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A friend of mine has a 2007 silverado with 265/70/17 could I use these rims and tires for a week or two without damaging my transfer case? My rims are going in for powder coating and don't want any down time. Thanks!
 

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No, I believe the silverado has a differnt bolt pattern than us. 5.5 on 6??? and we are 5 on 6.
 

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I have no idea what 5.5 on 6 means, but it is a 6 lug rim:dunno:
 

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I have no idea what 5.5 on 6 means, but it is a 6 lug rim:dunno:
The spacing of the 6 lugs is different. The fullsize uses 5.5" and ours use 5". So in other words they will not bolt up without an adapter.

Then even if they did that tire would be too tall for the tbss front suspension unless they were spaced way out.
 

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No, I believe the silverado has a differnt bolt pattern than us. 5.5 on 6??? and we are 5 on 6.
Ya your right I just measured from the center of the lugs and mine is 5-6 and the silverado is 5.5-6 thanks for the help.
 

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Ya your right I just measured from the center of the lugs and mine is 5-6 and the silverado is 5.5-6 thanks for the help.
:coolthumb: Sorry for the poor description earlier. :)
 
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