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Pontiac GTA Wheels

Make sure when you cut the studs to put an open ended lug nut on then turned down below your mark so that when you take said lug nut off you chase the threads clean
I'm running 23mm all around, and I had to cut my factory studs about a quarter inch. My GTAs are the +16 offset all around (squared)


*Sorry best close up picture I have of the wheels
I'm running the MST adapters 19mm all around. You do you to cut the studs a bit but it's worth it to get at least a 205 on there. I rolled the rear fender a little and I went a touch lower since these pics.

Make sure when you cut the studs to put an open ended lug nut on then turned down below your mark so that when you take said lug nut off you chase the threads clean


I"ll have pics of mine up tomorrow. Just got done cutting the springs (2 coils front, 1.25 rear off of overloads. Purist cringe at that sentence, I'm sure.) 19mm spacers front and rear, and I have the 16mm offset front/0 offset rear set up with 205/50-16's on them. Trimmed the wheel studs down, which took about 5-10 minutes per wheel with a dremel and a metal cutting disc.
im running 0 offset on front with 20mm spacer and 16 offset rear with 2" spacer and 195/45 tire

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Just picked up a squared ET16 set for cheap. I have some restoring to do. PO decided to spray paint one wheel black and another white. Hopefully it shouldn't be too hard to remove it

Looks good.
Corey is the only one i know who has pulled off the 0's in front and 16's in rear.
I thought about the 0's all around but im working on my RC090's here soon so The gta's are going away.
bumping an old thread.

my GTA's look like they're 0 offset squared.

I'm not interested in trimming studs, or rolling fenders.
is this still possible?

In my experience, 20mm adapters requires thread removal from the studs. They are not zero offset squares unless you buy all four in the zero offset. You will have to roll fenders for the rear and it would be wise to roll the fronts dependent upon your height.

Stretch some 145s and you'll be fine.

Straight OEM and new for less than $200 per wheel.

Or of course you could bolt up some bent up CL take-off crap and blame the vibration on your cheap spacers.