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2023 wheel offset

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I have a winter set of rims and tires I was using in my 2017 Denali 1500 and now have a 2023 Denali ultimate. Dealer tells me the offset has changed and this winter combo won’t fit up properly on the new truck. I have tried a couple different tire shops to get clarification on this and keep running into tire shop guys scratching their heads. My winters are 20” rims on 275/60 r20’s and my ultimate is 22’s on 275/50 r22’s. Anyone know for sure if this can be used besides the TPMS being different sensors. Mainly a question on the offset

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I believe the offset is 28. Check out the specs on some of these sets. I have no affiliation with this seller or their site.

I found them while looking for a set of Winter wheels and tires for my truck. They sell a LOT of factory sets. I too have the 275/60R20 wheel/tire setup on my Silverado and this seller shows them as having an offset of 28.



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As I understand it is the angle of the spokes on SOME rims that is the problem. 

The calipers fit inside the rim, but the spoke hits the corner of the caliper.

(There are still 17" wheels available on some trims)


In threads soon after the T1 generation was released it seemed that some previous generation factory wheels would work and some would not --- and if would depend on the angle of the wheel spokes relative to the calipers. 


Offset is the centerline of wheel relative to face of wheel that meets the wheel hub -- which doesn't directly account for the spoke/disc shape of the wheel.  Wheel could have the same offset but have different spoke angles. 




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