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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Wondering if anyone has ever tried to install the Camaro SS rims from a 2017 model on a 2010-2015 Terrain? Seen plenty of posts for the 2010 version.

My current factory wheels are 17x7.5 with 45mm offset.

2017 Camaro SS wheels are 20x8.5 with a 25mm offset (F) and 20x9.5 with a 39mm offset (R).

1010tires.com shows fronts to be 7mm further from the strut and stick out 33mm further. That's about 1/4" more gap to the strut and 1.3" further out.

Rears would be 26mm closer to the strut and stick out 38mm more. Or 1" closer to the strut and stick out 1.5" from original. Pretty sure the rears would be an issue for the strut, so maybe a square setup could work nicely?

Got folks selling sets locally for $200 and $300 for all 4 rims and I love this style way more than the 2010 ones.
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Specs to me for 2014 and 2017 Camaro look the same to me, and I am running 2014 on my 2010
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Specs to me for 2014 and 2017 Camaro look the same to me, and I am running 2014 on my 2010
So you're running the rears as well? Got some pics?
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20x9 and 20x10
Lowered 3 inches


Never a rub and any issue
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I didn't want to run staggered sizes so that I could rotate tires. I went with replicas from https://www.oewheelsllc.com in 20x8 all the way around. If you don't want staggered sizes either, I'd buy 2 complete sets and then unload the extra rims on eBay or go the replica route.

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I ran them with no issues.

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Preferably would run a square setup so I can rotate tires. This being a daily driver and not something I NEED, I'd at least like to get the most life out of them. I'm actually still on the fence about even spending the money on a new wheel/tire package for this car. I've been down this modification road many times in the past and concerned this will lead to the desire to lower the car to enhance the wheels. Ugh, I wish I had a cheaper hobby...Haha
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Here is a pic of car


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So you're running the rears as well? Got some pics?
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Wondering if anyone has ever tried to install the Camaro SS rims from a 2017 model on a 2010-2015 Terrain? Seen plenty of posts for the 2010 version.

My current factory wheels are 17x7.5 with 45mm offset.

2017 Camaro SS wheels are 20x8.5 with a 25mm offset (F) and 20x9.5 with a 39mm offset (R).

1010tires.com shows fronts to be 7mm further from the strut and stick out 33mm further. That's about 1/4" more gap to the strut and 1.3" further out.

Rears would be 26mm closer to the strut and stick out 38mm more. Or 1" closer to the strut and stick out 1.5" from original. Pretty sure the rears would be an issue for the strut, so maybe a square setup could work nicely?

Got folks selling sets locally for $200 and $300 for all 4 rims and I love this style way more than the 2010 ones.
I want those wheels. No one around here is selling them that cheap. Best I saw was $300 a wheel.

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20x9 and 20x10
Lowered 3 inches


Never a rub and any issue
Nice, where did you get the 3” lowering kit? Definitely on my futures mod list
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$300 a WHEEL?
WOW, I got mine for $350 for the set


So Calif, they are always selling for $300-500 for a set



I want to switch to this color set


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I want those wheels. No one around here is selling them that cheap. Best I saw was $300 a wheel.
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