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r3drckt

Goblin Guru
best way to see if a wheel will fit would be to use the factory wheel specs as a reference. Factory SS wheels for 2006 are 18x7et42. The wheels you spec are wheel #2 in the image. You'd be 46.1mm closer to the suspension and definitely rubbing. Even with an 8mm spacer, you're still 38.1mm closer to the suspension and will be rubbing.
 

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r3drckt

Goblin Guru
You'd have to run a 46.1mm spacer to put the backside of the new wheel where the factory wheel would be. There may be a little wiggle room to go closer to the suspension than the factory wheel does, but you run the risk of rubbing and spacers aren't cheap (specially at that size).
 

TheDon

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Yea trying to avoid a large spacer looking to tear up the local auto x events, ill keep looking thanks, any recommendations are appreciated thanks
 

TheDon

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Thanks checked them out couldn't find an offset that would work, found backspacing for the factory cobalt wheels were 5.9inch and have been entering wheels into backspacing calculator trying to find something closest they had would push wheel out about 1.5 inches.
 

Fozda

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Thanks checked them out couldn't find an offset that would work, found backspacing for the factory cobalt wheels were 5.9inch and have been entering wheels into backspacing calculator trying to find something closest they had would push wheel out about 1.5 inches.
That doesn't sound like an issue to me! :D
 

TheDon

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This will be my first time ordering wheels really can't afford ordering multiple sets that don't fit
 

Fozda

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Moving them out 1.5 inches won't cause them to not fit unless you just want them that far out.
 
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