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Old 12-06-2005, 11:46 PM   #1
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What size are the Bonneville crosslace wheels? The gold or silver with the small lip, 92-94 I think. I have a set of 16x8 from a GTP. They must have a different offset than the Bonneville wheels. I know the Bonne wheels don't fit the W-body, but the GTP wheels look AWESOME on the Bonne. They offset just to the lip of the wheel wells. They also accomodate a 245/50 or 255/50 quite nicely!

I'll post some pics when I get them mounted.
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the GP Crosslace are 16x8 like u mentioned

the Bonne Crosslace are 16X7 and were available in the years 92-99
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thanks!
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Right now I have a set of 6.5" hi-po 5-spoke GTP wheels on it. I had two bent rims and no money to buy tires, so I stuck this set on with so-so tires on it. I had them on my wifes Montana with a little taller 235/60/16. I think they look awesome (from the side) better than the 99 hi-po "turbo" fin Bonne wheels even. But the offset is set in slighty from the 7" Bonne wheels and it looks even narrower from front or behind.

Since I really like the look of these wheels, I think I'm going to find a set of the 94-96 GP hi-po 5-spokes. They are 7", like the Bonne wheels, but have that wide (88-96) GP offset. They won't stick out quite as much as the 8" crosslace (they were borderline NASCAR-looking), but still be wider-looking than the stock 7"ers. Heres a pic of the ones on there now.
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Hey....where'* the pics of the 16X8'*??????

I have been waiting for these pics since December. :(
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