stock brand of tires for the 2000 chevy silverado 4x4 ext cab
No, 33 is the largest you can go
Yes, The stock tires for it should be 265/65/17 and the only difference is the rim width.
it will probably be 3.73
Should be P235/70 R15.
I got a 2003 Chevy silverado 4x4 z71 stock suspension , and i install on it 285/75r16 tires, that's the biggest tire that you can use, i put that tire size to in a 2002 Chevy silverado work truck 4x2, with no problems. You can trust, good luck.
not a chance you will def need a lift
a 33-12.50 will fit stock
if you are looking to get great 4x4 tires i would sugjest you trying out this website: www.bfgoodrichtires.com it promises to find top tires for your 4x4 vehicle.
unknown top speed but fastest my truck has ever gone was 182km/h that was racing a corvette, I was in overdrive at 3700rpm, my truck is a stepside/fibreglass bed 105
from 89 through 1996 the rims have the same bolt circle and from 1997-2003 and 2004-2011. However, if the tires are larger than stock on the 4x4 you will probly have clearance issues on the 2x4.
yes but u have to change the tranny to and take out 4x4 or you can buy exspensive adapters to keep the tranny and 4x4 stock Where can i find the adapters?
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door is an information sticker that shows the original size tires on the vehicle from the factory
You can find 4x4 tires at tire kingdom or sears at cheap prices.
17 inch ........ 265/70R 17
A stock 350 cubic inch engine in a 1994 Chevy 4 x 4 will put out 310 foot pounds of torque. It does this at 2400 rpm.
305's but you will still hear some scrubbing in tha front but its not that bad
Yes there the same.
stock, and if truck's a 4x4, may be lucky to fit 31's, look into rims with 4 in. backspace, more turning clearance.