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Hey, new here, and been searching for this answer all night.
Came across an old friend that has a set of 22" Escalade wheels he's going to sell me for an incredibly good deal.
I have a 2000 Silverado 2wd RCSB, and wondered if anyone knew if these would mount up without rubbing?
Thanks everyone.
 

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Hey, new here, and been searching for this answer all night.
Came across an old friend that has a set of 22" Escalade wheels he's going to sell me for an incredibly good deal.
I have a 2000 Silverado 2wd RCSB, and wondered if anyone knew if these would mount up without rubbing?
Thanks everyone.
They will be fine, I'm running 22" CK's, most 20" and 22" GM wheels are 29mm-31mm positive offset. No rubbing at all, even with a 5/7 drop.
 

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I guess I should say they might rub depending on tire size, I have 265/35/22's on my truck with zero issues. Are you leaving it stock height, lowering, lifting?
 

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I had a set of cheap 22s with 305/40/22 only rubbin i had was full lock on the sway bar an it was only minor jus takin off the paint.
 

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I think you meant to say factory wheels are pos offset
 

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Thanks guys.
For now I plan leaving stock height. Just going bit by bit.
Truck is pretty clean. I've had it for 12 years. Just starting to get some issues on the rockers which I need to address. Just by chance I came across this guy with the wheels.
 
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