The adapter bolts on the hub, then the wheel bolts on the adapter.Ok, I'm a novice when it comes to wheel fitment. Where do the adapters go and what is "offset"? Should I just "bag "the idea altogether? I want a little more sizzle from my wheels than the stock ones. I like the blades a lot and hoped they'd fit. I appreciate the help!
Scroll through my page here and you can see them on the 1985 car...albeit the car is smashed (these wheels were not on the car when it got hammered, the ZR1 wheels were). Also, this car looks newer than it is because the body panels are all 91 and up, so don't let that confuse you.Yeah, I like 'em. It would depend on the condition. I just wanted to make sure they would even work/fit on the car before making any decisions. Do I have to be concerned of right or left side, front or rear sizing (directional or not)? I've noticed that some rims have to go either on one side of the car or the other and the same for the front/back.