You seem to be wasting an awful lot of time and energy researching something
that's sitting right in front of you. Remove one of your wheels and measure
it. It isn't hard.
Can't really measure the width of the wheel with a tire on it. I know it's a
16" and it has 6 bolts,that's about it. I was hoping someone knew the
factory specs on the wheels,these are factory wheels,not aftermarket.
Sure you can (close enough, anyway)...
1. Remove tire & wheel from vehicle.
2. Lay tire & wheel on flat surface.
3. Using a stick of wood at least as long as the tire is in diameter, and a
measuring tape, measure the section width of the tire.
4. Using the stick of wood, measure from one sidewall to the rim where the
tire bead seats.
5. Subtract 2x the second measurement from the first measurement. The
result is the width of the rim + 2x the thickness of the edge of the rim.
When you work during their open business hours and cannot make outgoing
calls without getting written up,email is the only route.Anyway they mailed
me back within an hour,of course no standard steel wheels will fit it
according to them. I use a 265/55 R16 tire, they said I have to buy an
aftermarket specialty wheel for this tire.I find that very hard to believe
as these are factory wheels on the truck.
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