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I know folks search and search on topics like this so I thought I'd go back out and look at the clearance.

So I have zero rub with this combo, granted I have a ZR2 so that front cutout section is nowhere close to rubbing and I don't know if a regular bumper Canyon or Colorado could have issues there.

Here is a pic of the front wheel and a second pic with it turned left a bit to show where it is the closest to rubbing.

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Thanks. FYI you NEED slimmer lugs with these wheels. My buddy was able to source some from Autozone I lucked out. He called them tuner lugs. I kinda knew I should have checked because my 5th gen is the same way.

Also these wheels are just a few lbs heavier than my stock wheels were, my buddies were telling me to watch for that. Stock ZR2 wheels are posted on here as weighing 25 lbs. I was very interested in the Black Rhinos but they are 35 lbs.
 

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Gorilla lugs are what KMC recommends.
Not sure what my stock rims weigh.
I doubt a few pounds will matter. I’m not drag racing it and fuel economy isn’t on my radar.
 
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