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    • Created: 1 year, 6 months ago
    • By anthony

    I'm trying to figure out if an 06 Cadillac ...

    I'm trying to figure out if an 06 Cadillac STS While would fit on an 08 Cadillac
    STS both have 17" wheels

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      • Answered: 1 year, 6 months ago
      • By John

      Hi,Anthony,yes,it can fit for.

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      • Created: 9 months, 2 weeks ago
      • By Doyle Williford

      In the door post of my 2005 Cadillac STS, ...

      In the door post of my 2005 Cadillac STS, it says the front tires are 235/50/17 and the rear tires are 255/45/17. Your info only shows the 235. I was trying to find out if the rear rims were wider....and if I could run 275/40/17 tires on them.

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        • Answered: 9 months, 1 week ago
        • By Oleg

        Hi, Doyle Williford! Thanks for the information, we have updated the data. 275/40/17 bit low for use with OEM 235/50/17 - rear axle will lower then the front to 8mm. I can recommend you the use 17x8J with 245/45 at the front and 17x9.5 with 275/40 rear.

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          • Answered: 2 months, 1 week ago
          • By Mark

          Hi Oleg, I am a little lost trying to find this info. Would you be able to help me out. I have 17x8JX48 rims on my Caddy. Can I replace these with 17x8J48?

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            • Answered: 2 months, 1 week ago
            • By Oleg

            Hi, Mark! I think 17x8JX48 and 17x8J48 it's a same. Any rims 17" diameter with 7.5J-8.5J width and with offset in the 45-55mm range will work well. Dont forget about bolt pattern 5x115 and hub bore 70.3. I hope the information will be useful.

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              • Answered: 2 months ago
              • By Mark

              Thanks Oleg, I am fairly confident the rims will work. I am more curious on the difference in the rim number and what the J and JX mean.

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                • Answered: 2 months ago
                • By Oleg

                I think 17x8JX48 just incorrect entry. J, JJ, K, JK - rim contour designations, It determines where the balancing weights attached - on the front of the rim or inside rim on the glue. Almost all modern cars use J and JJ rims, don't heard about JX contour. Any way it is more aesthetic parameter and does not require much attention.

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