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Summit15101

Rims fit from a 2010 to a 1997?

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Hello I am wondering if the stock wheels off a 2010 will fit a 1997 Sierra? The bolt pattern looks the same

 

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The 6lug gm wheels are the same patterns throughout the years. You'll have to verify exact fitment for yourself. There are tons of pics of gmt400's with 800, 900, k2 wheels on them, just do a quick google search. 

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1 hour ago, MywifesSilverado said:

Yes they will, but you have to get different lug nuts. I have Toyota rims on my 1991k1500.

No need to change the lug nuts.

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I’ve put 2010 GMT900 wheels on my 1997 GMT400 k1500 and put the same 2010 wheels on 2018 K2xx. Lugnuts from the 2010 worked just fine on all 3 trucks. 

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1 hour ago, MywifesSilverado said:

Toyota lug nuts won't work, and the rims are hub centric. So unless you have hub centric GM lug nuts you do !!

I just have to ask you, WHY do you keep bringing up Toyota? The OP ask :

 

On 7/17/2019 at 11:46 AM, Summit15101 said:

Hello I am wondering if the stock wheels off a 2010 will fit a 1997 Sierra? The bolt pattern looks the same

 

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