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Unsure of the pics referred to but turns out what I had in mind is 7-spoke not 6:

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They have the 'flush' look I prefer (ala Audi or Maybach), but what I ended up with getting CTS takeoffs (which are 14-spoke and not "19" as I stated) are more 'closed' oem-looking (not accentuating the rotors-calipers as much), not to mention bonafide Cady provenance. Picture more of this, but likely $45,000 cheaper: lol

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Unsure of the pics referred to but turns out what I had in mind is 7-spoke not 6:
Somebody else posted pics of a Fleetwood with those Escalade rims earlier in this thread.

Here is one from Google:

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They look incredible, IMHO. The fact that they are available on Rock Auto is just icing on the cake.
 

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Somebody else posted pics of a Fleetwood with those Escalade rims earlier in this thread.

Here is one from Google:

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They look incredible, IMHO. The fact that they are available on Rock Auto is just icing on the cake.
Presumably need adapters to go from 5 bolt to 6 bolt? I still like those rims...clean car in the picture!
 

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Presumably need adapters to go from 5 bolt to 6 bolt? I still like those rims...clean car in the picture!
Wait a second... Didn't you post a pic of those wheels on YOUR car?
 

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Yes (ish..)

I had an actual OEM esclade 22" rim (6 bolt) that I just set in place and liked how it looked.

I found an aftermarket replica in 20x9 with a 5x127 bolt pattern (random link below - no affiliation), but ended up with the last 3 in the country. The 4th one they sent had a 6 hole bolt pattern in a box marked with a 5 hole part number. Given the scarcity of them and what do you do if one gets damaged I ended up with a different wheel. I should follow up on that website and see if they actually have stock - most say they do, but when you call or place an order, they don't.

 

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Yes (ish..)

I had an actual OEM esclade 22" rim (6 bolt) that I just set in place and liked how it looked.
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That's great. I legitimately thought you had been playing around with front end parts.
 

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Tucking after a little sawzall body work 😂
 

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Very nice! The Ridler 650 looks close to those, as well.

Here is a third set of similar-looking wheels. These ones are 20-inch US Mags Rambler U117 wheels. As shown in a YouTube video, the tire width is 245 (the relevant part starts at 1:18):

 

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Very nice! The Ridler 650 looks close to those, as well.

Here is a third set of similar-looking wheels. These ones are 20-inch US Mags Rambler U117 wheels. As shown in a YouTube video, the tire width is 245 (the relevant part starts at 1:18):

Nice i was looking at the American racing wheels that are similar to these, bit someone told me i should go with a higher rated wheel weight wise. What part of Maryland? Im on the Lower shore Pocomoke.
 
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