some time now.
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Old 04-19-2009, 11:52 AM   #4
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Yeah thanks! When I purchase the car I'll probably have after market 22" ready to be installed so this information is crucial!

Thanks again
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Old 04-19-2009, 12:31 PM   #5
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so you can't fit a 22x10 in the rear?? That would really suck if true.
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Old 04-19-2009, 12:40 PM   #6
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so you can't fit a 22x10 in the rear?? That would really suck if true.
According to Bigwheels.net the widest rear wheel you can run is a 9.5 inch, however Discount Tire Direct has several 20 inch wheels that are 20X10. You might be able to fit it if you get the correct offset.
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Old 04-19-2009, 01:13 PM   #7
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thanks for the info
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Old 04-19-2009, 02:41 PM   #8
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The only wheels available for the car so far from TireRack.com aren't half bad either. I still want my TTM's, though.
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will Breytons/these fit
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Old 04-19-2009, 05:11 PM   #10
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is it the same as the corvette?
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No the wheels on the Camaro are not the same as the vette. They are 5x120.65, and the Camaro's are 5x120. Not alot of difference but there is a difference.
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ok so im kinda confused about the wheel terminology lol

for example I know that 305/35/22 means 305 mm width the 35 is the width from edge of the rim to edge of the tire and the 22 is the rim size

but what does this mean :
Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Offset Range: 35 to 45
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Old 04-19-2009, 07:19 PM   #13
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ok so im kinda confused about the wheel terminology lol

for example I know that 305/35/22 means 305 mm width the 35 is the width from edge of the rim to edge of the tire and the 22 is the rim size

but what does this mean :
Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Offset Range: 35 to 45

Bolt Pattern : http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/....jsp?techid=92

Offset : http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/...jsp?techid=101

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I would guess that they are 5x120 +48 since the GTO and G8 are both that spec, (i believe)
Since all 3 cars are Australian built or designed.

bottom line, someone needs to look on the inside of the wheel to see if it says P48 inside one of the spokes,
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I would guess that they are 5x120 +48 since the GTO and G8 are both that spec, (i believe)
Since all 3 cars are Australian built or designed.

bottom line, someone needs to look on the inside of the wheel to see if it says P48 inside one of the spokes,
Here are the specs that Bigwheels.net has for the G8:

Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Offset Range: 34 to 45
Wheel Size Range: 18x8.0 to 20x8.5
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ya, i wouldn't consider that to be 100% acurate until we can verify the production wheel info.

The GTO was listed as a +38 for 2 years after it was released, and they are in fact +48.
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Kind of lol

I understand the bolt pattern but not the offset very much
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so this wouldnt fit right?

22x9.5 Demoda Concepts DF1 Black: 5x115/120 +15mm offset
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so this wouldnt fit right?

22x9.5 Demoda Concepts DF1 Black: 5x115/120 +15mm offset
Unfortunately no, it's not the correct bolt pattern and the offset is wrong.


These should fit : http://www.elementwheels.com/proddet...d=DAWDF122CHCR

5x120 - 5x4.5/114.3 35 (bolt pattern is 5X120 and the offset is 35)

I'd call just to be 100% sure.
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will Breytons/these fit
What offset/ fit do breytons have?
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Unfortunately no, it's not the correct bolt pattern and the offset is wrong.


These should fit : http://www.elementwheels.com/proddet...d=DAWDF122CHCR

5x120 - 5x4.5/114.3 35 (bolt pattern is 5X120 and the offset is 35)

I'd call just to be 100% sure.
ok well hopefully that offset comes in black because the link shows the chrome version. thank you

EDIT: I think these are it: http://www.elementwheels.com/proddet...d=DAWDF122BKCR
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According to Bigwheels.net the widest rear wheel you can run is a 9.5 inch, however Discount Tire Direct has several 20 inch wheels that are 20X10. You might be able to fit it if you get the correct offset.
it shows 20x10's but it says it doesnt fit the vehicle that the maximum width for the car is 9.5

and i got a question...the lower the offset the deeper the dish? just curious to which was it works...
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it shows 20x10's but it says it doesnt fit the vehicle that the maximum width for the car is 9.5

and i got a question...the lower the offset the deeper the dish? just curious to which was it works...



Offset of a wheel is the distance from the mounting surface of the wheel to the true centerline of the rim. A positive offset will pull the tire into the fender well more. A negative offset will put the mounting surface of the wheel behind the true centerline, such as a deep dish wheel. This pushes the tire out away from the car.
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