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Old 06-18-2013, 10:05 AM   #1
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Winter Wheel Question

I found a set of wheels I may try to purchase for use as a winter wheel with snow tires. They are 15" and I was wondering if they would fit my 2013 Titanium with handling package. The bolt pattern is the same but the offset is 42MM.

Here is a picture with a link to the info for wheels like the ones I am thinking about purchasing.





http://www.wheelsandcaps.com/p-19015...15x6-1475.aspx

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Old 06-18-2013, 10:16 AM   #2
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Yes 15's will fit. Offset wise that's only a few off (stock is 50). But don't rely on my little knowledge of offset.
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Might have to do some research to see if they will over the brakes. Does the Ti have the same brakes as the base S?
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15" wheels will clear the brakes and the ET42 will fit the car with no issues, especially with the Handling Package. I don't know what the hubcentric measurement is, but if you didn't get/need hubcentric rings you could mount them lugcentric. I also don't know if that's just a generic picture, but it looks like they are set up for lug bolts which obviously wouldn't work if so. I would call them to verify that information first.
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If you are looking for any old wheels to use for winter, have you checked out tirerack.com? They have some decent deals. Buy tires from them and they will even mount them for you.


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If you are looking for any old wheels to use for winter, have you checked out tirerack.com? They have some decent deals. Buy tires from them and they will even mount them for you.


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Not the same look, but I like spoke wheels better for winter, less snow gets caught up in them. $82/wheel comes with lugs and centering rings. Need tires, we absolutely will mount them for free for you before we ship so you can put them on yourself.

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