Author Topic: 20x11 Detroit Steels on all 4 corners 1979 C10  (Read 958 times)

Offline Hubcap706

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20x11 Detroit Steels on all 4 corners 1979 C10
« on: September 27, 2022, 07:32:47 PM »
I have been searching for wheels for my 1979 C10 build for sometime now and have done a ton of research on the forums, but I have not been able to find much information on the attempt that I am trying to make. I really am looking for a good lok and good stance. I want a wheel flush with the fender, slightly able to tuck and I am not looking for a dished look either.

I have a 1979 C10 LWB, coil over suspension in the front with tubular control arms and a flip kit in the rear. I have tossed around the US Mag Ramblers but have made a decision to run the Detroit Steel Delrays instead. In choosing these wheels I have 3 setups that I can run with a range of backspace - 20x9 on all 4, 20x9 front and 20x11 rear, or 20x11 on all 4 and I really want to run the 20x11 on all 4, and I know that the front is going to be the problem area.

Has anyone had any luck in doing so with a similar setup? If so, what backspace? Also, any information on a 10" wide wheel would be appreciated as well.

I have seen one C10 on the 67-72 site that was successful at this and is running 315 tires on all 4 as well. The other 73-87 that is running 11" wide on all 4 is on, however I cant reach out to the owner to see how his clearance is and what his setup is.

Any help is greatly appreciated!! Thanks.

Offline Mike81K10

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Re: 20x11 Detroit Steels on all 4 corners 1979 C10
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2022, 11:07:35 PM »
The wheel size you are talking about may rub when turning if you go with 20x11 on all four. Personally, I like the stock Rally Wheels.
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