'16 canyon, wheel configuration issues - Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-28-2016, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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First off, thanks for reading. This is my first ever forum group so please bear with me.

I'm going to run the RC 5" lift on my '16 canyon crew cab but can't find wheels that will work with the recommended specifications RC gives. They recommend a wheel with a 5" back space with 0 offset. I have called them 5 times regarding the issue and 2 people said to run a +18 off set while the others have said to run a 0 offset, confusing, yes it is! Also the center bore on the truck is 100mm which is a pain because I can't find the correct wheel to fit the vehicle. I want to roll with the fuel hostage in a 20x9 which I've seen on a Colorado on fuels web page. Granted they are 22X9.5 but the boot pattern is different from what the trucks specs are???

So my question for yall would be, how are they getting those wheels on that truck? Any help would be appreciated, thank you.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-28-2016, 02:15 PM
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You're correct, there are not a lot of options in the wheel category yet for the 2nd generation vehicle. I think those who have run a standard wheel have gone with wheel spacers/adapters.
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Thanks for the reply. I have heard that spacers aren't really a good idea. Any thoughts?
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Also the center bore on the truck is 100mm which is a pain because I can't find the correct wheel to fit the vehicle.
Could be wrong but seeing as I've seen on here and never check it myself, center bore is 66.9mm.
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I don't think the center bore could be 100 mm if the bolt circle is 120mm. my new wheels are 67mm if I remember right
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Thanks for the reply. I have heard that spacers aren't really a good idea. Any thoughts?
My only opinion is from reading the same thing on truck forums. I've never had an experience with wheel spacers.

Some will say they mounted them once and have never had a problem. Some say to torque them at each oil change. I don't know what that means as some change oil at 3,000 and others change at 15,000. So I think the oil change rule should be disregarded. Maybe a couple times a year they should be checked, depending on how frequently the vehicle is driven and the type of conditions it's driven in.

That's all I gots.
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The fuel hostage wheels you have pictured there will work without any type of adapter. They are offered in the correct bolt pattern for our trucks (6x120). The bore is 67mm. It's just up to you to determine how much you want the wheels to stick out when ordering them (ie backspacing/offset).

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I have installed RC's 6inch lift on my Colorado. I can help. The wheels i chose have an 18+ offset. In order to make the wheels work with their kit, you need to conpensate with a 1.5inch Hubcentric Spacer. That will bring the wheel back to a 5inch Backspace with a 0 offset.
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Not sure on how accurate the information is on that website. If you look at the 2016 Chevy Colorado wheel information, it says ET18 but as people have mentioned on this site the stock wheels have an ET33

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2nd gen Colo/Canyon wheel specs

I know they use several different wheels currently, from 16-18" Diameter.

Im looking for the centerbore size and bolt circle, as well as offsets of at least the 17" wheel. Ill be owning a '16 or '17 Colo 4x4 soon enough and Where I live I use snow tires in the winter and I like to have bespoke wheels for it. I always like to know my specs so that I may choose another wheel as a takeoff and not be limited to new wheels from tirerack, say.

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I know they use several different wheels currently, from 16-18" Diameter.

Im looking for the centerbore size and bolt circle, as well as offsets of at least the 17" wheel. Ill be owning a '16 or '17 Colo 4x4 soon enough and Where I live I use snow tires in the winter and I like to have bespoke wheels for it. I always like to know my specs so that I may choose another wheel as a takeoff and not be limited to new wheels from tirerack, say.

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Bore: 67mm
Bolt circle: 6 X 120
Offset: +33
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Merged threads from today up to this point into an existing thread. The questions are relatively similar and this should help reduce any conflicting information by placing the answers in a single thread.
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Bore: 67mm
Bolt circle: 6 X 120
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Some wheel companies can custom drill their wheels to our 6x120 bolt pattern. As for the offset, a previous poster stated that he went with a 18x9 +18 wheel but then had to run a spacer to make them work. I personally would just choose a wheel with the correct offset and avoid running spacers if possible. The +0 seems to be a popular choice, but that doesn't mean that you're limited to ONLY that size. It all depends on how you want them fit: inside the fender, flush, or outside the fender.

The center bore is definitely not 100mm. However, if you can't find a wheel with the proper 67mm bore, you can simply run a hub-ring (on wheels that have a larger bore)..... for wheels that have a smaller bore, you can have a machine shop bore it out too the proper size.

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