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No wheel info. Screen grab from a YT vid that was recently posted from Russia. BTW, passenger side sensor is probably history.

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I believe I found the wheels, Lexani, Forged Luxury Series, LF-772, 20х8.5 5х110 ЕТ25

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https://www.drive2.com/l/537400877678330021/

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Saw maybe four wheels I liked in all of those, but still like the Q9Y twin spoke the best. Elegant and simple. I prefer the version for the Solstice (parallel spokes) rather than the Skys (splayed spokes).
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Don't know if factory rims don't think so but seen like 1 or 2 with same rims so big and really wide 1 tire cost me $190 for LR wheel.
275/40ZR18/95W never had tires so big.
Are these option rims package.
I could sware I had 19 on back and 18 on front. When i get car back have to check.
Did they come with 19 and 18 inchs?
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Those are NOT factory rims or the ADI (Accessory Dealer Installed) rims. Stock rims were 18" all around.



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Ok thank you very much but think i was on kbb and option was a 19 inch wheel package that came with car so was just wondering. Tyvm This is optional on car it says.
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Those are NOT factory rims or the ADI (Accessory Dealer Installed) rims. Stock rims were 18" all around.

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When I get my car back from shop i am 75%.sure it says 19inch on door
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When I get my car back from shop i am 75%.sure it says 19inch on door
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When I get my car back from shop i am 75%.sure it says 19inch on door
In that case you would be 75% wrong. All the factory wheels were 18".

If you are so sure, why did you bother to ask?

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When I get my car back from shop i am 75%.sure it says 19inch on door
In that case you would be 75% wrong. All the factory wheels were 18".

If you are so sure, why did you bother to ask?

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Im a flake though 75 % in my book not that good. But wanted to know if anyone had or has the 19+ rims that is all. Cause if not factory someone did an awesome but expensive protect on this car. Psi on front 41 back is 35 that's the way they had it. But front can hold 51 psi and back 45 psi. I wounder why they are not filled to max psi is it a racing thing? One tire had 10psi and other had 30psi. Was so hard to tell do to there is like an inch of tire off ground. I think that is awful. I would like to be able to tell if I am getting flat or not.
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There is a formula, for figuring the correct tire pressure, somewhere on the forum, probably from quite a while ago. Use the advanced search to find it. GM recommends 29 psi for the stock tires.

The psi printed on the tires is the maximum safe tire pressure allowable, NOT the recommended tire pressure.



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There is a formula, for figuring the correct tire pressure, somewhere on the forum, probably from quite a while ago. Use the advanced search to find it. GM recommends 29 psi for the stock tires.

The psi printed on the tires is the maximum safe tire pressure allowable, NOT the recommended tire pressure.

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Ok thank you for clearing that up. But front tires think 18" and back is 19" both are so so wide. Had tire replaced at shop was $190 for a cheap one and they had to take to different shop to put tire on cause there machine was not equipped to handel such a tire. &#x1f606;. Gald they charged me $190 and a month later im losing air. They of course blame me. That's that. Now I will find a tire that is not prob a retread. Now can really buy new thats right new. I am getting tired of my.shop had my car for week so far for 2 hours worth of work thats nuts. And they charge $100 an hour normal but don't let me car sit there a week that is crazy.
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I believe I found the wheels, Lexani, Forged Luxury Series, LF-772, 20х8.5 5х110 ЕТ25

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https://www.drive2.com/l/537400877678330021/

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No wheel info. Screen grab from a YT vid that was recently posted from Russia. BTW, passenger side sensor is probably history.
They are hot rims real nice would not mind having &#x1f606;
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