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Old 06-06-2019, 12:13 PM
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Default Denali wheels mounted

I couldn't find a decent set of original wheels, so I went with newer GMC wheels. 35x12.5x20

 
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Wheels look nice and I personally like 20” wheels.
 
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Old 06-06-2019, 12:26 PM
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Thanks, I was hesitant on running adapters but I made some alignment rings to make the adapters hub centric to hub and wheel. No vibration
 
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looks good,

I have the factory 20" wheels on mine and had been contemplating changing to the Denali wheels, didn't realize they where a different offset.

What size adapters did you use?

Can you post a picture from the front or rear showing where the wheels are in the wells?

Neal
 
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Old 06-06-2019, 03:55 PM
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They are 1.5 thick. I had to cut off wheel 1/4 from H2 studs

 

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On adapters/spacers when possible get hubcentric ones.... If its wheels off of a newer Chevy/GMC HD (not sure what year that they changed but I think 2011 or 2012) they went to 8x180 bolt pattern instead of 8x165. Older ones will bolt right on. Not sure about the backspacing and offset though. I had to figure all that out with the Weld wheels I recently got. Thought they were for a GM according to the seller. Pulled the junk tires off that were on them and found out they were Ford 8x170 and the wrong offset and backspace. I did a ton of measuring and determined I could use 1.5" to 2" adapters. I got 2" ones and it worked out great.

I think those new Denali HD wheels look great too!
 
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Thanks The Denali wheels are +44 offset, minus adapters, I'm at +6. My last wheels had too much negative, so the side of truck was always filthy.

 

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The Weld wheels I got are +45 offset. I did 2" adapters on mine but I also have the slightly wider LE wheel flares. Then again with the 13.5" wide tires they do still stick out a tiny bit but not terrible - maybe a half inch or so. I think those look great on yours. I like chrome wheels myself even though black wheels are the trendy thing to have. Then again, I don't consider myself trendy. lol
 
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