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Devout Hedonist
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Do they fit? I know F150's had at least 17" wheels to clear the brakes. I don't have my GM truck brochure in front of me, and wanted to know while I was thinking about it.

Anyone?
 

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U Mirin' Brah?
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im pretty sure you cant, and even some nbs cant have them..but double check
 

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Resident Metal Head
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Needs 17's or higher or else you won't clear the calipers.
Been this way since the 05's
 

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Officially Tucking Tire
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Needs 17's or high or else you won't clear the calipers.
Been this way since the 05's
:word:

why would you want 16s anyway?:crazy:
 

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Devout Hedonist
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
!!

Thanks for the info. I haven't had a GM truck since 2004, so I am out of the loop.

on1wheel06,
To answer your question: I have a like-new set of (5) 295/75/16 BFG AT's I can have for dirt cheap if/when I get some lift on this truck. Plus, where I live we get seasonal snowfall totals in the range of 200". Bigger wheels tend to collect snow and shimmy all day long until you get out and clean them. It's a PITA - an annoying, cold PITA at that!!
 

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I rule!
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you can put them on the rear (for the track). Should be able fit 15s with rear drums.
 
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