> The Camaro wheels will not fit. Try impalassforum.com. The
> Impala SS,
> Caprice, & Roadmaster share the same parts. Someone there can
> tell you what
> else will work.
> > Peter wrote:
> > >>
> > >>Are there any european made cars thas share
> the same bolt and offset
> > >>dimensions?
> > Unfortunately, I don't think so. For most GM RWD
> applications, there
> > was two sets of bolt patterns - IIRC 4.75" and 5" spacing.
> I believe
> > your car is the 4.75 which is common with most of the RWD
> cars except
> > wagons. Unfortunately (again) used Camaros and Corvettes
> are probably
> > not that common over there and I'd say otherwise it's pretty
> much a GM
> > of North America pre-80's car type bolt pattern.
> > Even if the bolt pattern matches, you still have to worry
> about offset.
> > You'd probably be best off getting a set of cheap steel
> wheels from a
> > tire place. (They're available in Canada for about $40.)
> > Or look on Ebay. Seriously - take one of your wheels off and
> measure the
> > bolt pattern and backspacing - you might find a nice used
> set of stock
> > Camaro 15" wheels that match up.
> > Ray
You can go to about any tire site and see what wheels will fit your
car. Most will tell you the bolt pattern and everything you need to
know. Try discount tires, the will even tell you how to oversize and
keep your speedometer fairly close. http://www.discounttire.com /
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