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    Vf gts v ve ssv

    Hi Guys,

    Just wondering if anyone knows if the VF GTS Diff width is the same as the VE/VF SS/V or similar?

    I know that rear track can be used as a guide but i cant find that info anywhere on the GTS.

    Also as the wheels are different widths and offsets, this will be misleading.

    If anyone knows, please speak up!!

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    I have both VF GTS and VF SSV Redline. I could measure something if you told me exactly what


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    I'm guessing hub to hub length?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vhsle5ltr View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Just wondering if anyone knows if the VF GTS Diff width is the same as the VE/VF SS/V or similar?

    I know that rear track can be used as a guide but i cant find that info anywhere on the GTS.

    Also as the wheels are different widths and offsets, this will be misleading.

    If anyone knows, please speak up!!
    this may or may not assist
    but I do know the GTS hub is a lot bigger and wider than any other Commodore
    (even Clubbies or Senators)
    Smitty
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    Yes Hub to Hub length (Wheel mounting face to WMF) is what i need thanks. I have both but they are at different locations that i cant get to readily!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    this may or may not assist
    but I do know the GTS hub is a lot bigger and wider than any other Commodore
    (even Clubbies or Senators)
    Yeah that's because the GTS uses the Camaro hubs, the rest of the HSV and Holden range use the Commodore one.







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