20" Fits Chevrolet - Silverado Wheel - PVD Chrome with Chrome Inserts 20x8.5
Fitment: Fits: Chevrolet Avalanche 2002-13, Blazer 1992-94, C2500 2WD 1988-00, Express 1500 2003-14, Silverado 1500 1999-14, Suburban C2500 1988-00, Suburban K1500 1988-99, Suburban 1500 2000-14. Tahoe 4WD 1995-99, Tahoe 2000-14 (All). GMC Savana 1500 2003-08, Sierra 1500 1999-14, Yukon 1500 2000-14, Yukon XL 2000-15, Yukon 4WD 1992-99. Cadillac Escalade 1999-15 (Excludes 2009-15 Hybrid). Fitment guaranteed for stock, 6 lug vehicles only.Does NOT fit vehicles equipped with upgraded or performance brakes such as Brembo.
Wheel Size: 20x8.5
Wheel offset: 31
Bolt Pattern: 6-139.7
Bolt Pattern: 78.1
Back spacing: 5.97
Center Caps: Center cap included, Original center cap will interchange
Finish: PVD CHROME with Chrome Insert: PVD coating is a vacuum deposition process that has received increasing use in recent years and is no longer seen as a laboratory process. It has been scaled up to handle large complex part geometries at an affordable cost. Many companies have realized benefits from converting their product from electroplating to PVD coating. Coatings can be deposited from room temperature to as high as 500 degrees Celsius depending on the substrate and the application. The PVD process provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion up to six times greater in some cases, wider choice of materials to be deposited and there are no harmful chemicals to dispose of. Due to the nature of the processing, some inclusions (air bubbles and/or fish eyes) may appear on each wheel in the clear coat. These inclusions are normal. Inclusions are not considered to be a defect and do not effect the longevity of the chrome finish. Because PVD coating is more environmentally friendly and chemical disposal costs are minimal, the cost of PVD coating and electroplating is very close on some products. Upon completion of PVD coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.