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Old 10-07-2007, 05:58 PM
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S10 Other Rims

Does GM have any 16 or 17" rims that will work on a 2005 Jimmy. Can't leave anything stock.

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I've seen a lot with 3rd gen Camaro rims. I would suspect that 4th gen Camaro rims would work also...but I don't know for sure.
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Our Jimmy is the 4X4 version. I was thinking more in terms of the newer larger Trailblazers, They may be six lug. Not sure.
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Should have guessed four wheel drive since you are up in Canada. The Trailblazers are six lug...too bad because they've got some nice looking ones. Chevy Astro maybe?
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