135/153 = 15x9/17x9 = 15/17
The front wheels were 17x7 with a 55 mm offset and the rear wheels were 17x9 also with a 55 mm offset. Greg Phillips The front wheels were 17x7 with a 55 mm offset and the rear wheels were 17x9 also with a 55 mm offset. Greg Phillips
17x1=17 17x2=34 17x3=51 17x4=68 17x5=85 17x6=102 17x7=119 17x8=136 17x9=153 17x10=170
only if you have a 4th gen rear end or you bought wheel adapters for your 4 axles. the backspacing and offset are different than the zr1 wheels than on your stock camaro.
That 8 might equal D. Trashed. "Eight Equals D" is: 8=D Which is a penis smiley -.- ~ Skullcandy88
equals D repeater
"1 equals 1" is an identity. But not sure what "1 equals 1 equals" is.
27 equals 191
(It's a penis) 8=====D 8 = balls D = head
yes equals no
it is equal to equal lol:P
No they will not. The newer mustang require a different offset and backspacing than previous models. The bolt pattern is the same, but the wheels will sit differently under one model than the other.For instance, 17X9 bullitt wheels for a 2005 mustang use a :Back Spacing: 6.8" (172mm) Offset: +45mm (1.8")while the same wheels(17X9 bullitt) meant for a 1999 mustang use a:Back Spacing: 5.94" (151mm) Offset: +24mm (0.94")the offset is the problem here. backspacing is very close, but it is the offset that does not allow the wheel to sit on both cars in the same way.hope this helps.
it equals 4c
Yes. If equals are added to equals, then the results of the additions are equal.
2, which equals 54. 3, which equals 36. 4, which equals 27. 6, which equals 18. 9, which equals 12. 12, which equals 9.
If 6a divided by 2 equals 12 then A equals
If x equals 10 and y equals 10, then 9x plus 8y equals 170.