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Tire size comparability


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So, I found a sweet set of rims at 20"×10.0, too sexy to pass on.. and the closest tire I can find for my all terrain preference is 275/60/R20. I've seen people use that configuration on Ram. Has anyone seen it on chev? Or anyone currently running it? I would love to see a picture or something.. or anything else you can advise.. looking for a budget upgrade. And thid ended up being the perfect set up to my appealing eye. Just hope it will work. Any thoughts?

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Your best bet for a truly good answer would be the correct forum section on this site:

 

2014 - 2019 Silverado & Sierra - GM-Trucks.com

 

This is the T1 new body 2019+up section, so some of the answers you might get here aren't 100% for your truck which is a 2019 LD old body per your trailer brake thread.

 

That said, 275/60R20 should fit without a level on a factory wheel.  It might slightly rub in a spot or two.  On an aftermarket wheel, I can't say for sure as offset and wheel width will have a lot of play involved in that.

 

I would check the 2014-2019 section for any wheel and tire fitment threads and see if anything there stands out.  

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Being an LD, your available wheel options are different than the T1's due to different offsets/backspacing, fender clearances, and suspension clearances.  What works on an LD will not necessarily work on a T1 so you would be limiting yourself by asking T1 owners "What Fits?".   I would try the other forum for best results.

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1 hour ago, Troyce Reimer said:

I would love to see a picture or something.. or anything else you can advise.. looking for a budget upgrade. And thid ended up being the perfect set up to my appealing eye. Just hope it will work. Any thoughts?

https://www.customwheeloffset.com/wheel-offset-gallery

 

check out their searchable gallery for different wheel sizes, etc.

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275/60R20 is a current GM pickup factory size. 

 

Current 20's in use:

 

QAB   Tires, 275/60R20 all-season, blackwall
1 - Standard and only available on 2WD models.
--    S    --    A    A    A    --    whitebox.gif    whitebox.gif1
QAE   Tires, 275/60R20SL all-terrain, blackwall
1 - Requires (RD5) 20" wheels. Includes (QAQ) spare tire.
2 - Includes (QAQ) spare tire.
3 - Standard on 4WD models. Available as a free flow option on 2WD models.
--    A    A1 A2 A    A2 A1 A2 whitebox.gif3
QFV   Tires, LT265/60R20 blackwall Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT
1 - Requires (RD5) 20" wheels.
--    --    A1 --    --    --    A1 --    --   
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