If we receive your question after 5 p. Like I said daily driver as of now so doesn't need to be squeezing as much tire in there as possible, just something realistic. One thing that I don't see in some of the responces is the year. Driving through loose dirt, gravel or mud on construction sites can cause damage to aluminum alloy wheels, but steel wheels can better withstand that type of abuse. If you custom build a rearend, you will simply just have to measure for wheels. What's the back spacing of those rims and the overall height of your tires if you wouldn't mind letting me know. The best honest answer to your question is measure thrice and buy once.
It has 5 lug wheels. Both trucks ran a 3. I am going to do a few things with them so they wont just be black. One major benefit of having steel wheels on Chevrolet cars is that they add more weight to your Chevrolet, which is recommended when living in an area that experiences inclement weather. So he will be sending these across the Atlantic along with the rims, hubcaps, nuts, valve stems and a few other bits and pieces. I'd like to find a set of stock wheels, but don't know how to identify them, particularly the offset and backspacing. In fact I just got them back from the powdercoaters.
The 67-70 rearends are about 1. Normal street driving conditions were fine. The rears fit good, but still rub on the inner bedsides during hard cornering. So what works for a 70-72 will not necessarely work for a 67-69. Per the measurements I gave them. Cost-effective, sturdy, durable, and long-lasting, high-quality replacement steel wheels are a great option for your Chevrolet. Need the data to do something like this.
Take a moment to drop by and shop our products If you don't find what you're looking for, shoot us an email webmaster 73-87chevytrucks. Those will work but they are not the proper ralley wheel for the 72. Cranky eh Just trying to help you pick a tire size that will work. If so, this becomes a lot easier. This is the perfect fit, for his 4. No problems, only good results.
Used steel wheels are factory wheels, usually dealership take-offs, that are low mileage, in almost new condition and at a substantially lower price than new Chevrolet steel wheels or even reconditioned Chevrolet steel wheels. Thanks for any and all help you folks can provide! Steel truck wheels are also beneficial to work trucks. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done! Well I'd like to see some pics but I also see your point about all the bitchers. I would appreciate your feedback. My goal is to run something in the realm of 315-345 rear tire and somewhere between a 275-305 big difference, I know in the front.
Well I'd like to see some pics but I also see your point about all the bitchers. I used the sketch to determined what backspacing was possible based on suspension interferences. This summer, I ran a few mud boggs, for those, i used a set of 33x12. Anyway, thanks again for your reply. But I widened the bed 4 inches, mini tubbed it and rolled the fender lip.
I was curious of what other guys are running, to get into the realm of 345 in the back and 295's-305's up front. I have found a set on ebay, but I need to know if these are the correct type, correct size, correct hole spacing etc. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Those will work but they are not the proper ralley wheel for the 72. Here's a picture of 72BlckButy's truck. I see it in the magazines all the time but they never mention the offset of the wheels. It sucks not being able to hear! I nothced a section of the control arms and made some other adjustments to limit travel.
So, in summary -- without a lift kit and custom backspacing on the rims -- a 29 inch tall by 9 inch wide tire is about the max you can go unless you don't mind tire rub. An alternative might be a set of wheels from Wheel Vintiques I rather like the 33 series myself. We add new items all of the time. The inside lip of the wheel rubbed the lower control arm at full lock. You can also go to to get more info and answers.
I wanted to develop an overall game plan that basically will revolve around my desired wheel and tire combo. Without knowing the backspacing we can't help you to determine what tire size will fit on your truck. However the supplier I was talking to has come back to me and as we speak he is blasting and spraying a nice set of rally wheels for me. This will include getting the wheels and tires right. Can you go any wider? Here is just a picture of one wheel and tire.