TBSS Wheels are on!

NT1078

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Zoowee mama what a difference appearance wise they make! Now I just need to find some GMC center caps.
 

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That's nice! What tires did you get on them? I should have tpm sensors and tires on my set before the summer hopefully.
 

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^^ what he said, what tires? look like 275's
 

NT1078

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Thanks! They're 255/55. I might need to drop the rear air bags slightly when I tow our trailer, but that's a little ways off so far. Threw the speedo off by about 3km but I am ok with it. Cheers!

Adam
 

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Whoo, GMC caps came in today through EBay. For those looking it turns out GMC Acadia caps do the trick
 

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Wow Im so jealous....not just the wheels but you have a car exactly like mine that actually runs and drives and everything!!!!!
So these are 20" wheels off a TBSS that fit with no spacers or anything??? What year model TB's did these come from??
 

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All GTM360's have the same bolt pattern, so the wheels can be swapped. Only exception is 16" rims from SWB models can't go on LWB or TBSS models due to the larger front brakes.
 

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So what about 20" wheels off of later models like Yukons and Silverados.. There are millions of these factory wheels available for next to nothing in this area. Im looking at a set right now on local graigslist, 20" w 250 miles (brand new tires) for $350 off a Silverado
 

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GMT360s have a 6x5 bolt pattern. The only other vehicle that we know of that shares this bastard pattern is the Chevy HHR. Anything else will require wheel adapters.
 

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No idea on that one.
 

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I saw that people were using 4 front or 4 rear SSR due to that.
 

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The SSR didnt get a very good looking rim... Or is it just me?
 

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None of the 6x5's are very good looking
 

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I still stand by it.

They are better than the SS everyone swoons over, but the 3 star looking with mixed spokes just aint my bag.
 

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I like the SS wheel, and I would consider them for the right price. But not at the price I see them being sold for all the time. I dont get the swooning either.

The SSR wheels are ugly, and damned expensive.
 

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