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4th gen torque thrust 2s on 3rd gen camaro adapter

I just got a set of torque thrust 2 wheels from a 4th generation camaro. I know they are 17x9.5s but im not for sure on the backspacing. Iv been told to run these on my 3rd generation camaro I can use 1.75" adapter up front and 2" or 2.25" out back. I was thinking about just going 2" all around and if i do need the extra .25" in the rear i can just use a spacer. Judging by the looks though it appears im going to need an even bigger spacer up front. Does anybody have any experience with putting these wheels on a 3rd gen?

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I just got a set of torque thrust 2 wheels from a 4th generation camaro. I know they are 17x9.5s but im not for sure on the backspacing. Iv been told to run these on my 3rd generation camaro I can use 1.75" adapter up front and 2" or 2.25" out back. I was thinking about just going 2" all around and if i do need the extra .25" in the rear i can just use a spacer. Judging by the looks though it appears im going to need an even bigger spacer up front. Does anybody have any experience with putting these wheels on a 3rd gen?
I am not absolutly sure on those wheels. You might want to go to thidrgen.org and search the tire and wheels section. I am sure I saw something there about that at one time.
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