|11-18-2008, 12:40 AM||#1|
Drives: 2010 SS
Join Date: Aug 2006
Something to think about when deciding on wheels..
from what I've seen I'm very happy with what Chevy is offering straight from the factory....that includes the V6 models which in the past have been terrible. Some people won't like what Chevy is offering while some just want there car to look a little different, before deciding not to go with what Chevy is offering you'll want to make sure the fitment will be correct. I can't tell you how many times I've read post about fitment problems on aftermarket wheels on the 4th gen Camaro, guys had to roll there fenders/live with the problem or go back to there factory wheels. My choice is the polished 19" factory wheels, best of luck in which every way you go.
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