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I really want to get a pair of Konig Unknowns for the Cobalt since they're the only ones that catch my eye anymore, ever since I saw someone's G6 at work with a set.

The problem is I'm very new to the whole "rims" thing and I only vaguely understand the sizes. I don't know if I should get them in 17's or 18's but either way when I looked them up the descriptions say they're "dual drilled" and they have the same rims for the same price with different model numbers?

I'm hoping someone with a little know-how can point me in the right direction on where to get them and what size to get. :)
 

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well id stick with 17's if i were you with 215/45/17 tires (just my preference). then they are dual drilled meaning they are either 5x100/144.3 or 4x100/1xx

if you are 5 bolt you obviously want the 5 bolt ones.. if 4 bolt then the 4 bolt
 

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I'm 4 lug and when they're dual drilled which one do I get, or can I get either and it won't matter? I'm pretty confused on how the dual drilled thing would fit with 2 different sizes...

sorry for being such a noob haha
 

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dual drilled means that there are two bolt patterns on one rim.. as long as they say they fit 4x100 dont worry about the fact they are dual drilled.
 

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I appreciate it I was pretty confused about that haha now my biggest concern is what tires to put on them :confused:
 

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I would go for the 17's to because I tried 18's on my balt and I fount it very rough on the road. personnaly I preffer larger tires, on my stock 16' rims I put 225/50/r16 so I wouldn't go with something smaller then that.
 
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