That would be funny to get steelies and wheel covers past the post lease acceptance !!! You should still use 'hubcentric rings' on the steelies, correct? Give it a try some weekend and let us know!Taxman wrote:I just thought of something, but they might be a little heavy.
The snow tires on my Ion are 195/60/15 on steel 15x6ET42, 100x4BCD, 57.1 center hole.
... wheel-size.com says the Spark EV wheels are 56.6mm.
I wonder what GM financial would do if you turned in a Spark with four year old snow tires on steel wheels with wheel covers, as long as the snow tires are still over 4/32.
1. Since you'd need hubcentric rings about 0.009" thick, I think I'd skip that part and just let them center on the nuts.NORTON wrote:
1. You should still use 'hubcentric rings' on the steelies, correct? Give it a try some weekend and let us know!
2. Have you considered buying used? That's the route I used to get a Spark EV to KC.
http://www.plantedtechnology.com/media/ ... 81dr-2.jpg The hooks are such are a different feature in the front. The middle is large enough for that black and yellow connector under the drivers seat. The Sonic and Spark base seats look to be the exact same mounting bracket stock and look to be the only seats like this. My Universal Corbeau race seat bracket and all others don’t fir this strange hook system for the bracket.
video coming soon ! The Planted Technologies race seat bracket for the Chevy Sonic has the correct front hooks but the rear feet need to have a bracket made to fit. Also a relief cut must be made to clear an ECU looking box under the drivers seat. Stay tuned as the seat is well installed and retains the seat belt and electric connection.SVTWRC wrote: ↑Thu Apr 11, 2019 12:40 pmOk gang , Anyone know if the Planted Race seat bracket for the Chevy Sonic fits the Spark ? I’ve ordered a drivers seat and have Contacted Planted . They have not had a Spark in to match the floor plan but it looks very similar as do the stock brackets of the Sonic and look like the same seats in the base model ! Pretty sure I have everything worked out with the airbag light resistor like done in all race seats that retain use of the airbag system. 2.2 resistor seems to be a match but I am double checking that. Also the seat belt and chime can swap over but not the heated seats unless you hack your stock seats. The point of this would be a quick swap of components for Autocross , drag race , track and then be easily swapped out for the stock seat . Stay tuned the bracket is on the way.