I was looking to run a 37" BF Goodrich Baja TA military takeoff tire that requires a 16.5" rim this coming winter potentially to save my chrome 22x14's from pitting due to any salt that may be thrown out on the roads (snow usually isn't bad here in eastern NC but the NCDOT will sling out salt & sand any time there's a slight chance of freezing rain). I got tired of having to wash my rims weekly last winter and early spring with temps & wind chills still in the high 20's and lower 30's some days. so I'm contemplating looking into purchasing some cheaper aftermarket 16.5" rims from Jegs or Summit to run those 37's on my truck because I know it costs $300-500 to have the steel Hummer wheels re-centered and drilled for a 6x5.5 bolt pattern. I know the tires are fairly heavy at 80+ lbs per tire but I'm re-geared with 4.10's, a CAI and a dyno tune which I feel is sufficient enough for running heavy tires just 2 or 3 months in the winter anyway so trans temps will hopefully stay down. But any help on whether the 16.5" rims would fit over the front calipers would be greatly appreciated. I know the smallest rim size from the factory for 1500 GM's was the 17" rims but I don't think they'll work with the military takeoff tires no matter how much lube I put on there haha. thanks guys in advance for the input!