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Hello I have a 2017 Silverado 2500HD, 2WD with stock LT265/60R20 tires and rims. I been spending countless hours reading on this topic, and still seem unsure of the answers. Ride quality is most important to us, so I would like to know what’s the best options to fit something like a Toyo AT2 Tire around 33” to 34” inches and 11” to 12” inches, maybe a 305/55-R20 ? Is their a better riding AT tire that last like the Toyo’s ? would I be able to get a negative offset so I have some lip or deeper dish vs the hub moved more out? I been reading positive offsets seem to fit a little Better with less rubbing issues? i think a 33” tire by around 11” wide would be a great fit for a leveling kit? last question, I was think of going max 2” leveling kit, but if I go with aftermarket keys, and shock extenders will it still be close or better then the factory ride? Can I add better shocks to help with the ride? Ride quality is really important to us. We don’t do much towing, Mostly highway/city driving, no off roading. i had a 2015 2500HD with 33” tires , 11” wide , 2-1/2” Ready lift level kit, and positive offset, but the ride stiffened up allot . We sold the truck and bought the 2017.
Hey folks, I'm a longtime lurker. I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71 CC. I'm now in the process of investigating options for 22" wheels. My intent is to find a set of 22x10's with 305/40/22's that won't require modifications to the truck - no lift / level, retain stock 4x4 ride height, no fender liner cutting, etc. Does anyone have any experience with this combination? What offset / backspacing is required? This is the wheel I have in mind... http://www.mhtwheels.com/mht-luxury-alloy-wheel.cfm?id=10294 Thanks, Jeff
Does anyone know the dimensions on a stock 2008 2500HD Aluminum wheel. Looking for width, offset and backspacing. I am going to be putting new tires on the stock rims and use those as my winter set. I want to buy new rims and put my Dayton Timberline HTs on the new rims. The Daytons are pretty new, lots of tread left, but they are terrible in the snow, so they will be my summer tires for now. Because I am keeping the Daytons that I have on it, I want to stay with the same size rims. I don't want to put a leveling kit on it, so I want to keep the rims the same size, and avoid clearance issues. Thanks, Sean