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    Want to change rims on 91 Lumina. What stock GM OEM rims fit?

    I was just given my father's 1991 Chev Lumina 4 door. It only has 50K on it. It was definately the "old man" car. It was his baby with that weekly wash and wax.

    Anyway, the rims are steel 14" rims.

    I would like to put on a 15 or 16 inch rim.

    I don't want to put on aftermarket fancy rims. Just something OEM from GM.

    I'm not sure what will fit thou????

    A few questions:

    1) Will any "W body" car rim fit on this Lumina?
    2) Do you think a 16" rim will fit in there?
    3) Any suggestions as to what rim might look good on it? (ie: Monte Carlo, Regal, etc)

    Thank you

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    Grand Prix X-Laces look pretty good on a 91 4-Door Lumina if I do say so myself



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    any 1st/1.5 gen W wheels will fit and have proper offset(the x-laces are a bit too wide though?).
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    mine lol

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    What they said. I'm a fan of the 98-99 Monte Carlo/Lumina 5 spokes

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    do you have any spare center caps for those, matt? ...even though you dont have that car anymore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mra32 View Post
    do you have any spare center caps for those, matt? ...even though you dont have that car anymore?
    I saw your thread about the j/y wheels you picked up, and thought to myself, "damn...if I still had either set of center caps I'd totally give them to him." Haha. I had both the red bowtie and silver bowtie versions, but one went with the car and the other I sold after the car left.
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    WILL THESE FIT?

    A WRECKER HAS A SET OF 4 OF THESE IN MINT SHAPE ON A GRAND PRIX. I don't know the year but the 4th digit of the vin has a "W"

    They aren't polished but are 16" and come with rubber in great shape. He wants $300 for everything?


    too much????? or good deal?

    will they fit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertISaar View Post
    any 1st/1.5 gen W wheels will fit and have proper offset(the x-laces are a bit too wide though?).

    WILL THESE FIT?

    A WRECKER HAS A SET OF 4 OF THESE IN MINT SHAPE ON A GRAND PRIX. I don't know the year but the 4th digit of the vin has a "W"

    They aren't polished but are 16" and come with rubber in great shape. He wants $300 for everything?


    too much????? or good deal?

    will they fit ?


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    The backspacing is wrong, so no. Not without spacers.
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    Hmmmmm,

    Is it a big deal to put in a spacer? Are they expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by csrMark View Post
    Hmmmmm,

    Is it a big deal to put in a spacer? Are they expensive?
    They're actually pretty inexpensive. Just pull the wheel off, and slide the space on the studs, then put the wheel back. If you go with really wide spacers though, you'll need either longer studs, or bolt-on pieces.

    I plan to run some small spacers when I get new wheels, they're a quick and handy fix for poor offsets.
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    imma throw my rims out there, because they are luminas and deserve to be looked at!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuminaPower92 View Post
    imma throw my rims out there, because they are luminas and deserve to be looked at!!!!!!

    Both look great.

    What are those rims off of originally?

    My car is blue and 4 door. There is a story to it. It was left to me. Car was my father's. Washed weekly. Low miles and absolutley mint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 95GPSE View Post
    The backspacing is wrong, so no. Not without spacers.
    How much of a spacer would I need?

    I don't mind putting in a small spacer but i don't want to get into changing to longer studs, etc.

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