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Silverado Z71 on Escalade 22

This is a discussion on Silverado Z71 on Escalade 22 within the GM Trucks forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Cutlass One has a 3/4" chunk of the lip missing (see pic @ 5 o'clock position). Its ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    One has a 3/4" chunk of the lip missing (see pic @ 5 o'clock position). Its barely noticeable, but the owner wanted it replaced. I paid the core charge for it and kept it. The other one came off a truck in our Body shop. The a 2.5" section of the lip was bent over and slightly cracked at the bend. I straightened out with a hammer and it started cracking a bit more. But its just cosmetic and doesn't affect the area where the tire actually seals to the rim. All four wheels are like that. Cosmetic damage you can only see up close. Thats how I got them so cheap.
    The perks for working at a dealership. well keep me in mind if you decide to unload any. Maybe we can work out a day on the FZR or something

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    That would be cool. I'd bring down my 2 smoke GP1200 for you ride also!

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    I was thinking more sidewall.

    I assume that's a 4x4 too? In which case I like to see more aggressive tread too. So maybe yes to both of those questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    That would be cool. I'd bring down my 2 smoke GP1200 for you ride also!
    That would be fun. The offer is always there. Man I really like those 14 spokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001camaroSS View Post
    is there something wrong them? I think they'd look good on my dad's '00 Navy Z71. The 7 spokes look great on the new GMC Sierra Denalis
    The newer generation trucks are bigger and more block shaped trucks that can handle the bigger wheel.

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    OEWheels sells both styles if you were wanting to get two more.

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    I googled OEwheels and came up with a few different sites. Which one were you looking at? The one I looked at had them for $1000 each. I can get them for $900 each from GM with my discount and I've seen used ones cheaper than that on eBay. But I'm in no hurry. I'm just gonna wait for some more to come through the body shop or service dept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    I googled OEwheels and came up with a few different sites. Which one were you looking at? The one I looked at had them for $1000 each. I can get them for $900 each from GM with my discount and I've seen used ones cheaper than that on eBay. But I'm in no hurry. I'm just gonna wait for some more to come through the body shop or service dept.
    OEWheelsLLC. Set of four is $1,044.00. I know you are in now hurry just figured I'd point it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    I googled OEwheels and came up with a few different sites. Which one were you looking at? The one I looked at had them for $1000 each. I can get them for $900 each from GM with my discount and I've seen used ones cheaper than that on eBay. But I'm in no hurry. I'm just gonna wait for some more to come through the body shop or service dept.
    Ya at that price I think I'd wait too That's crazy money for wheels. More than I pay for hard to find factory date coded wheels for classic cars.

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    I'd like the split spokes with a little more side wall, hate to see tire prices for them though. my old dodge with stock 20's weren't cheap when it was time for new hides

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    yeah I think we sell the OE Bridgestone Alenza Dueler for like $250 each. Not cheap at all.

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