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anyone have these on an 80? I saw a picture of them on one online but when I looked up the compatibility the online store said they're not a fit for a 1997 LC.

another possibly dumb question. I have some fairly new Geolandar tires on my stock rims, if these wheels do fit and I get a set, will the stock size tire fit on them? The stock rim is 16x8 but the fifteen52's come 16x7.5?

my tires are 275/70R16

thanks.

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I've been using them for my winter set (17x8.5). Black Friday sale was 4 for the price of 3. They fit no problem, but you will need narrow profile lug nuts. I used the extended Gorilla nuts.
 
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I've been using them for my winter set (17x8.5). Black Friday sale was 4 for the price of 3. They fit no problem, but you will need narrow profile lug nuts. I used the extended Gorilla nuts.
thanks. dang that was a solid deal.

if I'm using the 16x7.5 then maybe the stock lugnuts should be ok?
 
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I've been using them for my winter set (17x8.5). Black Friday sale was 4 for the price of 3. They fit no problem, but you will need narrow profile lug nuts. I used the extended Gorilla nuts.
nevermind, narrow profile is not shorter, I think I misunderstood.
 
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The smaller countersunk mounting holes require "tuner" style lug nuts - which have a smaller diameter and also include a low-profile splined socket. A regular nut or socket will no longer fit.

The wheel thickness requires an extended shank lug nut to engage enough threads on the stud. Here's what I used:
Gorilla Automotive 21133ETBC Black 12mm x 1.50
Gorilla Automotive 21631BC Black Chrome Small Diameter Wheel Locks


Hope that helps.
 
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OP, if you are considering new wheels, I highly recommend waiting until your tires wear out, and make the jump to 17" wheels.

The availability and price of tires is now SOOOOO much better for 17" wheels. It seems the poor 16 incher is heading the way of the dinosaur.
 

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