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Old 03-12-2018, 11:34 AM
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The 5-spoke steel wheels only came on some cars, I've never figured out which ones. The wheel covers are different, too. Not interchangeable.
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The 939-110 Dorman rim will fit, it’s just the 5 spoke rim and requires that specific hub cap,

The 939-159 shows for the HHR, most sites indicate fitting issues to the 2011’s but they will fit

https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-80925-939-159.aspx

These only were installed at the factory for the 2006 they 2008 model years
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Just to confuse a bit more; my 2008 LT ha 5 spoke steelies, not the 16 hole steelies.

Mine had a pin stripe appearance package, maybe that was part of it?

Every time somebody makes a definitive statement about them an exception pops up.
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Old 03-12-2018, 12:23 PM
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The 5 spoke look nice, just have to add center caps and lug nuts. Summit price is $102 each. not including caps an lug nuts. I did a side by side compare at summit , every thing is the same between the 159's and the 110's except the center hub hole was slightly larger on the 5 spoke, I mean by a fraction.
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There is a bow out in the holies. That's why the wheel covers aren't compatible.

No center cap "nubs" on any I've seen.
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Nope the caps are held on by the plastic lug nut caps
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Yes mine are held on the way Oldblue explains. I'm looking at the TPMS sensors on ebay and there are so many choices, probably as many choices as there are topics here on this site. So I have my homework to do before I buy some. A lot of reading to do. When I get the dorman wheels. I'll report back with hopefully positive results. Thanks for the info.
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Old 03-27-2018, 10:49 AM
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Tires on new wheels, TPMS installed, no problems. Summer tires and winter tires. woohoo!
Summit racing for the wheels, ebay for the TPMS.
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