Great calculator to answer if a new wheel/tire will fit.

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  1. Steve

    Steve I don't own a lowrider

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    http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp

    http://www.bigcustomwheels.com/rt_specs.jsp

    We have a lot of questions regarding if specific wheels will fit in both dropped and lifted applications. The above calculator will give you a lot of information to answer your questions. I ran across it and wanted to post it since it is very useful and can help a lot of people out. Just enter your stock wheel information and it will tell you how much farther the new wheel/tire will stick out, how much closer it will be to the suspension components, speedo error, etc.
     
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    blazerida88 draggin the dimes

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    nice find
     
  3. Trevor F

    Trevor F GMFS Senior Member

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    any other place like this? cant get this to come up anymore
     
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    theholycow AllOffTopic.com FTW!

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    Charles This is a bunch of shit!

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    Just a tip. If you aren't 100% sure on what stock is, if you go in and pick wheels based off of the year and model of your truck it saves that when you go back to the sizing guide and loads the stock size on the left.
     
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    chevyninja Official Ninja

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    I have been looking for something like this. Thanks.
     
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    h0tr0d 2005 Crew

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    This is a good one. Thanks!
     
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    What are the wheel width's and offsets of:

    • NNBS OEM 17" GMC Wheel
    • NNBS OEM 20" GMC Wheel
    • NNBS OEM 22" GMC Wheel
    • NNBS OEM 17" Chevy Wheel
    • NNBS OEM 20" Chevy Wheel

    This might be beneficial to those who would like a comparison as well.
     
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    BowHunter415 Banned From GMFS

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    Sweet
     
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    Silverado MAX Yea its all black....

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    nice site thanks
     
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    z3ro I has a Chebby

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    i have found that www.1010tires.com has the best calculator.
    it gives you radius, circumference, width, etc, etc, and gives you speedometer differences between stock and aftermarket sizes, and you can choose up to i think 7 different sizes to compare at one time to your stock size.
     
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    does anyone know the offset of the factory work truck wheels? i need it for comparison
     
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    +31mm or +32mm depending on rim.
     
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    thanks man. i dont think escalade 22's will clear my bedsides :(
     
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    I was looking at some 22x9.5" KMC Slides with at +38 offest and a 6.75 BS... Does anyone know how these will fit or if I will have any problems? I will have a leveling kit and 33" tires.
     
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    im looking for a good wheel and tire set up im thinking about running 22" rims on 37X13.50 tires how ever i dont think thats gonna be wide enough for the look i am going for can i get a diff offset to make the rim and tire stick out more? should i use wheel spacers just wondering baout thoes iv always been told there bad news.. any help wold do
     
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