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Old 10-06-2010, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Camaro rims Lug Pattern????

Does anyone know for sure if the 2011 camaro stock rims will fit the lug pattern of a 2002 camaro ss? any help or advise is greatly appreciated
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Old 10-08-2010, 03:21 PM   #2
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2011 Camaro is 5x120mm, and the 2002 is 5x120.65 a small difference but enough to cause vibrations.
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this is a huge huge debate on here. on if the .65 mm is too much. I have run bmw rims on my car for about 19 months now with no issue. the only issue is that you have to center all the lugs before tightening them cause if you dont there might not be enough room to get the socket on the nut
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Some will argue that fact but you have to remember that the difference is less than a millimeter. Not enough to cause an issue. The issue is that because they are 20s you have to run thinner tires to make them fit our cars, it has been done though
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An 02 SS would look like a baby monster truck with those wheels.
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