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Old 02-09-2015, 02:46 PM   #1
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39-42 inch tires for 16.5 inch wheel

Gonna Have to cancel this wanted add, Just found out today the repair bill for my AC Unit is going to be 2700 bucks so Im just going to have to be happy with what I have, Sorry for any inconvenience, hopefully some of yall understand how this stuff goes...
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Old 02-09-2015, 04:44 PM   #2
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I have some 38.5 SX's that could be bought for that price... pm me a # for some pics
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not mine and not 16.5s or 17s, but they come with rims
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not mine and not 16.5s or 17s, but they come with rims
Super swampers 14/42-15 lt

I appreciate it man But but Im not for sure if a 15inch wheel will go on a GMC k25 with 8 lug. I should have specified my bolt pattern and truck, unless there is something that I dont know...Id be up for it possibly if the bolt pattern matched mine and it would work with my axles
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Judging by the wheels in the pics, they look to be 5-lug, so they wont work. However, 15" wheels will work on a chevy 60 or 8-lug 10-bolt, whichever you have. I think the stock wheels for those years are 15s anyways. Just an fyi.
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Judging by the wheels in the pics, they look to be 5-lug, so they wont work. However, 15" wheels will work on a chevy 60 or 8-lug 10-bolt, whichever you have. I think the stock wheels for those years are 15s anyways. Just an fyi.
Ok awesome! if they were 8 lug I would be interested however they are not but I appreciate the information and trying! Let me know if something comes up or you find some 8 lug 15 inch wheels for cheap! haha

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15's only work on a 60 if the calipers are ground down or really deep backspacing. 16's fit easily no problem.

I run 15's with 2.5" backspacing. My calipers were already ground down quite a bit when i purchased my axle. But even with the very little BS it looks like it would have needed just a little bit to clear everything.
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Come up with another 600 and I can sell my 16.5 tsl.
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Come up with another 600 and I can sell my 16.5 tsl.
I tell you what I will go buy a 5 dollar scratch off and if i win 500 or so I will buy em! haha I wish man I know I need to spend more to get better quality and to be honest Im bout to get a pretty good income tax return but instead of spending it on the gmc Ima have to blow all of it on "bulletproofing" my ford. if the guy can get it done for what he says he can then I might be able to come up on my budget! Ill let you know!
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15's only work on a 60 if the calipers are ground down or really deep backspacing. 16's fit easily no problem.

I run 15's with 2.5" backspacing. My calipers were already ground down quite a bit when i purchased my axle. But even with the very little BS it looks like it would have needed just a little bit to clear everything.
Good info! I will keep that in mind in my search, thank you!

here is a pic of the set up I have now let me know what yall think....too small meaning there seems to be too much room between top of tire and bottom of fender and top of wheel well to me? Even though front fenders are new Im not scared to trim...





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Brakeline sure looks srtretched
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Brakeline sure looks srtretched

Yea they are not exactly lose I bought the extended brake lines for supposedly the lift but they didn't add a whole lot I guess
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Old 02-17-2015, 09:46 AM   #14
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Thanks for all the replys and info...as of right now I am going to see how the 38.5 SXs play out and then go from there, I will keep everyone updated thanks again!
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So I found on craigslist here in victoria a pair of 39.5/15 r16.5 TSL's thinking bout giving him an offer however I dont think the chances of me finding 2 more used in that size are pretty slim....any thoughts?

Nevermind all that excitement I sent him a text and he sold them this morning so that is all out the window
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