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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-30-2010, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Hi Im looking into ordering some Enkei FD-05 Wheels...does anyone know if these will fit on a 2006 cobalt LS?? I went to one place and they say the center piece where the wheel slides on is too big (or small, can't remember) for the wheel to fit on...but when I call 1010tires.com they say it will have no problem...anyone have a problem like this with other wheels that they were looking at?

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if you have an ls those won't fit because they're a 5 lug. the LS and LT use a 4x100 pattern so only 4 lug rims will work



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That's not the issue they come in 4 bolt aswell already comfirmed that at both places, just something about the center of the rim being too small/big
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Ok what you need are hub rings. they are plastic inserts for aftermarket wheels to shrink the wheel hub to fit the hub of the car. and you are correct about they do come in 4x100. if you can order them from
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Hmm well I talked to my dealer again and he said that his distributor said that the wheel hub on the cobalt is too big for this rim...so even the insert wouldn't work..but now im looking at these rims, what do you guys think??

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