Jump to content
  • Sign up for FREE! Become a GM-Trucks.com Member Today!

    In 20 seconds you can become part of the worlds largest and oldest community discussing General Motors, Chevrolet and GMC branded pickups, crossovers, and SUVs. From buying research to owner support, join 1.5 MILLION GM Truck Enthusiasts every month who use GM-Trucks.com as a daily part of their ownership experience. 

22" CK165 - Tire options, sizes and experiences


BlackDenali6.2
 Share

Recommended Posts

Hey guys,

 

I am looking for a good tire to use for summer time, on-road driving. My truck is a 2014 Denali and I have the SEY CK156 22" rims waiting to get thrown on. I have heard of most trucks running a 275/45r22 no problem, anyone running a different size for this rim size? photos?

 

I am wondering what tires people have run and how they performed on their truck. The internet is full of reviews but most are not applicable to heavier vehicles.

 

I look forward to hearing some recommendations. :lurk:

 

post-128123-0-36922500-1393540466.jpg

post-128123-0-36922500-1393540466.jpg

post-128123-0-36922500-1393540466.jpg

post-128123-0-36922500-1393540466.jpg

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 5 weeks later...

I just ordered this wheel this weekend. Going to install it on my 2014 Sierra SLT Crew Cab with Z71 Off Road with 6.2. I ordered the Bridgetsone A/T Revo 2 tire. Had the A/T Revos on a 2006 Armada Off-Road. Great tire on that vehicle. Can't wait to get them installed this week on the Sierra :-)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...

I just ordered this wheel this weekend. Going to install it on my 2014 Sierra SLT Crew Cab with Z71 Off Road with 6.2. I ordered the Bridgetsone A/T Revo 2 tire. Had the A/T Revos on a 2006 Armada Off-Road. Great tire on that vehicle. Can't wait to get them installed this week on the Sierra :-)

Who has the best price on a set of ck156 wheels?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I ordered mine from shopgmcparts.com. They have them at the wholesale price of $429 each. However, mine have been on backorder since 3/31 with a 30 - 45 day wait. I have order other things from them and received very prompt delivery. I'm willing to wait a little while because of the price. The tires have arrived and being held for me until the wheels arrive.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...

Unfortunately, I haven't had any luck ordering these wheels. They say this part is an LPO part that hasn't been released to the general public for ordering. It's been 36 days since the order was placed and the status is still "30-45 days". I have called shopgmcparts.com, gmcpartsnow.com and my local dealer. All 3 have confirmed that this is the case even though there are wheels in stock. They're reserved for dealer-ordered vehicles. I guess I'll cancel my order.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Unfortunately, I haven't had any luck ordering these wheels. They say this part is an LPO part that hasn't been released to the general public for ordering. It's been 36 days since the order was placed and the status is still "30-45 days". I have called shopgmcparts.com, gmcpartsnow.com and my local dealer. All 3 have confirmed that this is the case even though there are wheels in stock. They're reserved for dealer-ordered vehicles. I guess I'll cancel my order.

That is 100% correct. Only way to order these is through an LPO. Any online GM shop cannot sell them to you regardless if the site says they can. They will get hit with a chargeback from GM if they do and it's extremely pricey.

 

As soon as they release them wholesale, we will be back in the wheel business as we have sold hundreds of GM accessory wheels in the past.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

285/45R22 Bridgestone Dueler A/T. By far the best tires I've ever owned.

 

Capture-1.jpg

 

20140430_140503.jpeg

Edited by Luster
Link to comment
Share on other sites

2015 GMC Yukon Denali

 

I just recently ordered these (CK156) from shopchevyparts.com (the shipping was cheaper than shopgmcparts.com) and a set of Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza tires (P285/45R-22) from TireRack.com (since these are the OEM tires for the optional 22" wheels on the new Yukons). I received an email from TireRack.com saying that the tires had shipped, but then shortly after, I received an email from shopchevyparts.com saying that the wheels are on backorder with an anticipated availability in 45-60 days.

 

After reading this page, I'm not sure 45-60 days will be accurate. I also learned about this whole LPO stuff and confirmed that the neither the local dealership nor the ADI (accessory distributor installer) could do anything about it since LPOs have to be purchased when placing the original vehicle order. I did find out that the ADI does have 16 in stock. Oh well.

 

So I'm not sure how to proceed: wait (indefinitely), cancel my wheel order with shopchevyparts.com, go with another GM wheel (not sure I like the other ones as much), or go with a new non-GM wheel that I can also use with the lonely 22" tires sitting in my garage (which comes at a risk of potentially dealing with "using non-GM parts voids the warranty" lines that dealerships like to try and say even though the warranty item being fixed is not even related).

 

Also not sure who to be more frustrated with:

- GMC false advertising/marketing who lists these wheels as an accessory in the brochure (Pg 33 - http://www.gmc.com/content/dam/GMC/global/master/nscwebsite/en/home/Vehicles/Current_Vehicles/2015_Yukon/Model_Overview/02_PDF/2015-Yukon.pdf) but failing to mention the major point that you can only purchase certain accessories at time of vehicle factory order.

- That they only list 3 of the 8 22" wheel options when you "Build & Price" a new vehicle on gmc.com.

- That they only list 5 of the 8 22" wheel options on gmcaccessories.com

- Or with the whole LPO concept/bureaucracies in general by which I learned that the local ADI actually has 16 of these in stock but are unable to take my money (for GM/GMC/ADI/Local Dealership profits). It's like hey, here's a few grand for some extra stuff you have lying around. But they're like nah, it looks so pretty sitting over there...so much better than having actual dollars.

Edited by kcwood247
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Looks pretty sweet Luster! Thanks for posting some pics.

Thanks... I knew those wheels were hard to get. So, when I did my vehicle search, I made sure to specify 22" wheels, which narrowed the search to about 5% of the trucks on the dealer lots. I found this one with the exact options I wanted at Karl Chevrolet in Ankeny, IA... about 3 hours away from KC where I live and Hendrick Chev did a dealer trade.

 

There was a member of this Forum that had some CK156's for sale.... I'll try to find the link.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

2015 GMC Yukon Denali

 

I just recently ordered these (CK156) from shopchevyparts.com (the shipping was cheaper than shopgmcparts.com) and a set of Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza tires (P285/45R-22) from TireRack.com (since these are the OEM tires for the optional 22" wheels on the new Yukons). I received an email from TireRack.com saying that the tires had shipped, but then shortly after, I received an email from shopchevyparts.com saying that the wheels are on backorder with an anticipated availability in 45-60 days.

 

After reading this page, I'm not sure 45-60 days will be accurate. I also learned about this whole LPO stuff and confirmed that the neither the local dealership nor the ADI (accessory distributor installer) could do anything about it since LPOs have to be purchased when placing the original vehicle order. I did find out that the ADI does have 16 in stock. Oh well.

 

So I'm not sure how to proceed: wait (indefinitely), cancel my wheel order with shopchevyparts.com, go with another GM wheel (not sure I like the other ones as much), or go with a new non-GM wheel that I can also use with the lonely 22" tires sitting in my garage (which comes at a risk of potentially dealing with "using non-GM parts voids the warranty" lines that dealerships like to try and say even though the warranty item being fixed is not even related).

 

Also not sure who to be more frustrated with:

- GMC false advertising/marketing who lists these wheels as an accessory in the brochure (Pg 33 - http://www.gmc.com/content/dam/GMC/global/master/nscwebsite/en/home/Vehicles/Current_Vehicles/2015_Yukon/Model_Overview/02_PDF/2015-Yukon.pdf) but failing to mention the major point that you can only purchase certain accessories at time of vehicle factory order.

- That they only list 3 of the 8 22" wheel options when you "Build & Price" a new vehicle on gmc.com.

- That they only list 5 of the 8 22" wheel options on gmcaccessories.com

- Or with the whole LPO concept/bureaucracies in general by which I learned that the local ADI actually has 16 of these in stock but are unable to take my money (for GM/GMC/ADI/Local Dealership profits). It's like hey, here's a few grand for some extra stuff you have lying around. But they're like nah, it looks so pretty sitting over there...so much better than having actual dollars.

Shopchevyparts estimate is probably a blanket response. I ordered a drivers assist handle from them and was told it was on backorder for 30 to 45 days. Received a call a day later and was told they got some in Stock and did I want to keep the order. So it might not be as long as a wait as you're thinking.

 

Sent via Samsung Note II

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Similar Content

    • By Westwildcat
      I have heard that GM can tell of I have been speeding with my truck when they hook up their computer to it. Is that true? That's not really my issue, but somewhat related topic is can they tell i tried a burnout with my new truck? I did one for 5-10 seconds and am just wondering if that information can be read with their diagnostics system?
       
      Thanks!
    • By Westwildcat
      I have a question I hope someone can help me with. I decided to try doing a burnout with my truck today for the first time. I did one for about 5-10 seconds, or tried to with some success. Now I have a check engine light and the truck runs like $h!t. Wont get up to highway speed and transmission doesnt shift properly. When at an idle it runs rough. I tried hooking the obd2 test tool to the truck under the dash, and two codes come up.
       
      P228c - fuel pressure regulator
      P0089 - fuel pressure regulator.
       
      I tried the erase button and it did nothing. 
       
      I attached 3 notifications I received when this happened.
       
      I'm going to take the truck to dealership tomorrow.
       
      Any ideas on what this is?
       
      Will warranty be void since I was trying to do a burnout?
       
      Any help or thoughts on my situation is appreciated.
       
      Thanks
       



    • By RunGMConly
      http://www.shopgmcparts.com/wheels/2014-sierra-1500-inch-wheel-high-gloss-black-ck162-sev-single/gm/19301162-p-1233.html
      22x9 - 24mm offset
       
      Okay so I have a 2014 GMC Sierra 4x4 Z71 Crew and recently I was gifted with the CK162 SEV 22" rims, as seen in the link above.  I understand most people go with the 285/45 rubbers but I was wondering if anyone has tried going up a size or two? The 285/45 isn't enough rubber for me.  I have read of one user claiming he fit a 305 on his truck, which I believe would work, and is what I was planning on doing as I'm hoping a zone 1.5" (open to the 3.5") body lift kit will work for it. I currently have a 2" RC level kit installed. Has anyone done this? Also, has anyone been crazy enough to try a 325? Any idea how wide I can actually go? Mostly looking for someone's expertise with this and more valuably somebody's experience. I'm open to the idea to minor trimming, but not too enthusiastic about adding wheel spacers, unless it is temporarily and a modification isn't too expensive down the road that can accommodate. I think the 305/325 rubbers will greatly reduce rim damage with the sidewalls. I'm not 4x4'n all the time however I'm bouncing around in work yards and lumber routes.  
       
      A 285/45(11.2)/R22 is a 32.1" Tire. (5" sidewall) - Don't want. 
      A 305/45(12)/R22 is a 32.8" Tire. (Thinking Nitto Terra Grapplers/Coopers) (5.4" sidewall) Good balance.
      A 325/50(12.8)/R22 is a 34.8" Tire. (Thinking Nitto Terra Grapplers/Coopers) (6.4" sidewall) Great balance. (But $1000ish in rubber)
      I believe this rim will accommodate even larger tires, but then its a price issue as well as vehicle limitation. Given I got these rims for free, I'm okay with going with an expensive tire.   
       
      I am pondering the idea of a 3.5" Zone body lift and removing my 2" RC level, however I also want feedback for this. Anyone with a 3.5" Body kit experience any problems or have concerns regarding strain/stress on any mechanical components, such as the drive shaft, steering column, etc. Can a 325 be accomplished with a 1.5" Zone body lift + 2" RC level?
       
      I'm not sure how well the Sierra's/Silverado's compatibility is with a 305 tire, but if minor trimming works I'm game. Preferably a 325. I've scanned through these forums but not a lot available for a 22" rim setup. Would love to clear a 35" tire with minimal lift/cost.  I know I am asking a lot of questions here but I'm sure someone has been down this road and found something that worked without a crazy lift kit. 
       
      So who has been down this road? 
       
    • By 16sierraOM
      I'm having some problems with my truck not burning out. It's a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 I know it can burnout it did it very will when I had it stock. I just installed cold air intake long tube headers and a custom tune,and now after I got it tune it won't burn out. Traction control is off its like if I have no power at all. But once rolling that's when the power gets put down. Any help would be great thank you
    • By 1slow03
      I have a 2003 Silverado LS extended cab that only burns iu from one wheel, I've done research and found out it's an open diffential since I do not have G80 in my Glove box. While doing research I found out to burnout two wheels I need to buy a G80 Eaton differential lock or a Detroit tru trac. I see people saying tru trac is better. I have no knowlege about this.
      G80 or Tru Trac
      How much will it cost for the lock and to get it installed in California?
      Do I have to buy the lock or a whole new axle?
      will I be able to burnout with two tires with G80 and Tru Trac?
      I haven't tried burning out just assuming. It's burning one tire since there is no G80 in my glove box
      i want to take this truck to truck invasion to burnout so will it also be able to drift with either the trutrac or g80?
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
  • Forum Statistics

    241.4k
    Total Topics
    1.4m
    Total Posts
  • Member Statistics

    305,141
    Total Members
    8,960
    Most Online
    patrick spires
    Newest Member
    patrick spires
    Joined



×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.