'07-Up GM 1500 2wd & 4wd
17x8 Custom Wheels
17x9 Custom Wheels
18x8.5 Custom Wheels
18x9 Custom Wheels
Leveling or Lift Kit Required
20x8.5 Custom Wheels
20x9 Custom Wheels
22" Custom Wheels
In 1999 GM redesigned their 1/2 trucks. Now both 2WD and 4WD trucks use the same 6/5.5 bolt pattern. All '99 to '04 trucks must use 16" or larger wheels. GM introduced rack and pinion steering on the 2WD trucks which require a hub centric wheel. Hub centric means that the center of the wheel must be the same size as the hub on the truck. In other words the wheel on the 2WD models centers on the hub instead of the lugs as past trucks had. This means that only 6 lug wheels made specifically for the GM hub will work properly on the 1999-Up 2WD 1500. Although large bore 6 lug wheels will fit on the truck, a bad vibration is experienced at higher speeds. Most wheel manufacturers have built wheels with the proper 78.3 mm hub bore. 4WD models can use both large bore (108 mm) or hub centric (78.3 mm) wheels. Tahoe and Suburban have the same characteristics as the 1500 beginning with 2000 year models. Beginning in 2005 17" wheels are required to compensate for bigger brakes. Below is a chart with recommendations for tire fitments based on wheel size.
** This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge and experience. No guarantee is implied. **
1988-1998 1500 4x4
These trucks have the same fitment characteristics and bolt pattern as '99-newer trucks.
1971-1998 1500 2WD
These year model 2WD trucks have a 5/5 bolt pattern. 1971-1987 years use 1/2 lugs, and 1988-1998 use 14mm x 1.50 lugs. The OE wheel on 1971-1987 trucks was 15x8 with a 4.0" backspace. In 1987 GM changed to 15x7 with 4.0" backspace. These trucks can fit up to 10" wide wheels as long as the tire size does not exceed 28".
These 3/4 ton trucks take 16" or larger wheels with a 8/6.5 bolt pattern. They use 14mm x 1.50 lugs. OE wheels for 1988-1999 were 16x7 with a 4.0" backspace. OE wheels for 2000-newer trucks is 16x7 with 5.0" backspace. Below is a chart with recommendations for tire fitments based on wheel size.
2000-Newer Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade, Suburban
These trucks have the same fitment characteristics and bolt pattern as 1999-newer 1500 trucks. Refer to the chart above for 1999-newer 1500 for tire size recommendations based on wheel size. Keep in mind that 2005 and newer Tahoes and Suburbans require 17" or larger wheels.
1992-1999 4WD Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade, Suburban
These trucks have the same fitment characteristics and bolt pattern as 1999-newer 1500 trucks. Refer to the chart above for 1999-newer 1500 for tire size recommendations based on wheel size.
1992-1999 2WD Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade, Suburban
These trucks have a 5/5 bolt pattern and use a 14mm x 1.50 lug.
Trailblazer & Envoy
These new trucks have a new 6/5 bolt pattern. These trucks use high offset wheels so tires larger than recommended sizes will require body modification.
Colorado & Canyon
These trucks have the old 6/5.5 bolt pattern with the large hub bore. That means that wheels made for 2WD 1999-newer 1500 with the 78.3mm hub bore will not fit. These trucks also have a high offset wheel so tires larger than recommended sizes will require body modification.
The 2WD S10 has a 5/4.75 bolt pattern and uses 12mm x 1.50 lugs. Below is a chart with recommended tire sizes based on wheel size.
The 4x4 S10 has the same 5/4.75 bolt pattern as the 2WD, but it has a high positive offset like a front wheel drive car might. Because of this high offset, only high offset wheels with factory tire sizes will fit properly. Any other offset or larger tires require body modifications.
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