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Will z06 rims fit

I wanted to put the black z06 rims on my black 05 goat.I've heard the lug pattern does'nt match up.Does anyone know if this is true?
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I wanted to put the black z06 rims on my black 05 goat.I've heard the lug pattern does'nt match up.Does anyone know if this is true?
I don't think so but I'm not sure. If you go to the Tire Rack or Discount Tires website and select the wheels for a Z06 it will show you the bolt pattern for the wheel. Hope this helps!

And if you didn't know the bolt pattern for the goat is 5X120.

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I've seen other people try to bolt Corvette wheels on GTOs. Doesn't work. The rear Corvette wheels don't fit at all. The fronts do -- but they stick out of the wheel wells by about an inch. Nice idea, though, just isn't feasible. Kinda wish the 5-spoke WS6 wheels from 2000 fit on the GTO as they look pretty good, too.
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Thanks for your help.I guess I'll start looking at different rims.
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I've seen other people try to bolt Corvette wheels on GTOs. Doesn't work. The rear Corvette wheels don't fit at all. The fronts do -- but they stick out of the wheel wells by about an inch. Nice idea, though, just isn't feasible. Kinda wish the 5-spoke WS6 wheels from 2000 fit on the GTO as they look pretty good, too.
5 spoke WS-6 wheels fit on the back only, tried it and they BARELY fit..... fronts are too damn wide..
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All of the above mentioned rims are the wrong bolt pattern at 5x120.65 (GTO is 5x120), so offset and width are not the only issues.

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All of the above mentioned rims are the wrong bolt pattern, so offset is not the only issue.
.....true, btw what's up with your avatar??
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The C5 Z06 wheels are awesome. Rears are WAY to wide and fronts are just too wide. I sent an email to OE Concepts that makes Z06 knockoffs. I asked if they had bolt patterns, width and offset that would fit the GTO and to my surprise they said yes. I have yet to actually check it out, but if you have a local distributor you are golden.
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Thanks for the help bomber.I will look in to that.
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