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Old 01-17-2018, 10:46 PM   #15
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Right so they're not the same size as OEM ZL1 1LE wheels which is what the OP was talking about as he asked about GM part #s. (I mean no offense by this I'm just hoping to keep both parties aware before he spends $5000+ on OEM wheels that won't fit).

10" front and 11" rear is the standard on SS1LE and regular ZL1s for 5th and 6th gen. The ZL1 1LE has more clearance room.

OP, I'd recommend the setup that TRAK1LE has and skip going OEM, which are really expensive and too big. Now, there will be no weight savings, in fact there may be a weight gain by going with a replica as they're usually heavier cast though the m716 do claim to be "Flow forged" they still weigh 35 pounds each according to PK. Maybe you're happy medium is going with a true forged aftermarket wheel in 10"/11" setup?
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Old 01-18-2018, 02:13 AM   #16
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They are 19x10+23 and 19x11+38. I’m running -2 up front and -1.5 rear. No rubbing on my slicks that are 305/30/19


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Are you running 305's all the way around?
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Old 01-18-2018, 12:29 PM   #17
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Right so they're not the same size as OEM ZL1 1LE wheels which is what the OP was talking about as he asked about GM part #s. (I mean no offense by this I'm just hoping to keep both parties aware before he spends $5000+ on OEM wheels that won't fit).

10" front and 11" rear is the standard on SS1LE and regular ZL1s for 5th and 6th gen. The ZL1 1LE has more clearance room.

OP, I'd recommend the setup that TRAK1LE has and skip going OEM, which are really expensive and too big. Now, there will be no weight savings, in fact there may be a weight gain by going with a replica as they're usually heavier cast though the m716 do claim to be "Flow forged" they still weigh 35 pounds each according to PK. Maybe you're happy medium is going with a true forged aftermarket wheel in 10"/11" setup?
Thanks for the info. The whole point was weight savings, and of course fitting without rubbing.
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Old 01-18-2018, 12:30 PM   #18
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They are about 23lbs. Look into the M716 from MRR.


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Old 01-18-2018, 04:42 PM   #19
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Note that you can also get these in 20" versions with stock ZL1 offsets (won't help with weight obviously):

https://www.mrrwheels.com/collection.../products/m716

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