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Old 09-03-2009, 09:29 AM
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Just got my Polished C5 Deep Dish wheels installed last night, and of course its raining today. I couldn't resist to snap a few pictures though, more to come when the rain stops and I can clean it back up.




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Old 09-03-2009, 09:29 AM
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We have the C6 Z06 Deep Dish in Chrome and Black without rivets.

97Pontta, those C5s look clean. Thanks for posting images.
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Old 09-03-2009, 09:43 AM
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We have the C6 Z06 Deep Dish in Chrome and Black without rivets.
I was hoping they were available without them in gunmetal. I don't want chrome on my car and was leaning towards gunmetal instead of black. Although, if you can't sell them that way, I may get black without rivets
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If I wanted a certain color wheel could you do it? I'm guessing when you guys order a black wheel it comes that way and that you don't paint them in house.
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Originally Posted by nhra_crazy View Post
18x8.5 18x10.5 255/30 18 front 295/30 18 rear.. i will probly change them down the road and put alittle taller tire on it.. but it will do for now.
Yea im liking the 18's all around...might have to save up a few weeks and grab a set.
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Originally Posted by Saturn5 View Post
That looks better than I thought on NBM! Now I can't decide between gunmetal and chrome for my NBM T/A.

Any issues with ABS or traction control with the staggered sizes?
What size spacers are you running? How much are you lowered?

Sorry for the third degree, but that's almost the exact setup I'm looking at for my car and I want to cover all the bases before ordering.

As long as you run the right size tires there wont be any problems with the abs. Im running a 35 series sidewall on the 18's, and a 40 sidewall on the front 17's. They are both the same height overall, so the staggered wheel size does not affect it. I believe I have 1/4" spacers on. Its about the largest you can run without having to change out to longer lug studs. The wheels actually fit without the spacers, but when I jack the car up they wont clear the bumpstops without the spacers, plus it looks better with the wheels pushed out some anyways
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Old 09-04-2009, 09:54 PM
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here is mine finally got them on good without rubbing and got the car all nice and clean...and running 335's on the rear

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^ Agreed, but the front of the car looks like it is almost higher than the rear. Maybe, it is just the last two pictures and the ground.

What size are the front tires?
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front tires are 295/35/18 and rear are 335/30... so that little bit extra sidewall may be what you r seeing... and if anything, the front sits lower b/c the struts are about gone and need replaced
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That vette is simply amazing!
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Originally Posted by 97camarozguy View Post
That vette is simply amazing!
Thanks.

Here is a slideshow with some more:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/4156252...32653942/show/
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I'll add to it,



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Originally Posted by FrankSS View Post
here is mine finally got them on good without rubbing and got the car all nice and clean...and running 335's on the rear
Looks great!
But come on, give us some details on sizes, mods, spacers, etc. that you had to do to get those steamrollers to fit!
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it is the 18x10.5 rim running the BFG KWD2 335/30/18... not running any spacers yet, but have some coming. and it drives good, no rubbing anymore, just had to do the normal BFH mods to the inner fender well. didnt even have to roll the fender yet, as i am still at the stock ride height. i think those wheels fill the fender enough that the car doesnt need lowered
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Thanks for the info. I've been debating on a 17/18 combo or 17 all the way round, and that may tip me towards the 18 in back. It give me more options for rear tires while keeping the front with stock sizes.
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heres my t/a with some polished zr1s... need to get a better pic

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17x9.5 black GS replicas all the way around. I've had them since january of 2005.

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