1995 chevy tahoe

COFFYN111

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HELLO!!! I'm new here and have a problem I need to find out what size drums I have 10 inch or 11 inch I would take the wheel and everything off but I have a 6 inch lift and rim lockers on and would take a little time to get one if the rims off doable if I have to but past 2 days it's been raining and still raining can anyone help here is my Vin# 3GNEK18K4SG102290 and also I would check the glove box but it's all custom and can't seem to find the old glove box
 

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From the info I found about that, would be 11". Watch, it will be 10" after I looked at two sites.
 

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The RPO label (glovebox) will have the brake code - JB5 (10”) or JB6 (11”).

Edit: just reread your post and see that you no longer have the glovebox. My 98 two door (4x4) has the 10” drums as do two 98 K1500 trucks that I have. If you can see the drums, it’ll have the discard (max) diameter stamped on the outside. Something like 10.09” for 10” drums and 11.2” for the JB6.
 
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The RPO label (glovebox) will have the brake code - JB5 (10”) or JB6 (11”).

Edit: just reread your post and see that you no longer have the glovebox. My 98 two door (4x4) has the 10” drums as do two 98 K1500 trucks that I have. If you can see the drums, it’ll have the discard (max) diameter stamped on the outside. Something like 10.09” for 10” drums and 11.2” for the JB6.
That's awesome man thanks I just checked and it has (max dis 10.09 in) so that means 10 inch correct.
 

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