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Old 06-18-2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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I'm wondering if a bolt pattern on an F body (Camaro or Firebird) is the same as a 2000 SSEi? Reason I ask is a set of rims and tires are posted in a store for sale board and it says they will fit the f-body, but he says the bolt pattern is 5x110mm. Is that correct? I know the bonnie is 5x115mm but I'm wondering if his specs are off or not.

They are Corvette knock offs and look sweet if they would only fit my car.
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well even if the bolt pattern is the same i HIGHLY doubt that the offset would be even close
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the answer is No.
f bodies are 5 x 120.7
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Thanks Jim.........answered and done! Guess I'll look elsewhere........
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the answer is No.
f bodies are 5 x 120.7
Well after some searching youre right, but I have a compact spare tire that I was told came from a Firebird. It fits my Intrigue just fine, although Ive never driven on it. But I have put it on before.

Weird stuff.



EDIT:
According to GMPD a 2000 Firebird uses the same brake rotors as a 2000 Bonneville SSEi, how could they use the same rotors but be a different bolt pattern? I agree that the offset would probably be way off, but according to that, I think the bolt pattern is the same.
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