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10-04-2011, 11:17 PM #11
I really like those GMC 20's without the chrome cladding. I had only seen the chrome cladding removed from the 5 spoke Chevy wheels. Those ones look really nice without the chrome, but they have centercaps, so when you pull the cladding off, you can't find centercaps to fit the bare wheel. These ones look very nice, finished, and classy. They might be worth considering if i'm ever in the market for a different set of 20's.
Just for reference, here is the chev chrome-clad 20 without the cladding (borrowed from GMFS so nobody comes after me):
Just for the sake of not thread-jacking TOO much here... I've never seen the chrome-clad 18s jdennis44 wants with the cladding pulled off. These GMC 20's Mike posted here look pretty good installed though... maybe something to consider instead of the 18s. Here's a couple of pics (again, borrowed from GMFS - they seem to like to try all possible stock wheels over there):
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10-04-2011, 11:41 PM #12
x2...on sorry not wanting to jack either.....Peter I've seen these pictures on the both GMFS and P.T Truck Forum's.....they are Escalade 20's.....also in the 1st picture, can see the Bowtie center-cap Peter??......below is the E-bay Link for these rims,
08-11 ESCALADE ESV EXT 20" MACHINED SILVER T/O WHEELS - eBay (item 300588072717 end time Sep-14-11 15:02:23 PDT)
Once Again Sorry jdennis44 for jacking the thread.....
10-05-2011, 12:01 AM #13
Next... not that it matters at all, really, but that seller is mistaken as to the vehicle they originally came from. GM is yet to put any "chrome" cladding on any of the Escalade wheels. The escalade 20's are actually chrome and have more spokes. Despite what he says, those are actually these GMC wheels:
Either way, the bottom line is that they look really good once you pull the plastic off, and they will fit all the trucks and SUVs anyways.
Annndddd.... I've decided this isn't threadjacking.... its suggesting a nice 20" wheel to jdennis44 as another possible option
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10-05-2011, 01:34 PM #14
J. Roy2010 Silverado Z71 4x433/12.50/R20 Cooper Discover STT Tires20" KMC XD MonstersRough Country 2" Leveling KitRancho ShocksAiraid TBSVolant CAI8000K HID Head Lights6000K HID Fog LightsTinted Head Lights/Fog Lights and Brake LightsBlacked Out Completely
10-05-2011, 01:45 PM #15
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Speak of the Devil!!! I just found a set on Craigslist for $350 so I am no longer trading mine! i am going to buy these and have both sets! Sorry everyone but we can remove this thread now. I no longer need to trade! oh and guys dont worry about jacking any of my threads! any of the info that comes about on my threads for whatever reason is greatly appreciated!! and again I am no longer looking for a trade!
10-05-2011, 02:18 PM #16Originally Posted by ;405657
good find, and now you have the choice for whatever look you want.
Oh, and just for reference - that second picture in post 14 is actually the 20" aluminum wheel for the silverado.
10-05-2011, 02:22 PM #17
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10-05-2011, 08:09 PM #20
I'll keep that in mind. I would be a lot more comfortable sending money by paypal to a GMTC member if I were to find a good deal on something than I would with sending it to some random guy on craigslist and hoping for the best.
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