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    Default wanna buy new wheels

    hey i have a 2013 silverado 1500

    what is the bolt pattern on them? some sights ask in inches other in mm well help would be appreciated

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    as well what would the offset be what is a offset?

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    Offset results in how far your wheels/tires stick out. If I remember correctly, negative offset results in your wheel/tires sticking out from the wheel wells and thus, give you a wider stance and/or allow you to run wider tires. Positive offset will move the wheels and tires in towards the frame. Again, if I'm not mistaken, most vehciles' OE wheels are either a 0-offset for maybe a +1 offset. Rarely do cars come stock with wheels/tires already sticking out from the wells.
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    6x139.7 or 6x5.5 for pattern. Any GM fullsize 6 lug wheel will fit.
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    appreciate the help from both of you definetly helps me out a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric602 View Post
    appreciate the help from both of you definetly helps me out a lot
    Show us some before and after pics once you decide on the wheels you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McClintoc View Post
    Show us some before and after pics once you decide on the wheels you want.

    definetly will thinking of the new rockstars black or xd monsters

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