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Hi guys,

 

Got a 2016 Sierra 1500 All Terrain X, all stock, no level.

 

I don't understand much about wheel and tire dimensions, wheel offset, etc. I need advice on a wheel combo I have seen on Dodge Ram that looked sick.

 

  1. Will this wheel and tire combo fit each other?
  2. What offset do I need? I don't mind if it sticks out past the fenders a bit.
  3. Do I need a level? Front only? Front and back? Shock/body level? Can I get away with no level?
  4. What other questions should I be asking?

 

 

Found the specs here https://www.wheel-size.com/size/gmc/sierra-1500/2016/#trim-53i-usdm

Truck

Bolt Pattern: 6/139.7mm (6/5.5in)

Offset: 24mm

 

What I found.

The wheel and tire combo

Ruffino Brute 2: 20 x 9 with 6/139.7 bolt pattern. Offsets available -12, 0 and 12

http://www.1010tires.com/Wheels/Ruffino/BRUTE+II/Painted/Gloss+Black/Machined+Face

 

Federal Courgia M/T 33x12.5

https://www.tires-easy.com/33-12.50-20/federal-tires/couragia-m-t/tirecode/46QC0AFE

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Wrong bolt pattern

 

 

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What is the bolt pattern? I can't find anything else.

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What is the bolt pattern? I can't find anything else.

6x5.5

 

 

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139.7 mm = 5.5"

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Customoffsets.com allows you to sort by diameter, width, bolt pattern, and offset to find something you like. You aren't going to fit a 33" without a leveling kit.

 

As far as offsets, the lower the offset, the more it will stick out. Every 12mm is about 1/2".

 

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Assuming the wheels fit would do the +12 offset and yes with the 33's you will need to level the front. My truck on Toyo RT 33X12.5X20's with stock +27 offset wheels rubs when reversing and turning right.

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Assuming the wheels fit would do the +12 offset and yes with the 33's you will need to level the front. My truck on Toyo RT 33X12.5X20's with stock +27 offset wheels rubs when reversing and turning right.

So yours tucks in just over 1/2" more then +12. With +12 sticking out more, is there more of a chance of it rubbing then?

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Less chance of yours rubbing on the UCA or sway bar at full lock.

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Less chance of yours rubbing on the UCA or sway bar at full lock.

Thanks! I wonder if the +0 or -12 offset might be too much?

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Less offset will give more space to UCA and sway bar but push your tires closer to the inner fender increasing chances of rubbing there.

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