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Old 03-14-2013, 06:56 PM
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I have really been wanting to purchase some corvette wheels to add to my blazer. I notice they come in a variety of sizes. I was thinking of maybe some 1810, but I am wondering if they will grind? I didnt think you could put a ten inch rim on the front. IF anyone knows of the size wheel and tire to get please post and thanks for reading!
 
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It depends entirely on what year Corvette your looking for. C5 and older used the same lug pattern as ours (5x4.75), but newer generations use a 5x120mm which is close, but slightly different. I'm currently running Camaro SS rims (same as C5) that are 17x9 and they are very hard to fit because they have 6.8" backspacing. Check out the last 2 pages of my build thread to see details, but basically I'm running spacers on the front, 4" of lift, cut about 2.5" out of the front fenders, and a ZR2 rear axle and am still rubbing on the frame in the front and really close to rubbing the body in the rear.
 
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