Did a quick search this is what I came up with on specs.What is the offset and what does it affect?
Please confirm with the manufacturer sticker on the driver door jamb that your stock W/T tire is 235/75-15. I thought the stock was a 205 or 225 width at the largest, especially on a 6" wide wheel.
What has been done to the wheels currently? You said they are still not bored out with a large enough diameter. How were they enlarged already?
You can get a 265/70-16 on a leveled out 4x4 Z85 so it's unlikely it will fit your 2wd W/T truck.
I understand that you need the H3 rims bored. You said they are still too small. I wonder how you tried getting them to fit already.Sorry, I meant the H3 rims needed to be bored out a little not the Steelies.
I will double check the door jamb when I get back home Saturday.
I am not sure what modifications / stock configurations GM made to the chassis cab trucks.
Nothing has been done to the H3's yet. They are still stock. I thought they would be a direct bolt on mod, but they are not.I understand that you need the H3 rims bored. You said they are still too small. I wonder how you tried getting them to fit already.
Were they bored incorrectly or were they filed, cut, etc?
I just want to be sure somebody didn't take a grinder or something and mill them out of balance.
So maybe some pics would help.And I'm going to swing this thread back in the other direction -- but can someone confirm whether the hub assemblies on the 355 & H3 are the same?
When you say the hub bore is a little too small -- in what dimension? The rims won't seat against the hub (which may be why the rims with spacers fit on my hub)? Very confused here.