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No, why the hell would you want heavy 19's anyways. They're the right bolt pattern, did you pick up that SS/TC sedan?
 

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18's are your best bet for the Cobalts - that's why the SS/TC came with 18's.
 

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Wait if you have no car what are you driving?
nothing, i sold my car in joy.... and once i sold it ive been happy, no $400 insurance payments... or anything like that, although i do miss driving,i dont NEED to drive everywhere, im happy enough taking the bus to college, or using my bike. but i am looking forward to getting a SS TC in the future.

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He's Canadian. Canadians always make do.

Check tirerack, just put in your Make, Model, Year and Trim and it'll give you everything they have that'll fit your car including plus sizes. 18s would be the best looking, 17s will do well also and be cheaper/lighter.
exactly! :D

darn ok, was hoping to run these fancy wheels :( but if they wont work, thats too bad.
 

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Yup, full coverage on my cruze is $80/month and that's with $40k coverage and free replacement.


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It's because even insurance companies love the cruze.


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