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Old 02-07-2008, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 08' Epica Wheels Specs???

I would appreciate if anyone let me know the wheels specs for 08' chevrolet epica, I just bought one overseas and I am kind unsure, I would go for 20¨s somebody told me that was 4x114.3=4.5 in and 42 Offset, but I wanted to make sure bcs im ordering them online. also any perfomance parts available for the car in the US or Canada yet?

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Those are dimensions of wheels for Evanda(model before Epica), if they are the same I dont know...
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Try the Tire Rack web site. Just put the make ,model, year and they tell you everything y6ou need to know.
tirerack.com doens't have chevrolet epica posted on their car fitments. that's exactly why I posted the thread in here. thanks anyway!!
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Just to add, in USA EVANDA was sold under name EPICA(model until 2005), suzuki VERONA itc. In Europe new model from 2006 is call EPICA.
So if you find wheel for EPICA ,be sure it is for 2006 model.

Easyest way is to remove one wheel.In the inside there is JIL remark and some nomber.The number is offset, and measure bolt distance diagonali so you get spec you need 4X(bolt distance) offset(number on wheel)
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Sorry wrong site Big Wheels. Net This is what fits 15x5 to 18x7.5 Off set range 38 to 45.
Max tire dim. 225x667
These are not exact sizes

btw. Widh of wheel is marked with "J", as 5J, 5.5J, 7J..and that mark with wheel size in " means what tire widh you can put. Offset depend on wheel widh too.
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But he need wheel spec for new Europe Epica, model from 2006, not Verona,Evanda itc.
And he even doesnt know bolt distance, is is 114X4 or X5? He need entire wheel spec...
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But he need wheel spec for new Europe Epica, model from 2006, not Verona,Evanda itc.
And he even doesnt know bolt distance, is is 114X4 or X5? He need entire wheel spec...
I know for sure the bolt pattern is 4x 114.3 or 4x 4.5, but still unsure about the offset and the rim width if I should go for 7.5 to 8.5?, I'm also undecided on going to 20's or up?
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You cant go on 20", becouse tire thet fit is 205/30 R20 (thet tire doesnt exist!)
Go to
Ejelta.com: Tire Size Calculator and find tire thet fits(estimate on your original tire size)
Note thet diferent is not bigger then 2%

I think biggest tire(if exist on market) is 245(or 255)/35-R18 or 215(or 225)/40-R18, thats 18" rim...
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You cant go on 20", becouse tire thet fit is 205/30 R20 (thet tire doesnt exist!)
Go to
Ejelta.com: Tire Size Calculator and find tire thet fits(estimate on your original tire size)
Note thet diferent is not bigger then 2%

I think biggest tire(if exist on market) is 245(or 255)/35-R18 or 215(or 225)/40-R18, thats 18" rim...
oggy 20's tires in 215 225 they all fit and come in 35 and 30 and they all fit on this car, I think you are confused, this car is a 2008 CHEVROLET EPICA, it came from factory 215/50/17. In the link you provided all the sizes I just said would only mod up overall less than 1% that I believe is what the website suggested is to keep it under 2%.

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I`m not confused. Tires I posted are for size 205/55R16 which came as factory on my Evanda. Idont know tire size for Epica and you didnt post it. So I calculate on MY TIRE size. If yours is 215/50R17 then 225/30R20 fit, BUT they are 85 weight indeks(which is 515Kg per tire). For Evanda index is 91(above 615Kg).So if 4X515Kg can bear new Epica it is OK to put it, but I dont think so(its 400kg less from factory recomended)...Check thet out

This is 225/30R20 tirres...to thin for me...

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