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12-12-2009, 12:45 AM #1
Stock wheels, 07-09's on a 99-03?
Hey folks. From what I've seen, it looks like the wheels from a newer (07+) Silverado/Tahoe/Avalanche/Suburban etc. will fit an older (99-03) truck because it's the same bolt pattern and back spacing. I know the newer trucks require 17" plus and mine is 16". Since nicer stock wheels are dirt cheap I was looking at replacing my older steelies with something more distinguished. I'm thinking 17's or 18's, and 18's seem to have more tire options that are actually cheaper. Any thoughts?
I'd also like to get a bit more tire, especially with the leveling kit I'm putting on tomorrow. I've seen the calculators and lists of what fits and whatnot, I just don't want to spend a ton in it. Again, I said a little bit more...so many times I see "I'd like a bit more power" and people reply "swap in a twin turbo 502!" Any suggestions would be great.1972 350 GMC Sprint (under construction) :whip:
2003 Corvette Z06 (staying stock) :love:
2000 4.8L Silverado Workhorse
- DynaTech long tube headers, leveled
12-12-2009, 01:33 AM #2
12-12-2009, 01:35 AM #3
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i had 285 75 16s on my stock 04 silverado with cranking my torsion bars upi got the allumin rims on mine ive seen them for 10 bucks a peace around here in indiana just a thoughtsince tires are cheaper on 16s than 17 or 18s
12-12-2009, 06:43 AM #4
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I have set of 20's w/ Bridgestones on them off my 08 Suburban LT with few miles. I dropped to 17's as my daily shoes.
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