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  1. I have a 2019 Silverado LT RWD. Put on a 2in rough country level kit with 295/60/20 Nitro Terra Grappler G2 on the stock rims. There is no rub at all! All clear pulling in and out of the driveway and at full lock! It was close at discount tire when they did the test fit but it worked. The only issue I have is after my alignment my steering wheel is a little off center to the right. Not bad but annoying on a brand new truck. They realigned it 4 times and came close but no luck getting it exactly centered. I gave up. The truck drives straight though.
  2. I just bought a 2019 Silverado LTZ with the standard 18" wheels. My intent is to immediately change the wheels out with a 22" set from the 2018 Silverado. I can see that the bolt patterns are the same, but does anyone know if the center cap bore size is different? Any other reasons why the old wheels won't fit on the 2019?
  3. Hi everyone, I am new with this forum so if this isn't the right place to put this question please let me know. Anyways I have a new 2019 Silverado 1500 and am looking at getting new wheels and tires. The only modification i've done is have a 2" leveling kit done, other than that I have stock 17" wheels with standard tires. I would like to get bigger more aggressive tires for some off-roading but still have good on road handling. I am not looking to get huge tires, just bigger than stock. I am fairly sure I want to get method NV wheels. If anyone has any idea what my limitations are as far as wheel and tire size that would be great. Any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks!
  4. My first post here, I tried search but found no results, so here is my question: Is anyone running 17" wheels on a lifted 2015+ GM SUV? Wondering about any brake clearance issues, etc. I see that the spare is on a 17" rim, so with the stock steering knuckle and brakes they obviously work. But what about with the replacement knuckle of a 6" lift? I currently have a 1990 V2500 Suburban 4x4 that I have owned for the last 22 years, and I am finally ready to go newer. I am looking at getting a 2016+ Yukon XL Denali. I plan to add a 6" lift and 35" tires. My experience with tire and wheels is that in general, the more sidewall, the better the ride and the more flexibility in airing down for four wheeling. Plus I'm an old guy and not a huge fan of the look of giant wheels with what amounts to a big rubber band of a tire on a 4x4. And after reading all the complaints about noise / buffeting / thumping / vibrations on this newer K2xx platform, I want to minimize that too. So I am thinking of 17" rims with 35/12.50/17 or 315/70/17 tires, and would like to confirm somebody has run one of these combinations on a 6" lift. Thanks in advance!
  5. New set of 4 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 18” Wheels and Goodyear Wrangler 265/65 18r tires less than 150 miles on them (changed tires on my truck). I am located in Charlotte, NC. Looking to get $900 out of them (what I paid for new wheels).
  6. Took off my 2018 at 1500 miles. No damage, still has TPMS. Located in Baton Rouge, LA. Looking to get $800. SOLD
  7. Looking for a take off set of AT4 wheels tires for sale near Minnesota/Wisconsin/Iowa
  8. Thought I'd post a review of the newly installed suspension and wheel set up on my 2016 GMC Sierra Denali 1500. Previous set up was stock MagneRide suspension with ride height sensors and 22" stock wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler G2's size 285/45r22. I'm at 70k miles and the ride was steadily getting worse (too stiff), so I researched for a while and ended up installing the following: HaloLifts Boss Ultimate Kit (adjustable coilovers for 1" to 3" of lift in front, and 1" of lift in the rear) - http://www.halolifts.com/HaloLifts-Boss-Ultimate-Kit-fits-your-2007-UP-GM-SilveradoSierra-1500_p_220.html Stock GMC Sierra 18" rims (powder coated black) with Falken Wildpeak AT3W's size 275/70r18 Bypass sensor kit for all 4 MagneRide shock sensors and all 4 ride height sensors (I removed all ride height sensors that are mounted to the frame) - http://www.xineering.com/shocksims.html Up first, the HaloLifts Boss Ultimate Kit At $1299, this is a more expensive kit vs the Fox, Bilstein, or Rancho equivalant. What swayed me to this kit was that I was not looking for a crazy lift and I wanted something that was plug and play should I go a different route once these start to fail (like all shocks eventually do). Additionally, I found multiple reviews on this forum and other brand forums where people said they had installed Fox, Bilstein, and/or other brands and this was the best riding kit and worth the extra cash. You'll find a rep from the company, Alex, who's posted in this forum, as well as others, and he says call him with any questions. I did, and he answered every time and would not let me go until I had EVERY question answered. The customer service is outstanding with this place. I ended up going with the coilovers set at 1.5" of lift and I put .5" spacers beneath it to get 2" of total lift and the softest ride possible. Each kit is made custom to what you want, so that's how it arrived for me. You can have the coilovers set at 2" if you want, then add 1" of spacers underneath. Since I am only doing 2" of lift, I did not purchase new UCA's. Below are pics of me opening the packages. Again, thoroughly impressed with how sealed everything was with plenty of foam and cardboard to protect everything. Install was a breeze, thanks to instructions that were included and my convo with him over the phone. One last thing, the "do the rear shock boots go down or up?" debate has been settled. According to HaloLifts they go down :-) Next, the new wheel/tire set up I downsized from a 22" set up to an 18" set up so I could get more sidewall and a softer ride. While I like the look of a larger rim, it was so easy to get scratches on the 22" rims since they are so close to the ground and there's not enough sidewall on the tire to bulge out a little bit to help protect the rims. So, new set up gets me a softer ride and better rim protection. I went with a stock rim and had it powder coated black because I've had mixed experience with aftermarket rims (good and bad). As far as the tire choice, Falken Wildpeaks kept coming up as best all around value for it's performance. I've had KO2's in the past, as well as other AT tires but I wasn't blown away by their performance for how much you spend on them. Falken's were cheaper, but hold up well in rain, snow, and mud. Plus they have an aggressive look, that's a nice bonus. Below are pics of the truck with the new wheel and suspension set up. I'll follow that up with the obligatory, "pardon the dirty truck, haven't had time to wash it". Last, the MagneRide bypass kit This only applies to those who have the MagneRide suspension and ride height sensors (certain trims like Denali). If you do have it, you'll need to bypass the sensors or you'll forever be dismissing a message that says "service suspension system". If you can live with that, then ignore all of this. If it'll drive you nuts, you have 2 options - one cheap, but could lead to other issues and the other is not so cheap, but will not have issues. There are 8 sensors total, 4 shock sensors and 4 ride height sensors. The first option is to go cheap and buy 8 resistors (3 ohm, 25 watts). You then splice them in at every sensor. The risk here is corrosion, if you don't seal the splices properly this leads to the wire harnesses going bad and having to purchase all new harnesses and resistors to do all of the work again (and now you've spent more money on the harnesses). In all, this could run you about $50 for resistors, heat shrink, and a heat gun. The second option is to do what I did and buy the professional bypass kit from x-ineering. It's $425, but they'll give you a $75 discount if you post about your install on social media. I went this route because they clip in and seal the wiring, just like the stock sensors. No risk of corrosion and everything they make is backed by warranty. Overall, I'm super happy and love the ride. Only a couple hundred miles on it so far, I'll report back after all my Thanksgiving travel coming up (1500+ miles). Let me know if there are any questions!
  9. I recently purchased a 2019 Denali 1500 in the Satin Steel Metallic color. I want to pick up some black wheels for it and contemplating the 22" High Gloss Black Wheels GM offers. It's hard to tell what it will look like and looking for some other black wheel options potentially. Anyone have the same color/model truck that could post some pictures or offer suggestions on other aftermarket black wheels that look nice? Thanks!
  10. $2,000 + shipping Just lifted my 2019 Trail Boss so these wheels and tires are for sale. Bought these wheels/tires new April 28, 2019 and they have approximately 1,500 miles on them. Wheels: 20" x 9" +1 Fuel Mavericks, 6 x 5.5 Tires: 305/55R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers TPMS Sensors are included. Zero rubbing with no trimming in forward or reverse on my Trail Boss with a 1.5" Motofab leveling kit. More Pictures coming tomorrow.
  11. Has anyone done this yet? I know in the T1 section there's a couple threads on mounting K2 wheels on the T1 trucks, and the calipers being wider and the need for a minor spacer in the fronts. With that, going backwards, there should be plenty of clearance. Any pics? I can find K2 wheels on GMT900 and older trucks for days. I was looking at either an 18" RST set, or the 18" accessory wheel that looks like the Colorado ZR2's wheel. At this point, I'd even look at a picture of 20"s as well.
  12. Anyone have experience fitting 22” wheels and tires on a stock canyon Denali? Not sure if I need to lift it at all first. Thanks
  13. I’m looking into upgrading my wheels. I have 22 x 9 Chrome currently on my 2018 Sierra 1500 Denali trim. I’m interested in the Dub Push S109’s and am wondering if other owners might have purchased these before and what their experience has been thus far with them?
  14. Selling some tps out of my 2015 Silverado. $60 shipped within the 48 states.
  15. Looking to get another wheel and tire set up. So I’m selling my 24in reps. They have about 12-13k miles on them. Been on the truck for a little over a year. Have plenty tread left. No curb damage, and wheels are properly maintained. Asking 1800.00 OBO. Included; TPM sensors, lug bolts and wheel locks, black center caps, and chrome center caps. Feel free to message me with any question. I’m in Destin, Fl. Will consider traveling within reason. Could possibly ship at buyers expense. Thanks
  16. Hello all, came up with a combo to replace stock wheels and trying to see if it'll work out and if I am thinking about the fitment correctly. Truck in question is a 2019 GMC 3500 SRW Denali - completely stock and I'd like to see if I can run 305/55-20s without having to add a lift or level Stock wheels: 18in x 8in +44 (I think) Stock tires: 265/70-18 I was looking at maybe going with XD822 Monster II 20x9 +18 with 305/55-20 tire mounted So the new rim is 1 inch wider but given offset is less +18 vs +44 by almost exactly 1 inch the inner aspect of the rim and tire will be the same as stock. Just the tire will stick out 1 inch further to the outside. The stock tire should be 32.6" tall given its sizing. The 305/55-20 would run 0.6" taller at 33.2" height. Sidewall will be 0.7in shorter on new tires and rim would clearly be 2 in taller. In the stock setup there appears to have plenty to clearance and I'm speculating it could accommodate the 0.6 inch increase in size without difficulty and the width would only be increased outward so shouldn't impact the fit. Think this would work? Has anyone tired anything like this? Poking around on here it looks like most people add at least a level kit prior to tires.
  17. I am new to this GM-Forums stuff, so what better way to get things started than to ask for some help! Im the owner of a 2016 GMC Denali 2500 HD and Ive been in search of finding the perfect setup for wheels and tires/lift. Ive been all over the internet looking for a setup, and ive finally found this one that I believe is the most bad-aslkdjf setup out there. WHAT IS ON THIS TRUCK!! I know its the FUEL TITAN D588 wheels with Toyo open country 35x12.50 R20 tires. This is just a cars salesman going through the truck and reading off what he can see... My question is; What wheel size is on this truck? Does anyone know and/or is able to figure out? Is this a 2" lift/leveling kit? Is that all this is? Will the 35" tires fit with just that minor trimming? Can you still tow with a setup like this? Hopefully someone knows as this is a killer setup!! https://youtu.be/a9Z9IMyzdp4
  18. Hi all, I just bought a new truck but the tires were shot. I looked at the tires and they are 35x12.5x18 with the stock GM rims. I called Discount Tire and they said they won't put these tires on these rims... What gives? Did the previous owner put the wrong tires on these rims? Is it unsafe? Thank you, Scott
  19. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 4-26-2019 Forgeline Motorsports, the premium wheel manufacturer known for lightweight and strong forged aluminum wheels have introduced a new wheel for light truck and SUV applications. The new FX1 joins the company's VX1, CV3C, ST3P and VR3P wheels. FX1 wheels are machined from a single forging of 6061-T6 aluminum and designed specifically for truck and SUV applications. We think the Forgeline FX1 precision-machined tapered spoke design looks exceptionally tough. Forgeline says that the FX1's monoblock forging and computer-simulated FEA design process yield a wheel that is relatively lightweight, stiff and exceptionally strong. In addition to Silverado and Sierra, the FX1 is perfect for 6-lug truck and SUV applications including the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon, Chevrolet Tahoe. The FX1 is currently available in 20 and 22-inch diameters with a range of widths and offsets. Features of the FX1 include: * One-piece forged monoblock construction * Concave profile * Multi-dimensional six spoke design * Rugged machining details * Thick outer lip with aggressive machined relief pockets * Designed for 6-lug small truck and SUV applications * Lightweight * Generous brake clearance * Forged 6061-T6 aluminum * Includes standard aluminum center cap * Customizable finish options * Legendary Forgeline quality and customer service Check the wheels out at Forgeline's website here.
  20. So I have a 2018 Silverado 5.3 Z71 LT and I've tried looking up threads for this topic before but for some reason I haven't had any luck. Ive had this truck for a year now and I had a level lift installed and my MPG stayed around 18-22 MPG and I could get 325-400 miles out of a full tank of fuel. I recently installed a 3.5 Rough Country suspension lift and I installed 20" wheels with 33" tires. I knew going into this modification that I would see a slight decrease in MPG but immediately after the install I dropped my MPG to 7.5-9 MPG and I cannot get it to increase AT ALL. I used to work at a GM dealership and spoke to a couple of old co-workers about this issue and for some reason we cannot pinpoint the issue. I know that increasing the ride height and the different wheel/tire package would create a difference but I didn't know that it would be this bad. I'm considering a performance chip and a CAI to try and increase my MPG, and its not a bad batch of gasoline and I've changed my driving habits and kept my foot off the throttle a little bit...if anyone has any info on this it would be greatly appreciated, thanks a lot!!
  21. I have multiple sets of 22 inch wheels if anyone is interested. Pm for pricing. I will upload pics later. These are gm wheels not replicas nor recons.
  22. Need skme help here. I have a 16 Silverado 1500 lt with the stock 17"wheels and 255/70r17 tires. Without a lift, or a level or anything. Can I upgrade to 18inch wheels and a set of bfg all terrain 275/70r18 without any trouble??
  23. I have an age old question for everybody. I have a 2015 Silverado w/Z71 package currently running on stock 18's. I want to upgrade to bigger wheels and tires preferably 22's or 24's. I know the biggest stock setup is 22's. My question is for anyone that has upgraded to 24's or just knows from general knowledge, if i go with 24's will I have to upgrade things like calibers, rotors, recalibrate my speedometer or anything else that i'll have to do by choosing 24's. I've heard so much i decided to ask in the forum to see if anybody can share their experiences/knowledge. I don't have any lifts not even a level kit yet but I plan on getting the level done soon as well in the front. From everything I've read i know 24's will fit i'm just concerned about any additional parts/maintenance they would require. Thanks!
  24. Looking for the best online deal on wheels or even a wheel/tire package. Not sure where to look as this would be my first time making a wheel purchase online. Just purchased a 3.5" kit from rough country as well so I am open to ideas on size and offset. First time posting on this website but from what I've seen so far you guys can be very helpful!!
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