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Old 07-28-2008, 09:05 AM   #1
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What is the bolt pattern size for the new Camaro?

Just curious if these 5th gen wheels are a different bolt pattern than 3rd and 4th gens? Would make a nice upgrade for the older f-bodies.
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I am not expecting it to be the same as before. Take a look at a C6 or a G8, they might be similar or the same as each other I am thinking that they might be on the Camaro as well. Just a guess.
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I am not expecting it to be the same as before. Take a look at a C6 or a G8, they might be similar or the same as each other I am thinking that they might be on the Camaro as well. Just a guess.
C6 wheels pretty much bolt right up to a 4th gen, don't they (based on the sticky in the Wheels and Tires forum)? Minus a little grinding on the inner hub, that is.

Edit: Although, I have not seen any 4th gens with GTO wheels....
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Edit: Although, I have not seen any 4th gens with GTO wheels....
I don't think it is possible. Not necessarily the bolt pattern, but the offset. I'd like to see what someone with more knowledge on the subject know about it.

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I am pretty certain the pattern will be the same as the G8. If so there should be plenty of wheel options for those who want something different. I beleive the pattern is the same as the 3 series BMW. If I am correct the pattern will be 5-120

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Old 08-03-2008, 06:43 PM   #6
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GTO wheels work on 4th gens just fine. You just need to dremel the hub a little bit. The guy who bought my original GTO wheels has them on his TA. Said it took all of 10 minutes to do for all 4 wheels.

The difference in bolt pattern is about the width of a hair. GTO's have been using 4th gen and Vette wheels for quite awhile.
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GTO wheels work on 4th gens just fine. You just need to dremel the hub a little bit. The guy who bought my original GTO wheels has them on his TA. Said it took all of 10 minutes to do for all 4 wheels.

The difference in bolt pattern is about the width of a hair. GTO's have been using 4th gen and Vette wheels for quite awhile.
Cool! What about the offset? Does it look weird?
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Cool! What about the offset? Does it look weird?
Fit wise, it wasn't bad at all. Look wise, I didn't like it. Of course I didn't like the stock 17" wheels on a GTO either.

Stock WS6 wheels fit perfectly on the back of the GTO. The offset is about as perfect as you can get. But you can't run them on the front as they will hit the strut assembly. I had pics of them on almost 4 years ago. Somebody did have 2 WS6 wheels narrowed an inch and it worked out great.

There are a few people that run 16" F-Body wheels without problems.
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