I didnt know what forum to put this in so Ill ask it here. Does anyone know if the new SS wheels will tuck on a 99-02 Chevy Truck? I want to put the chrome ones on mine
i havent seen the specs on them yet. most stock wheels do tuck, they should. to me they stick out a little much tho :shrug:chaddurst said:I didnt know what forum to put this in so Ill ask it here. Does anyone know if the new SS wheels will tuck on a 99-02 Chevy Truck? I want to put the chrome ones on mine
R u sure your wheels have diff. back spacin or is it that the truck isn't a perfect rectangle. I dont know exactly how to explain it but if u take a tape measure and measure from your front wheel well to your roll pan on one side of your truck and do the same for the other side you will notice that one side is longer by about an 1" or so. Joe from A. I. said it was for safety reasons, I dont exactly remember how this is a safety precaution. That extra 1" causes the rear end to shift to one side and makes one of your wheels look like they have a diff. back spacing. Try measuring and let me know if im right. Joe measured my truck and he was right on the nose.2k1slvrdo said:My intros have different back spacing between the left and right side.
aren't they slower than the 02 5.3 SCSB? i thought the ss was running high 15s... i know ewogo was like low/mid 15s on 20s...350SS said:Neither of those pictures are of real SS's they only come in extended cab with a 3/4ton chassis to support the torque of the 6.0. It should have been put on a regular cab like all the ones in the past have but I guess GM didn't think it would sell that way. That is why they are slower than the lightning, huge weight differance.