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What size GM/Chevrolet wheels fit a 1993 Chevrolet K2500 Subburban?

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by dennisshipman, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. dennisshipman

    dennisshipman New Member

    The theme for my truck was what it should have looked like from the factory. So, I do not want tons of nifty and expensive aftermarket components on it, which is why I am running chrome 16" Denali rims. They look really good and give a good gripe with the Cooper rubber when I go off-road maybe once or twice a month. But I really want to full out that wheel well, and need to know what are the biggest stock - e.g., General Motors Corporation or Chevrolet - rims I can fit on this application. Since it is not electronic, what would I have to do, if anything, to recalibrate the transmission once I do?
  2. BurbanMan

    BurbanMan Member

    You have to change the speedo gear in the trans. It's quite simple: 700r4 application?

    Undo the speedo gear from the trans
    Remove the retainer from the gear housing that the cable screwed to via 3/8x16? Bolt (1/2" head)?
    Slide the housing out of the trans (you may need a big set of channel locks to get a hold of it good)
    And vua la

    Reverse order for install.
    Disclaimer: I haven't looked at a 700r4 In a few years now so some steps may vary lol
    Post photo of your trans for help

    You should be able to fit 33's with a leveling kit with 16" wheel the equivalent is a 285/75/16
    Numerical size will differ with wheel size change

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