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Stock Aluminum Wheel Size

Discussion in 'Steering, Suspension and Wheels' started by MGlickLBZ, May 5, 2008.

  1. MGlickLBZ

    MGlickLBZ Agent Quack Smacker

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    I can't remember what the actual size they are, 16X8?
     
  2. WeedNemesis

    WeedNemesis A Weed's Worst Nightmare

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  3. Yaz

    Yaz Big Brother

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    6.5" wide. The 350SRW got the 16x7 for the the massive 265's..:eek:
     
    Last edited: May 6, 2008
  4. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    3/4 tons got 16x6.5 if I remember right.
     
  5. I'm thinking the PY0 is 16x6.5 as is the 5 spoke steel wheel for the 2500s, the 3500 got a 6 spoke steel wheel in 16x7. To my knowledge GM has never offered an 8" wide wheel in 16". One thing that greatly pisses me off.
     
  6. BudTX

    BudTX Edjumacated Redneck

    I just pulled my PYOs off last week, and they are 16x6.5
     
  7. Cheyenne19

    Cheyenne19 Special agent C19 A(ACLU)

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    16x6.5 indeed. Because it would make too much sense to give us 16x8's
     
  8. MGlickLBZ

    MGlickLBZ Agent Quack Smacker

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    Thanks guys. I'm looking into new wheels and saw some 16/8s that I liked.
     
  9. Yaz

    Yaz Big Brother

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    Beware of the offset on the after market rims, to far out you'll be doing some cutting, to far in and you'll rub the frame.
     

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