BUILD 2018 Colorado ZR2

Pro Stock John

Lord Mc'Graybush
TCG Blue
Sep 20, 2011
6,516
3,961
Chicago North Side
Having a good time driving the Silver Lake sand dunes.
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SpeedSpeak2me

TCG Elite Member
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Aug 27, 2018
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12,241
Get one of these, you'll know for sure :)



I've had one for about 4 years now. Accurate to +/- 0.6psi, reads down to 0.1psi. I send it in once every year to verify calibration.
 

Pro Stock John

Lord Mc'Graybush
TCG Blue
Sep 20, 2011
6,516
3,961
Chicago North Side

Pro Stock John

Lord Mc'Graybush
TCG Blue
Sep 20, 2011
6,516
3,961
Chicago North Side
I have no rub at full lock but I'll be looking at it again here and there.

I think these might rub in front if I had a Canyon or regular Colorado front bumper, key word is might. I will take a pic.

I can take some close up shots if anyone is curious but I have good clearance in the back. I've gone to a .5 wider wheel and the offset is +19mm vs +33 for stock, so I'd say the wheels kick out about .7-.8 vs stock.


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Bob Kazamakis

I’m the f-ing lizard king
TCG Blue
Oct 24, 2007
80,840
14,472
Denver
New wheels and tires.

KMC KM722 17x8.5 +19mm
General Grabber 265/70/17, 6 ply/C rated

Big thanks to my buddy Chris at AAA Car Care in Skokie for the mounting and balancing. Only took an oz on each wheel.

GG APT https://generaltire.com/tires/light-trucksuv/grabber-apt
I see what tires you bought, they look like car tires though. Why didn’t you get the ATX? It’s just weird to buy the off-road version of a vehicle and then put those on. Wheels look good at least.