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I am trying to find alloys in canada websites with pcd of 5 x 115 with no luck. All i find is 5 x 114.3 ? ?
They have a few options at this site http://www.tdotperformance.ca
Also it appears TireRack.com will ship to Canada, but it is a bit expensive.

I think I have decided to use my OEM alloys for the winter tires and I will be buying new alloys for the summer.
 

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TD Cruze, I got my steels at Canadian Tire, and 16" Michelin X-Ice. Fantastic traction/braking, smoother, quieter ride than the horrible Michelin Pilot's on the 18" LTZ wheels.
What is the part or item number of your rims?

*edit* Never mind, I just realized you have an LTZ so your rims will not fit on the diesel.
 

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TD Cruze, I got my steels at Canadian Tire, and 16" Michelin X-Ice. Fantastic traction/braking, smoother, quieter ride than the horrible Michelin Pilot's on the 18" LTZ wheels.
I second the X-ice recommendation. Compared to the GoodYears the Xi3 is whisper quiet. So quiet in fact that most of the time I litterally cannot hear them, and that's on an Eco which has serious de-contenting in the soundproofing department compared to all other Cruze models.
 

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tdcruze look at the other thread if your looking for steels
 

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I found some rims on TDOT website, i am not sure they will fit because of the +38mm offset and the specs are:

YearMakeModelWheel DiameterWheel WidthBolt PatternOffset
allALLALLWheel Diameter: 17 in.Wheel Width: 7 in.5x115, Bolt Pattern: 5x112Offset: +38 mm

will they fit?
 

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I put the the snows on today. After having dealer mount the snows on 5x105 regular wheels I happened upon the earlier thread that gave the Orlando pt# 13259235 and had the dealer remount everything. They fit perfectly thanks to this forum for the info!!
 

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I found some rims on TDOT website, i am not sure they will fit because of the +38mm offset and the specs are:

YearMakeModelWheel DiameterWheel WidthBolt PatternOffset
allALLALLWheel Diameter: 17 in.Wheel Width: 7 in.5x115, Bolt Pattern: 5x112Offset: +38 mm

will they fit?
They should fit no problem, our OEM wheels are 41mm offset on 17" wheels.
 

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So this winter we will have General Altimax Arctics on TD #1, Nokian Hakka R2's on TD #2, and Blizzak WS80's on the Eco.
Excellent! Love to hear your compare and contrast. As well as traction to dollar ratio.
 
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So if I trade in my Cruze Eco for a Diesel my winter wheels won't fit?

5x105 vs 5x115? Damnit that's stupid!
 

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The wheels I have are Konig and have 2 different patterns. Going to see if the other pattern is 115!

I found a used diesel that I'm interested in but being able to use my winter wheels and Weather Tech mats in the diesel is a big selling point
 
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