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wheel offset for 90 suburban

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by 90suburban, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. 90suburban

    90suburban Junior Member
    from oregon
    Messages: 1

    great new site.i hope someone can answer my question.i have a 90 suburban solid axle and just bought a new set of 15x10 steel wheels with a 4" offset.i was told that my calipers or something like that will touch wheels on front.trying to find out if thats true.i dont have jacks and going to buy tires tomorrow.dont want to buy tires if these wheels wont fit.please anyone.give me an answer asap.thanks
  2. KentuckyPlow

    KentuckyPlow Member
    Messages: 64

    I would borrow a jack from someone first. You could go to Autozone and get a cheapo one and keep it in the truck in case you ever have a flat.