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Need some good knowledgeable advice. I want to replace my stock 15x9.5 98 Silverado wheels with something larger. What can I upgrade to and still accommodate a 33" 9 ply BF Goodrich. Would really like to go to a 17x10.5x33
but do not want to buy some fancy after-market wheels as I want to keep the truck a sleeper (already pumping out 400+ HP and will add 50 more this week). Would really like to find some newer Chevy wheels that would fit my 5 lug configuration.
Any help appreciated.
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Do not want to go to low profile, I want the highest weight class I can get as I haul a lot of heavy loads on an 18ft lowboy for my church. So is a 17 my best bet?
Really like your motto, very similar to mine: "There is only two items any mechanic needs; WD40 and duct tape. If something moves and it shouldn't use the duct tape. If something don't move and it should, use the WD40.