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Looking to buy tires for your Chevy Truck?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Pete95Sierra, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member 1000 Posts

    Here is a link to a website i have used in the past that I think can help everyone. It offers reviews and ratings to a lot of light truck/SUV tires out there. You can also go to Amazon.com or eBay.com to look for good deals on tires for your chevy. Enjoy!!

    http://www.offroaders.com/tech/AT-MT-Tires/index.html



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  2. kgibson181

    kgibson181 New Member 1000 Posts

    Thanks man I've been hunting somewhere that offers info on alot of different brands. Great Post
  3. dhank11

    dhank11 New Member

    I have a 2001 chevy silverado 2wd. i am installing a 2 inch front leveling kit on it and i was wondering if i would be able to fit a 35 in tire under it without it rubbing.
  4. Tydeone

    Tydeone New Member

    Another very good site for all types of tires is TireRack.Com .
  5. 04SilverChevy

    04SilverChevy New Member

    Nah.... the max would prob be a 285(33"). Well that's for a 4x4. I'm not sure how much clearance you have right now.
  6. response_21

    response_21 New Member

    03 chevy.

    i have a 2003 chevy silverado and i was wondering what is the stock rims that come on this truck. i bought it with a set of 24inch brutus rims that i dont like at all and i want some stock rims.
  7. skinner

    skinner New Member

    Ur truck should have come with 16" rims from the factory.
  8. moosetags

    moosetags New Member

    Assuming that your truck is a 1500 (6 lug pattern), you can go to the 17" wheel that were offered as an option on the Tahoes of that era. They're really sharp if you want to go a little bigger than stock.

    They are regularly on Ebay, sometimes with the tires.
  9. jerseymike68

    jerseymike68 New Member

    useful links here
  10. jmckee6

    jmckee6 New Member

    I have a '99 half ton 4wd, old body style, can I lift the front enough with the stock keys to fit 285 75 16 BFG's?

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