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Old 07-16-2013, 08:38 AM   #1
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SOLD: Forgestar CF5V gloss black 19x10, 19x11, brand new, PRICE DROP!

What I have for sale is a set of Forgestar CF5V wheels for the 5th gen Camaro. I ordered them from Jurrian at ModBargains.com. In the time that it took me to get these wheels, I sold my car. Thus, these wheels are brand new. I received them on July 12.

The sizes are 19x10 for the front and 19x11 for the rear. The wheels were ordered in gloss black. The offsets were selected for the purpose of fitting 295/30-19 tires in the front and 305/30-19 tires in the rear. The CF5V is supposedly the lightest 19" wheel that Forgestar currently offers.

Forgestar advertises a 6-8 week lead time for their wheels, and the wait often extends beyond that due to powder coating quality checks. My wheels took about 10 weeks to receive. If someone were to purchase these, they could have them within mere days.

As these are brand new, I am asking $1,375 shipped.

UPDATE: I received a request for the weight of the 19x10 wheel and decided to oblige. I removed one 19x10 wheel from its package and weighed it. There was still a small amount of protective plastic that I did not want to remove, so subtract another 0.1lbs, maybe. Then again, you would also have to add a tiny amount for the center caps, which are included along with hub rings. The pictures are below.

UPDATE:

A board member contacted me with some concerns about the front wheels supposedly being +35 offset. He stated that the ZL1 front offsets are +23 for 20x10, and an offset of +35 might not clear the OEM shocks with a 295/35-19 tire. I felt that this warranted some investigation on my part.

So, here's a bit of explanation and some interesting information that I just found out:

When I ordered these wheels, I requested offsets that would allow me to fit 295/35-19 tires in the front on a 19x10 wheel.

Later on, after I received the wheels and went to sell them, I sent an email to Jurrian asking him what offsets were chosen for the wheels. Potential buyers had been asking me what the offsets were, and I wanted to be able to give them an answer. Jurrian replied that the wheels were probably no different than the usual, which is +35 front and +39 rear.

Now, I just took one of the 19x10 wheels out of the box and began measuring the wheel. Here's what I found:

  • From the outside of the outer lip to the outside of the inner lip is 275mm (10.82").
  • From the inside of the outer lip to the inside of the inner lip is 254mm (10.00").
  • From the inside of the outer lip to the outside of the inner lip is 265mm (10.43").
  • From the mounting surface to the outside of the inner lip is 165mm (6.49").
  • Subtract 10" (the actual wheel width) from 10.43" and you get 0.43", which is the width of the inner lip.
  • Subtract the inner lip width, 0.43", from 6.49". As the wheel is 10" wide inside of the outer and inner lips, subtract half of that width from 6.09" to get the distance that the mounting surface is offset from the centerline of the wheel.
  • The offset would be 6.09" - 5.00", which is 1.09". That converts to 27.69mm offset.
Obviously, there is some margin of error here. However, it is quite apparent to me that the offsets of these front wheels are more akin to the ZL1 front offset of +23.












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Old 07-16-2013, 09:40 AM   #2
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Where was this deal when I was looking around. Very nice looking. Should go fast.
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Old 07-16-2013, 09:43 AM   #3
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Should go fast.
I sure hope so.
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:43 AM   #4
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These will go very very fast. They were just finished about a week ago, so they're fresh off the line, 100% brand new. Good luck with the sale! Probably won't need any luck, they should go quick, certainly at that price
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:59 PM   #5
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Holy...

With the offsets where exactly would they sit with the fenders? And would the tire sizes you mentioned, would that sit about where stock SS wheels are.

I use to have the 19" stock wheels on mine and they were the same height.

Clear Brembos?

No centering rings required?
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Old 07-16-2013, 01:17 PM   #6
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Holy...

With the offsets where exactly would they sit with the fenders? And would the tire sizes you mentioned, would that sit about where stock SS wheels are.

I use to have the 19" stock wheels on mine and they were the same height.

Clear Brembos?

No centering rings required?
The rear wheels should be flush with the fenders when running 305's. The fronts will have a small amount of poke when running 295's. 285's would see a more flush fitment in the front. They'll fit similarly to how the ZL1's stock wheels fit, I would imagine. They'll clear the Brembos, without a doubt.

From past experience with Forgestar wheels, the wheels will either include center rings, or the hub bores will be the appropriate size.
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:22 PM   #7
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You first posted about these wheels over a month ago on another thread, wish I had saw it before I bought the TSWs. Man.

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Old 07-19-2013, 08:37 AM   #8
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:08 AM   #9
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Wish these were 18's
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I'm interested. Just trying to justify the offsets. I'd have to go with a 40/45-19, 30-19 would be to low as I need to stay at stock overall height, car isn't lowered and would look odd. If you could find out what the offsets are or have ModB chime in that would be great. Although they clear Brems, mine have the "roller skates" so wondering if those will make the fit.
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As far as I know, the offsets are +35 front, +39 rear.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:48 AM   #13
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:08 AM   #14
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Wish I had bought these.
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Wish I had bought these.
I wish that someone would buy these. I'm surprised that they're still here.
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Old 07-31-2013, 02:14 AM   #18
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Where in IL are you located? I'll be driving down to Chicago towards the end of August. Would I be able to pick these up if they're still available?
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Where in IL are you located? I'll be driving down to Chicago towards the end of August. Would I be able to pick these up if they're still available?
I'm located in Libertyville, IL, which is about 40 minutes northwest of Chicago. If these are still available, you would be able to pick them up.
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Bump.

These are still available.
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Old 08-09-2013, 01:57 PM   #22
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It's been 25 days since I listed these wheels, and somehow, they have not sold yet. They are taking up too much space, and I want them out of my garage.

As such, I have lowered the price to $1,375 shipped. $1,375 gets you a set of brand new, unopened, untouched gloss black Forgestar CF5V's in a small fraction of the time it would take from any vendor. Somebody take advantage of this.
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Could you verify the offsets and weights of these wheels? I am running Pedders XA coilovers and ZL1 upgrade rear sway bars. I want to make sure nothing will rub.



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Could you verify the offsets and weights of these wheels? I am running Pedders XA coilovers and ZL1 upgrade rear sway bars. I want to make sure nothing will rub.
I sent you a PM, but I'll reiterate the information here for everyone to see.

The front wheels have a +35 offset, and the rears have a +39 offset. I don't have the weights of these particular sizes, but I know that the 19x8.5 size of this wheel weighs 19.8lbs.

The offsets were chosen by Forgestar with the Pedders coilovers in mind (I sold mine). They should clear everything.
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Better turn in with reduced weight, less stress on the power steering pump and rack as well as the wheel bearings and the list goes on and on. No wonder GM went to 19" for the Z28. 19x11 weighs 24lbs and 19x10 weighs 23.7lbs. On a UPS scale. Nice indeed and looks freaking killer on my car, even better than the TSW Nurbs. Looks like black jewelry.

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