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Hi.

Finally got around to changing wheels on my '03 Suburban. They're Cooper Discoverer STT 265/75/16 on American Eagle Series 186. Sorry 'bout the crappy pic's. :rofl:


New wheels:





On the car (pretty late) - and yes, the rear wheels are the same size!:

 

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those look great!!! i love those rims but they are a little out of my price range
 

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Lookin' Good! Great combo!
 

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WOW those look awesome. Those tires are amazing too! :great::great:
 

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Thank's! Yeah, they're a real face lift compared to the originals, who are - in fact - not Chevy originals, but GMC originals. :great:


 

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Looks sweet!!!!!!!
has anyone run those SST's in the winter, are they like most mudding tires and suck in the snow?
 

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Looks sweet!!!!!!!
has anyone run those SST's in the winter, are they like most mudding tires and suck in the snow?
Don't know about that. Here in Sweden they're not allowed for winter driving. (We have rules for everything! :rules:)


Here's a better (daytime) photo:

 

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Old thread, I know, but has anyone had success with this rim in a 17x9 and a 285/70R17 tire? We've got 17x9 MetalMoto on there now, with the 285 tire, but the Eagle Alloy rim has 4.625" backspacing where the MetalMoto has 4.53". I realize this is minimal, but we're close to rubbing, as it is, right now.
 
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