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Old 03-02-2011, 09:10 AM
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Default Will these wheels fit a 2007 Z71 Tahoe???

Looking to get some opinions on a set of wheels i am looking at buying. They are Enkei Performance ETS. They are 20x9.5 with a +35mm offset and 6.65" backspacing. I would be using 275/55/20 Nitto Terra Grappler tires.

Any thoughts or opinions? I want to avoid the wheels sticking outside the fender. They also have a +20mm offset available as well but i was thinking the +35mm would be a better choice..

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Old 03-02-2011, 12:56 PM
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The stock 20s are 8.5" wide w/ +31mm offset. Didn't do the math but an inch wider wheel will stick out a little more, ~ 0.4".

Not sure but TireRack may have a calculator.
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Thanks for the feedback. Thats what i was thinking. Since these have a 35mm offset, that would be an extra 4mm which equates to about .16" and then you would subtract that from the .5"due to the extra width. So you are looking at around .36" further out? That seems pretty negligible really. Since the Z71 has fender flares, you would think it could compensate for that little bit. What do you think?

Also, do you think there would be any rubbing issues here with the tires mentioned above?
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Could be as a poster the other day said he was getting rubbing w/ stock wheels and tires. Don't know what conditions he had but I've never had a problem.
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Did you get these wheels? Considering the same and trying to do some research.
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