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Newer Model Wheels on Older Models


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Guys, will wheels off newer models fit older model GMC Sierras? I have an 02 Sierra and I found a set of AT4 pull offs for a reasonable price. I want to buy them. I think they would look great on my truck

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  • MS_Sierra changed the title to Newer Model Wheels on Older Models
15 hours ago, SC Dean said:

Yes. Not sure about your tire but these are 22s on an 08.

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Thanks. I believe the tires will fit. I have 265s on the truck now. The main thing I was concerned about were the wheels fitting over the hubs and the brakes.

 

Those wheels look great on your truck.

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I'm told that the bolt pattern is slightly different from 2011 and newer, but up to 2010 should fit.  Prior to 2011, the bolt pattern was 8x165, and newer is 8x180.  As long as you know what year the vehicle those came off fits with yours, you should be fine.  I like the look of that AT4 wheels.  Where did you find them?  I would like to switch from the wide 17x11s I have on my truck now to closer to stock.  I'm pretty sure I can run 285/70-17s on my current rims, but I'd like to go smaller, so it's easier for my wife to get up into the truck.  She's only 5'5" tall, so the 6" lift plus body lift of unknown height is a bit much for her.

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