Silverado Wheels on Yukon

oldretiredafguy

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Have a chance to buy some 2021 Silverado wheels/tires. Anyone know if the Silverado wheel offset is the same as my factory 2016 Yukon rims?
 

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You’ll need to post more specific details about what style wheel you’re looking at. But overall. They’re all pretty much interchangeable unless you have the big brake mod

I have 2021 Tahoe wheels on my 15 Yukon with no problems
 

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You can change wheels from 2000-2022 unless as noted above it's a 17" wheel etc, and it won't go on because of larger brakes
the only thing you need to worry about is tpms sensors there is 2 frequency and they changed design over the years so you may need to either swap sensors over or buy new ones.
 

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Thanks to both of you. The Silverado wheels are 18", my current factory wheels are 20".
I did purchase 4 new TPMS sensors from the GM dealership, and will get them programmed after the wheel/tire assemblies are swapped.
 

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I think both of those generations use 25mm offset as the primary offset. There are guys on this forum that run 275-65-20 (34.07") with and without a level. Some trimming and no trimming. 275-70-18 (33.16") should work, 265-70-18 (32.61") will definitely work.
Thanks again.The tires on the 2021 Silverado are 265-65-18", which was the original size tire in 2016 if the truck had had 18" rims installed when new. I think the speedometer is within 0.1% between the two sizes. I'll ask the GM dealer tech to reset the computer if he feels it is necessary.
 

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You’ll need to post more specific details about what style wheel you’re looking at. But overall. They’re all pretty much interchangeable unless you have the big brake mod

I have 2021 Tahoe wheels on my 15 Yukon with no problems
Do you have any pictures with your set up? I’m looking at getting 2021 Denali takeoffs and putting them on my 2016
 

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Do you have any pictures with your set up? I’m looking at getting 2021 Denali takeoffs and putting them on my 2016
I don’t take many pics of my truck but these are 21 wheels on my 15. They aren’t oem they’re aftermarket but should share the exact specs of the oem wheels
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The 2016 Sales Brochure shows that 18" was the standard, with "Upgrades" To 20" & 22". I think that all Denali's (at least the 2016's were all 22". What is the the size of the 2021 tires that you're looking at acquiring? I'll try to get a couple of shots showing the side profile of the 18's on our 2016 if my better half is not out spreading gold dust.
 

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