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2008 - 2012
Cadillac STS GM Sigma ll Saloon

Saloon

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2004 - 2007
Cadillac STS GM Sigma I Saloon

Saloon


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    • Created: 5 years, 2 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: 5 years, 2 months ago
      • By John

      Hi,Anthony,yes,it can fit for.

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      • Created: 4 years, 5 months 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: 4 years, 5 months 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: 3 years, 10 months 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: 3 years, 10 months 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: 3 years, 10 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: 3 years, 10 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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