Re: Wheel spacers / adapters
Haven't done this on a Camaro but did it for many years on Porsche's. The original Porsche Turbos starting in late 1975 had 27mm (just over 1") spacers in front and 54mm (just over 2") in rear. The spacers and wheels on Porsche's are hub centric as are most European cars.
Camaro's like most American cars do not have hub centric wheels, the wheels center based on the 60 degree cone of the lug nut. If you get a good set of offset spacers you should be okay for street driving. I would not in good conscious recommend these for drag, road race, or autocross due to the risks involved when multiplying axle load off the extended spacers.
The Garlic Capital, Gilroy,CA
(sold June 15,2014) 1968 RS convertible that is not quite stock
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