Nice start. I am interested in seeing you finish. Any of the Cruze diesel rims should fit as well. You could also pop the center caps and see if any will exchange. Subscribed!
So, I am still curious. Did/Does the Buick Cap's interchange with the Chevy ones? Did the Saturn actually have Chevy bow-ties on the rims or did you find some different caps?MISTAKE NO.1
Wrong wheels, those equinox wheels (purchased) are 5x120, so now to see about another set of 17x7 wheels
I did my research but the guy at the local used parts depot assured me that wheels from the 08 equinox and wheels from the later 2012 were the same... I shall be returning there in the morning to exchange them for some 17x7 '08 Saturn Vue wheels that I know are 5x115 as my family used to own one.
The Verano with it's bigger 2.0L engine came with a much stronger F40 6-speed manual trans. Besides the extremely small amount of Veranos built with them (I'm surprised one came up at salvage auction), the F40 was also used in oversea Opel/Vaxhaul Astra OPC, the Insignia and our Regal, the Pontiac G6 GTP with the 3.9L OHV V6 and many Saab 9-3 models with the similar 2.0L Ecotec-based four and also behind the 2.8L high-feature corporate DOHC GM turbo V6.Just curious, do you know if that engine would mate upto an ECO MT6? or does the verano have a different transmission?
What's up with that, anyway?Repairing the Verano is pretty much out of the question due to the difficulty of getting it repaired adiqutely to get it inspected and registered in Michigan when it currently has an out of state "parts only" title.