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PostSubject: Bolt Pattern, and Offset for Wagons   Thu Feb 25, 2016 2:08 pm

I know it seems I'm always asking what these are, but I really need to know now, as I want to purchase a set of wheels for some summer tires.  I did look at the "sticky'' above, and clicked on the one link, and I saw that the bolt pattern is 5x5, and the offset is 0-15 mm.  Is that correct?  The offset doesn't seem right.  That sounds like a FWD offset to me.  Plus, the website didn't ask if it was a wagon, and I thought that the wagon took a different wheel than the sedan.  Right?

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John
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PostSubject: Re: Bolt Pattern, and Offset for Wagons   Thu Feb 25, 2016 5:18 pm

Shopping for the Impala SS will net you more results/choices to choose from with no issues. Happy hunting.
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PostSubject: Re: Bolt Pattern, and Offset for Wagons   Sat Feb 27, 2016 1:27 pm

Low offset is certainly more common on RWD cars. Most FWD cars have higher offsets.

Your offset is a function of the width of the wheel and its backspacing. Wagons do not take different wheels than sedans.
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