Some wheel companies can custom drill their wheels to our 6x120 bolt pattern. As for the offset, a previous poster stated that he went with a 18x9 +18 wheel but then had to run a spacer to make them work. I personally would just choose a wheel with the correct offset and avoid running spacers if possible. The +0 seems to be a popular choice, but that doesn't mean that you're limited to ONLY that size. It all depends on how you want them fit: inside the fender, flush, or outside the fender.
The center bore is definitely not 100mm. However, if you can't find a wheel with the proper 67mm bore, you can simply run a hub-ring (on wheels that have a larger bore)..... for wheels that have a smaller bore, you can have a machine shop bore it out too the proper size.
| BAJA DESIGNS |
| BDS-SUSPENSIONS | KILLERWAXX SOCAL |
| LIVERNOIS MOTORSPORTS | RHINO-RACK |
2015 Colorado Z71 4x4
BDS Suspensions 7" lift | 22x12 -44 Grid Off-Road GD-4
325/50/22 Cooper Discoverer STT Pro