Re: Wheels for 2001
The bolt circle is the same - 5 x 4.75", but the offset/backspace may be a problem.
I'm pretty sure the C3 Corvettes run 0 offset wheels. A 4th Gen F-Body requires a wheel with up to 50mm (~2") of offset, depending on the wheel width. If the 17 wheels being used on the Corvette are 0 offset, they are going to stick out beyond the fenders on your car, again depending on wheel width.
If you could get the EXACT 17" wheel size, including the width, and the offset (or backspace), we could answer the question.
The front tires are too small. The 245/40-17 is a 24.7" tire. 4th Gens run 25.7" or 26.1" tires. The rear 295/40-17 is an odd size (I've never found anyone that makes it in anything other than a competition tire) but it is a 26.3" tire, which would work on a 4th Gen.
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