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#776349 May 18th 2021 10:58 am
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1995 G2500 Vandura looking for better wheels then stock maybe Rallys if nice shape, I'm running 235 75 15 but will run 255 70 15,,they are also 5x4.75 yes! 5x4.75...willing to trade these stocks.....great shape but don't like them. I'm in North Florida btw

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Odd, my '93 G20 is 5 X 5 lug pattern. I found a set of the 8" "truck" rallys on Craigslist and mounted up a set of 255/70R15. They look great and don't rub.


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Sweet,,,I woud love some rallys my spare is a rally but would need three more,plus trim and caps,,,,What is this stuff about spacers for rear? Is that for 31's or to track same as fronts? I would never go with more hen 255=29"
PS Did u go with Passenger, Highway or AT tread?

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General Grabbers w/RWL.

The rear track is slightly narrower than the front so some folks add spacers with good results I suppose. I haven't and don't really care to.


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I also have 8" Rallys on my '93 G20 and they look great. Running 255/70/15s too. Mine are also 5x5. Looks much better than the old 6.5" rallys... I always felt it looked like it was on tiptoes with those rims. Now it looks meatier.

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Hard finding any 5x4.75 rallys in 8" all seem to be 6.5 would have to use adpater 5x4.75 x 5x5 or even 6 lug.
May go with these that I found local 255 70 15 with General Grabbers ,,,Are ur Grabbers loud of get worse mpg? He's asking $400 would need at least one new one. Thanks for all ur advise btw.

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Dino #776470 May 19th 2021 10:16 pm
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Dino,
Everybody's trying to tell you that our G-vans are 5x5 bolt pattern.
It looks like you're measuring the studs center to center in the pics in your other thread...
If so, that's where the other 1/4" is getting lost as you should be measuring from the center to the far edge on 5-lug wheels.
And...
I'm going to repeat this... I have your current wheels on a '99 Suburban.
They are 5x5.
I just went through a whole mess with my '55 210 being 5x4.75 while my van, my Suburban, and some smoothies I bought for a Jeep I used to have, were all 5x5.
That's why I'm so sure.

I'm not trying to be a pain (some here might say that's hard to believe lol), I'm trying to save you some headaches.

This is a link to a bolt pattern reference chart. Click on me.


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Rusty_Pancelode #776477 May 20th 2021 3:54 am
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Originally Posted by Rusty_Pancelode
Dino,
Everybody's trying to tell you that our G-vans are 5x5 bolt pattern.
It looks like you're measuring the studs center to center in the pics in your other thread...
If so, that's where the other 1/4" is getting lost as you should be measuring from the center to the far edge on 5-lug wheels.

They are 5x5

Amen!

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Are ur Grabbers loud of get worse mpg?

The General Grabbers I bought are the HTS 60's and are more of an all-season type...not noisy at all. MPG? What's that? lol

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Rusty,,,your right I was measuring from center to center,,,HOLY COW!!! THANKS ,,,,daaaaaa! what a dummy,,,gee wiz,,,learn something new each day.....,,,I love this site!!! Thx gus,,,,,been a HVACR mechanic for 35 yrs better leave the car wrenching to u guys,,,Thanks again,,,PS Nate Those look great MPG is miles per gallon,,,they look great,,,,ones I'm looking at at pretty aggressive,,,,,think I'll go with something a little less aggressive, I will keep u guys informed...Thanks again......

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