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Stock 15" wheel off set on an 08 reg cab 4x4?

Discussion in 'Chevy Colorado Forum (GMC Canyon)' started by heirplain, Nov 5, 2011.

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  1. heirplain

    heirplain New Member

    I'm new on this site and bought my 08 4x4 new. I am going to 16" wheels for a winter/summer combo and need to know the stock off set for my original 15" wheels. My plan is to run 245-75-16 with maybe just a tb tweak in front.

    After always owning Rangers, a B4000 and a Nissan I was skeptical of the Colorado but actually aside from a couple of small issues it is the best mini truck that I have ever owned.

    Thanks in advance

    Gary
  2. 99'HEARTBEAT

    99'HEARTBEAT Moderator Staff Member Platinum Contributor 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    I'm Guessing your asking about the Offset for......Rims for a Chevy Colorado.......if so the Offset is......+31mm
  3. heirplain

    heirplain New Member

    Thanks for the reply! I decided on a 25 mm offset after I measured the stock ##. and with the 245-75-16s it worked out perfectly. Granted the bigger tires and wheels are heavier than stock (but I felt in 2wd and 4wdh it was geared too low anyway). I am really optimistic with the look and possible performance increase both off road and in the snow. Big throttle still squeals the back tires until the locker hooks up. Fit is perfect and look is out of the park.. at least for me! Ride on pavement and on dirt roads has improved as well. Pics when I get a chance.
    Now for a little more power without losing the economy of the I-4. (among other improvements)!..Great Truck!

    Thanks,
    Gary

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