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Old 10-18-2007, 07:42 PM   #1
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Hi Yall, I am new to the site. I just bought a 2007 Chevy HHR. I'd like to put some kewl rims on it. Can someone tell me the bolt pattern on these things, all my research leads to 5x110mm.
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Your research is correct, the only other thing you need is the offset which is 42mm
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Old 10-18-2007, 07:53 PM   #3
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Welcome! What kind of wheels are you thinking about?
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5 lug x 110mm pattern is correct........
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I found some cool wheels made by Cuiser alloy, 903mb cakes, there black.
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I think we can git an offset between 34 and 42, can someone confirm that for me, thanks
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I think we can git an offset between 34 and 42, can someone confirm that for me, thanks
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ooooohhhhh biggie thats nice.


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I think we can git an offset between 34 and 42, can someone confirm that for me, thanks
Depends on the width of the wheel. I have 20"x8.5" with a +35 offset. I think stock is +42 on a 6.5" wheel width.
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Depends on the width of the wheel. I have 20"x8.5" with a +35 offset. I think stock is +42 on a 6.5" wheel width.

Thanks for the info, i am going to try to keep the same size wheels on this thing, becasue i travel alot I'll probably just put the 16x7.5s on it with 215/55/16 tires
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