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 WTT Chevy 6 lug wheel & tire package. 
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Up for trade is the wheel and tire package off my silverado. Wheels are the ubiquitous 16" found on many gm's from 99-05 and wrapped in LT265/75R16's. Bfg k02's for rears and Cooper At3's for fronts. My truck is 2wd with a warmed over 5.3 and a Detroit hence the at/mt mix. Wtt for common parts and common calibers, or?? Feel free to make offers. I'm only parting ways with these because I acquired nib tahoe 18's and, you guessed it, new knobby 10ply's. These will also fit some toyota's, nissan's, isuzu's but do your homework first. These are a great upgrade from the flimsy "P" rated cheapo tires most half tons are equipped or sadly refitted with. Think of these as +P+ tires for that sweet rig of yours, lol. Thanks for looking!


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Wed Feb 17, 2021 11:13 pm
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What kind of dollar value are you looking for in return??


Thu Feb 18, 2021 9:36 am
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Well, I spent $600+ on the pair of bfg's alone, but I'm flexible. And they're not new anymore. Pm me and let's chat! thumbsup


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I'll take another look been a busy few days and get back to you.

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No worries! I didn't bother to make em all pretty but for oe wheels from a 99 they're in pretty great shape. They were on occasion wet tire shined and cross rotated frequently to avoid uneven wear. My track car has 5 sets of wheels/tires. I'm more into cars than I am 2a stuff, and the level of care shows lol. :rockout:


Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:11 pm
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Hey John, can you measure the hub hole for me?

Was gonna text but figured if you're gonna type it out it might as well go where others can see the info.

I can use new shoes on the old Isuzu, I know the bolt pattern is right, but have had trouble with the big hubs fitting in some wheels

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Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:18 am
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Here are thy spec-eths: 16"x7", 6"x5.5" or 6"x139.7mm, 31mm offset, 78.3mm center bore, 14 x 1.5mm stud. And the overall diameter of the tires is 32". The center bore for a lot of isuzu's is 108mm which is indeed larger. But being as both are stud type hubs vs the precision of european lug bolt type we would always dremel them out or use a peanut grinder if you have air. They are very strong wheels but are aluminum so the process doesn't take long, just don't forget your mask (and eyes/ears lol)! That aluminum dust is NASTY!! That essentially makes them "lug centric" vs hub centric, and the lug caps screw onto the oe lugnuts covering up any handy work. But if you have a big enough drill press or a buddy who's a machinist you could do so quite cleanly.


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That's what I was worried about. Thanks John.

They will fit my rear but not over the front hubs.

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Correct, not without a wee bit of massaging. But if thats all that's hindering you I could either do the work myself (call it a 80% job lol) or have a buddy with a good setup machine them. When I had my trooper years back I did the exact same thing due to the aftermarket "selection" being anything but, just a few dumpy ass chinesium options of narrow width. Finding good isuzu wheels is like finding other isuzu's, they're few and far between. I went with the 1st gen silverado wheels back then, the 5 spoke directional style in 16in.


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Traction!!


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