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Old 04-11-2017, 09:10 AM   #1
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newer GM stock wheels

What is the width and backspacing on these oem GM wheels? Are there any fitment issues on a Dana 60 and 14bff? Any strength problems for towing and hauling?

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Old 04-11-2017, 09:31 AM   #2
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Re: newer GM stock wheels

They fit fine on my d60 and 14ff. Sucked in a bit much for me (backspacing) Not too bad , I just liked the fatter looking ones. I will be switching to steelies soon though with stock caps. A fellow on here said he would open up the 3/4 ton units to fit the d60. Looks nice and tough from the factory. I think they are still on in my signature pics or my home page.
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Re: newer GM stock wheels

thanks JJ, are these 7" wide?
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Re: newer GM stock wheels

I want to say they are but I might be off a bit. The ones I have now are 8" but the offset is different too.
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Re: newer GM stock wheels

looks like not to be a bad deal ... if that is what your looking for
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Old 04-11-2017, 06:43 PM   #6
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Re: newer GM stock wheels

Well i called and found out they are 6.75" width. I didn't know they made such a critter. Got them for a little less without the tires. I'll powder coat them a satin black and run a 235/85 winter knobby on them. Tall and skinny!
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