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We are working with Verde to make perfect fitment available for SS owners. Generally their 20x9 is +35 and 20x10.5 rears are +42. Fronts at +35 are fine, but we really want rears to to be around +49 ~ +54 for perfect fitment, and specially if you're lowered or want to run 295/30-20.

Complete wheel-Tire packages with 255/35, 285/30 start at $2076 - with 255/35, 295/30 starts at $2294.

Complete packages include:
- Custom Machining rears
- original GM TPMS sensors
- Touch-less Mounting
- High Speed Road-Force Balaning
- Gorilla Black OR Chrome 14x1.5 Lugs w/Key
- Shipped within US


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Pics are from Member Arcticws6. His rears are +42





 

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So is the +54 10.5" wheel in stock now?
 

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Can you get them in 19's?

These are made in 19x8.5 +30, 19x9.5 +38. I would need to confirm caliper clearance and whether they have blanks that can be machined to higher offset. Will get info Monday.


What is the weight?
I will ask and post, but these wheels are on lighter side, and will be lighter in higher offset.


So is the +54 10.5" wheel in stock now?

Yes, blanks that can be machined to +54 are available.
 

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Can you choose tires type for package?
Yes, we carry all tire brands, so just let us know what you prefer.


Are these gravity cast?
Just trying to compare them to VMR quality wise.
These are Low Pressure Casting
 

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These are made in 19x8.5 +30, 19x9.5 +38. I would need to confirm caliper clearance and whether they have blanks that can be machined to higher offset. Will get info Monday.




I will ask and post, but these wheels are on lighter side, and will be lighter in higher offset.





Yes, blanks that can be machined to +54 are available.


with a 295 or a 305 rear, does the lip still need to be rolled with a +54 offset?
 

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with a 295 or a 305 rear, does the lip still need to be rolled with a +54 offset?
No need to roll with 295. With 305, perhaps; depending if tire runs wide.
 

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Interesting...does the 295 and the strut hit or is it close? I am not lowered and am not planning on it, but, you never know. would like to put a 255/305
 

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I'd be interested in the same

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Interesting...does the 295 and the strut hit or is it close? I am not lowered and am not planning on it, but, you never know. would like to put a 255/305
If lowering it, you will need to roll fenders to run a 305.
 
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