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Old Today, 11:03 AM   #1
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2014 1LE with z28 wheels

New member, been following for long time. I have a 2014 1LE, I have a set of Z28 wheels to swap out but do not like extra inch on front wheels. I do not track car so it was for looks only. Any options to help keep extra inch wide throwing stuff all over side of car?
Thanks and always good information on these pages.
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Old Today, 01:43 PM   #2
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The only option is z28 fender flares/ whole body kit that will cost a few thousand to get and install
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Old Today, 02:12 PM   #3
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Thanks, that is what I am seeing. I looked into get narrowed but the wheels still out + 1 inch. If I wanted to do that I have to start with a rear wheel because of backspacing. Still no one wants to narrow a Z28 wheel and I don't have the extra rear wheels. I have even thought about doing a MRR Z28 style but the smallest is 20". Just trying to figure out as I want to use but if not I won't run that far sticking out front. Thanks Tom
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