How big are the tires on a Chevy Colorado?

How big are the tires on a Chevy Colorado?

The biggest tire you can fit on a Chevy Colorado with stock suspension and stock rims are 265 65 17’s. They will without any rubbing problems, and no trimming or additional modifications are required to make them function properly. The stock Colorado sizes are: .

Is the Chevy Z71 suspension the same as the GMC Canyon?

Chevy makes a big point about the “off-road suspension” in all its marketing, but from what everyone says its the same thing with maybe a very slightly different stiffness. Thanks for the info everyone, I’ll keep an eye on the local dealer inventories.

What’s the difference between suspension Z71 and Lt?

Nothing different with suspension Z71 vs LT… on the Colorado it’s mostly an appearance package Exterior and Interior. You DO however get the skid plate underneath still though with the Z71 I test drove a Z71 EC with about 1000 miles on it before buying my LT EC and I have been happy with my LT with Extended Cab.

What’s the difference in suspension on a 2017 Colorado?

I do know on 2017 Colorado according to suspension parts lists, the main suspension difference was only in the front struts and springs being a bit stiffer. Rear leafs for a given trim/model level were the same. Other than that, the stock Z71 Kevlar tires also contribute to a bit stiffer ride.

How to find custom wheels for Chevy Colorado?

Search for 1000’s of Chevrolet Colorado Custom Wheels using our custom search tool for rims and tires. There has never been an easier or more complete wheel search available on any other website.

What kind of tires can you put on a trail boss?

Without a level kit or any suspension modification, any brand of the 265/65 R17’s will fit. The Trail Boss comes with Duratrac’s from the factory like this. Going up to 265/70 tires without a suspension mod, some people have mild rubbing and some do not but it’s a really tight fit regardless.