That pic proves NOTHING. Hell I could go take a pic of my buddies 5 bolt 14" rims and say they fit.god+1 said:
You have to grind the calipers just a little bit to fit 15s, he just asked for a pic of the wheels. Let me find a pic of them on the Cobalt.XeroState said:That pic proves NOTHING. Hell I could go take a pic of my buddies 5 bolt 14" rims and say they fit.
I am personally running 16" for my winter tires and you can't fit a pen between the caliper and the rim, you wanna run 15", you gotta modify your brake calipers. [front only]
You just proved us right, you HAVE to grind the calipers, therefor they DON'T fit unless you modify your calipers...as we have said.god+1 said:
:shrug03:XeroState said:You just proved us right, you HAVE to grind the calipers, therefor they DON'T fit unless you modify your calipers...as we have said.
god+1 said:15" slicks and DRs>>> 16" slicks and DRs
Why not just call John at M&Htires.com , he is local and one of the greatest guys you will ever speak to.NoRemorse said:he is right people, more sidewall, USUALLY means more traction. I am going to be working with a racing tire comapny soon here to try to get my power to the ground, I'll let ya know what we come up with.
Its the same way I run a 2.5" pulley. A little modification. I will say M&H has great customer service, I lived in Michigan and was nothing but pleased with them. The first night I went to the track John had me call him after every run to try and dial things in. Good company to deal with. I know god+1 knows the guys there too.NoRemorse said:lol, if you have to modify the vehicle in any way, IMHO they do not hit.