New 17x9 Year One 5 Spoke Rally Wheels (Z28 Wheels) and soon N90s

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by YearOne, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. yoitztune96

    yoitztune96 Member

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    I probably missed this somewhere in this.. But will these fit a stock 79 Z28? Ive got the original 15's in black right now but I want 17's and just ran into these year ones. Any pictures? Rubbing?
     
  2. jjkirschen

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    Wheel / tire fitment

    No rubbing with recommended sizes for tires in a stock 79 Z.
    No spacers added or needed either.
    Ive had mine on the car for a year now and love them.
     
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  3. The T-man

    The T-man New Member

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    FZ-28's where did you buy yours?
    I want the 4.5 backspacing but Year One says 4.25?
     
  4. The T-man

    The T-man New Member

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    RR <<<

    Same question, where can I source 8" with 5" BS?
    anyone know ?
     
  5. ratpatrol71z28

    ratpatrol71z28 Veteran Member

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    So does anyone know if Yearone still offers the polished aluminum style?
     
  6. Randy 81

    Randy 81 Veteran Member

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    Not anymore.
     
  7. jlsug

    jlsug Veteran Member

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  8. ratpatrol71z28

    ratpatrol71z28 Veteran Member

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    Do you know why they stopped it?

    Jlsug it looks like those are the normal painted ones. They have a polished style like the ones on the 21 Jump Street car.
     
  9. ChevyReb

    ChevyReb Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    from post #524 above

    Nice car & Pic's! :bowtie:
     
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  10. Randy 81

    Randy 81 Veteran Member

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    My understanding is that not enough sold, so the stopped making them.
     

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