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Can you put 17x75 rims on your 85 gslse with out them sticking out the fender wells?

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2010-01-02 03:42:17
2010-01-02 03:42:17
AnswerYou're dumb.

if you use rims without the correct offset, sure . the problem then is how long the wheel bearings will last. i ran 13x7's on my 84 gsl. 17's might prove to be too tall ,and would probably raise the ride height. most peoplewent with 15x7's without any problems

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