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Hi,

I want to get new wheels and stock size tires.

I want something simple and black or dark color, flat not glossy, that is strong and can get banged up a little not some show things.

Heavy duty and durable are the most important factor.

I don't want paint on them but power coating or integrated color that lasts.

I was thinking just stock type heavy duty but am open to other options that are strong.

Thanks!

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Sounds like you want a black version of your current wheels. Just get them powder coated whatever color you want.

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Yea should I just search google shopping or do you have ideas for where to buy? OEM Chevy parts?

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How do I know what lug nuts I can buy that will fit correctly for my truck?

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You can:
-take one off and measure it's length and thread dimensions
-take one off, and walk into a parts store with it, to get them to match it up

You'll want to match the style of lug nut with what rims you have, and if the rims are lug-centric, they use different lug nuts than if they are hub-centric.
 

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You can:
-take one off and measure it's length and thread dimensions
-take one off, and walk into a parts store with it, to get them to match it up

You'll want to match the style of lug nut with what rims you have, and if the rims are lug-centric, they use different lug nuts than if they are hub-centric.
Cool thank you, I didn't even think of taking one to the parts store, genius!
 
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