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Old 02-13-2007, 01:33 AM   #1
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hi i am shopping for rims for my 1988 bonnie sse and i need to no what will fit.
what is a good size rim 17'' or 18'' i want rims but still want it to handle good.?
and i also need to no what else fits a 5 x 115 bolt patten. i think thats my size.?
any information would really help thanks . pics will come soon with the new paint and custom bra with ventshades on the windows and my homemade custom taillights with my system.. thanks for the help..
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i know that anything of a bonneville will fit on it, and i believe it is 5x115. not sure what will rub or not since i believe you either have 15 or 16 inch rims on it now so judge by that i would say, but ive never put any after market rims on my car so maybe some of the other members will chime in and assist with your questions more thorughly
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I've got some for sale. They were only used for a week before I changed my mind. They are the polished aluminum 5x115 pattern 17".



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Jared...what rims are on your car now then? stockers?
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yes i have the stockers. there painted all white to match the car..my stock rims are 16'' and to the member with the 17'' polished aluminum rims i want to no how much are you asking and where are you located.. thanks.. john. very interested in buying some rims..
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Jared...what rims are on your car now then? stockers?
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Any of GM'* large cars, will fit that bolt pattern. Anything GM FWD, not the RWD ones.

Most of Cadillacs, FWD right to 2005? 2006? will fit. As long as it has the 5 by 115 mm bolt pattern.

One thing though. You sure you wanna put 17'* on? Some guys have said it was not worth it, as it might've been stiffer on rough roads, etc. I suppose it all depends where you live. I'm putting 16'* on my lesabre soon.
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my stocks are 16'' and 17'' should be fine i was told
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You can fit 18s on your car if you wanted to, its the tires that determine if the wheels/tire combo will fit. 17 inch wheels/tires could make your car handle a bit better, at the cost of a firmer ride due to less rubber on the rim. Personally I would go with 17'* just for the looks. I have 16'* now and I wish they were 17'* but It all comes down to how much do you want to spend.
Those polished rims are beautiful!
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Nobody else may say it, but I've been running Ford 5x114.3s for over 10k miles and no issues at all. It doesn't hurt the studs or anything, and they stay "hub centric"
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