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Need to know what the tallest tire you can run using 20" rims on a 4/6 drop please. Truck is a stepside.


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Do any of these numbers help you doods out?

20X8.5 6-139.7HC 6C
 

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Well, 6-139.7 is the metric version of 6x5.5. HC = Hub Circle. I am not sure what 6C means.
 
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IntroWheels said:
Well, 6-139.7 is the metric version of 6x5.5. HC = Hub Circle. I am not sure what 6C means.
I think the 6C is 6 lug
 
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Y2KSierra said:
what brand of wheel and how large of a tire do you want to run?
Centerlines, I want enough tire to where it will fit up in the wells, dont want anything less than a 45 sidewall I guess
 

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Centerlines, I want enough tire to where it will fit up in the wells, dont want anything less than a 45 sidewall I guess
Ey dood, those will rub with a 275/45 dood.

They'll work fine with the 245/40, and might work with the 255/45 if you roll the fender lips.
 

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mood_indigo said:
6 is offset in mm which is 5 inches of bs on that wheel.
c is chrome
Im glad someone knows a damn thing about wheels! :anitoof:
 

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01GMC said:
Soooooo 245/40/20's it is my brotha. Or you can be like me and run 255/35/20's, heck you can get stupid and run a 245/35/20. :anitoof:
I think 255/45-20s might be doable (VicReds tires) ..... Toyo makes them and they are about the only one who does. I wish I could have ran them, a little more sidewall.
 

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Centerline does make 8.5 . I know this because we cut a few of them for them.
 
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