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Old 05-08-2006, 07:06 PM   #21
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Oops, not fast enough.
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My co-worker'* Chrysler minivan had the swoopy silvers.

But, note that the common Chrysler product has the "X" look at the rim and the Bonnevilles all have the "Y" look at the rim. The set he purchased have the "X" look...
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I was going to say the same thing Geoff said (Chrysler vans had those style rims). They don't look as nice as any GM crosslace I've seen.
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I think they actually are trans am rims. But for the FRONT. The rears are wider on those cars, therefore that would explain why the lip is deeper before it meets the lace.
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After a quick search, Chrysler minivan wheels don't match.
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TA:


Looking on cardomain, I've excluded TA as the origin of these wheels.
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Toolgirl picked up 4 ghetto golds off of ebay for me. I needed center caps, but the hole for the caps measures 3". I don't remember running into any center caps that size. Plus a close look at the crosslace design..... it doesn't quite look like the ones I have seen on your cars.

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Heres the thing. Do they fit? if so who care. They look better than the OEM pontiac golds to me.
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Are they early 90'* GP wheels?
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Toolgirl picked up 4 ghetto golds off of ebay for me. I needed center caps, but the hole for the caps measures 3". I don't remember running into any center caps that size. Plus a close look at the crosslace design..... it doesn't quite look like the ones I have seen on your cars.

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Heres the thing. Do they fit? if so who care. They look better than the OEM pontiac golds to me.
For curiosity, I have some time tomorrow to see if they fit. The offset is a main issue. And even if they fit, Bonne center caps won't fit. i would have to come up with caps that have 3" clips. I wouldn't make a fuss if they had some identifyable markings of a good aftermarket wheel company. Without some guarantee of engineering, they ar still a crapshoot in the long term.
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Maybe they are Beretta wheels, I saw one with black crosslace today, probably came in gold too.
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