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Old 08-19-2016, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default 6 lug GM for 92 HB?

Will the factory 6 lug wheels from a 99 GM truck for a 93 hardbody without modifying any body panels?
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Old 08-19-2016, 08:24 PM   #2
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Wheels may need to be modified depending on what year and model GM truck they are from.
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1999 fullsize Silveardo. They're 16", but not sure of the width. I know they're 6 lug. But curious about the offset also.
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They will have to have the center holes bored out to 4" to fit.
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They will have to have the center holes bored out to 4" to fit.
Has anyone got any pics or know anyone running that style? I can get all 4 for $100 and think they would look pretty cool after stripping and coating.
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16 x 7 per this site:

http://www.originalwheels.com/chevro...do1999rims.php
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I found this info also, I'm completely ignorant about offset. If I modify the centers they should be a good fit?
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16 x 7″
Bolt Pattern:
6 x 5.5″ (139.7 mm)
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31 mm
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Yes they will fit, you'll just need to get the center bore enlarged, either by a machine shop or do it yourself(there's a video J2code posted here: http://www.infamousnissan.com/forum/...&postcount=183).

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be careful when doing chevy wheels i when i got the the last 1/4" some thing happened and it caught deeper messed the wheel up

not sure what i did wrong ruined one wheel
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I wonder what could have happened? I thought the bit in the video had a roller guide that eliminated that possibility.
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