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Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Tires, Wheels, Suspension, Truck
#22 of 43 2006 colorado
Jun 25, 2009 (8:55 pm)
The stock tires on my 06 colorado were 235x75 15 i bought a pair of 31X10X50 15 but they rubbed and the guy wouldnt put them on. If i put an inch and 1/4 spacer on my front wheel will this keep the tires from rubbing?
#23 of 43 Re: 2006 colorado [hokie91]
Jul 31, 2009 (5:14 am)
You've got to be kidding!!
A spacer that big would put an incredible strain on the lug studs and front hubs, it would be grossly dangerous! And, if ANYONE sold them to you, they should be arrested for gross negligence.
I'll assume your 'Rado is a 2 wheel drive? I say that because the factory Z-71 4x4 equipped Canyon/Colorado came from the factory with a 265/75/15 tire on a 15x7 rim. No clearance issues. The 265/75 and 31/10.5x15 are very close in dimensions. If your truck is indeed a 2 wheeler, and you're set on a tire that big, you'll need a suspension lift kit.
#24 of 43 a more aggressive tire
Sep 12, 2009 (5:42 am)
anyone know how big of a tire i can put on my 06 colorado 2wd im looking for a bigger and more aggressive tire?
#25 of 43 Will 2009 chrome 17" fit on a 2006?
Oct 01, 2009 (4:40 pm)
Hi guys. Does anyone know if the cool 17" chrome 2009 rims will work on my 2006 z71 4wd crew colorado? Thanks
#26 of 43 Goodyear Silent Armor
Nov 27, 2009 (2:44 pm)
Has anybody mounted Silent Armors on their trucks? I was looking for a good all season tire with the ability to hold it's own off-road. It comes in both the 265, and the 31. Just wondering if anyone knew from experience how they performed.
Jan 20, 2010 (8:33 pm)
will Pro Comp Radial Mud Terrain 32x11.50R-15 fit on stock rims without rubbing or are they to wide, I have an 04 GMC canyon 4x4 3.5ltr L5 engine, i'm not sure exactly what suspension is on it but i know it had 31x10.50's on it origionally. it does have the 4x4 offroad decal on the bed if thats any help lol, if the 32's dont fit stock i'll just go with the 31x10.50's cause i know those shouldnt have any problems, until i get the front torsion bar lift and rear leveling blocks then i should be able to fit 33's or something. but hey if bigger tires will fit stock setup with no problems why not, right. i plan on adding a brush guard piaa driving lights window vent shades n get the front driver and passanger windows tinted to match the others, its an extended cab btw.
#29 of 43 Stock tires not worth the paper,...
Aug 03, 2010 (8:38 pm)
Vehicle: 2008 Colorado
In under 15k miles my tires began to separate.
3 of the factory 4 had "impact wounds" with no sign of the implement that made them separate.
The fourth one just does not hold air for more than a week.
I replaced them all with a set of Coopers. 15k miles later and No more "impact wounds". hhmmm
#30 of 43 '06 LT 4X4 with stock 6.5 wheels
Sep 12, 2010 (11:00 am)
Will a 31/10.5/15 tire fit on my stock 6.5" wheel without any issues? If it does, will have much tire sticking out beyond my fenders? I like the clean look of my smaller charcoal fender flares and don't really want to have to swap them out.
#31 of 43 Re: '06 LT 4X4 with stock 6.5 wheels [hey_moe]
Sep 12, 2010 (4:39 pm)
A 31X10.50R15LT has an allowable rim width range of 7" to 9", so, No, you can not use this size on your truck.