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The VE Commodore Wheel Fitment Guide**UNDER CONSTRUCTION**

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Grennan, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Liam85

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    Back has been lowered. Front is stock height for a VF but isn't to bad. May lower it slightly more. Back sits just above the wheel so would be good clearance. Love some poke. Used to have an fg xr6 turbo running 10.5s. Great poke! Haha
     
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    That's alright then because those fronts will just clear the strut but will poke without a roll. Rears are fine, I have seen 19x10s 20P alround on a G8
     
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    anyone running 11's on the rear? tossing up between 10's all round, or 10" up front and 11" rear.
     
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    Thread dig time. So I have some LEXANI LSS55 4 20x10, 2 40 offset and 2 35 offset. I put them on my 09 SSV then back off as I was worried about the tiny poke past the front guard. It's like a whole mm, nothing drastic but still had me worried with the cops around here. Small town, small mentality cops with nothing to do but bust cars for minor things. According to this thread, the 35 is fine on the front, correct?

    Really hope so, I love these wheels!
     
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    20x10 35P is needed to clear the strut. A 20x10 40P rim will hit the inside of the rim/tyre on the struts. The 20x10 35P should tuck but if not and you really worried about a few kilometres, get a slight guard roll to fix any concerns.
     
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    Yeah I'll put the 40 on the rear and get the front pulled for the 35, only worry is are they legal once under the guard? Would it affect track too much legally?
     
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    Once the wheels are on get a mate to help you measure the track. It's meant to be centre to centre of the wheels but an easier way to measure them is to, hold the tape measure on the inside of one wheel while on the other side take the measurement on the outside of the wheel. HSV pentagons are 20x8.5 36P so really the track should be the same.
     
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    Just wanted to add my fitment to assist with the info...

    Koya SF06

    Front: 20 x 9 +35 running 245/35
    Rear: 20 x 10 +45 running 275/30

    Had the rear guards "ground / trimmed" instead of rolled as I didn't want to risk damaging paint (as this is common on wagons). This does not give as much clearance as rolling but it has not scrubbed once and I've purposely hit some big bumps at speed trying to make it hit and it doesn't.

    Running Bilstein B8's and King KHFL-150SSL (Super Low) and KHRL-152SSLHD (Ultra Low).

    370mm HTG in the front and 350mm HTG in the rear.

    Will clear front AND rear Brembos no worries! PLENTY of clearance.


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    Hi i just got a set of 22,s and put them on the front of my ve and they seem to just fit i can fully turn the wheels they are about half a centremetre off my springs but i jumped up and down on my bonnet and i dont seem to hit will they hit and take a chunk out or will they be ok does anyone know?also will i need a spacer they fit on the front without one already but they were only on the car and the wheel turned i never drove with them on..
     
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    Not sure of offset
    Guards req rolling and some grinding :)
     

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    Hey man, did you find out if they fit at all or not?
     
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    yep, they fit...

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    **** that looks good
     
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    Phatttttt! Offsets?
     
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    20x10 +32
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    So 20x10s with 32P offsets fitted up front and within the guards with normal -0.5 camber? Have you roll the front guards?? What struts??? as normally 10's will hit the stock struts.
     
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    Just noticed this thread so deleted the other one I posted and copied here.......

    Hi guys, new here & to commodores but not new to modding cars.

    Just after some info on if/how much I may need to roll the guards to get the wheels to fit.

    The rears are 19x10 +40 with some decent dish but I have big brakes so will need to run a 12mm spacer to get them to fit (Have 12mm hubcentrics and long 79mm race studs to fit also)

    With the spacers the offset will be +28 which I know is pretty aggressive, question is will they fit with some guard rolling or cutting of the lip? Or will the guards need to be massaged out slightly?

    Want to run the widest tyre I can also but highly doubt I'd get away with more then a 275/40.

    Car is an 09 SS Ute if it makes a difference.

    Cheers
     
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    Generally its 10" 40-55 Majority are 45, also 20x10 +60 with a 295/30-20 tucked and did not rub! that fits. So your 19x10 28p is stance territory. with a minor guard roll and a 245 stretched tyre it will fit easy but no 275s in your future with those wheels specs. Also if you have HSV rear brakes only a 8mm spacer is required. I have 20x9.5 28P rims on my car with HSV brakes
     
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    my front guards are rolled. it probably stuck out 1-2mm, 10 +35 would have been better.

    however anything under about 10 +35 will hit the stock strut.
    had the 10 +32 on both my VE's, one has stock struts, the other has modified stock struts.

    doubt you will even get a 275 on there, probably a 255/40R19 at the most.
    i had 275/35R20's on 20x11 +43 and that was pushing the friendship.

    you'll need the guards rolled and bumper bracket heavily trimmed for the 255.

    it very much depends on the rim shape. given that is is dished, i'd hazard a guess that the spokes curve back in and that will cause the problem.

    i've got 2 rims the same width and offset, except one is concave and the other is deep concave. concave will clear the brakes, but deep concave wont.
     
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    Long studs are in & I tried it with the spacers, clears the calipers by a bees dick but looks ridiculously Mexican, lot of camber, stretch and a guard roll would make it work but I'm no fan of hella flush.

    So instead I'm looking at a set of Koya SF04's

    Anyone know what size & offset (and tyre size) this thing is running? Replicating that is pretty much what I'm after.

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