What Fits a 2007-2013 GMC 1500?
November 2, 2020
So you own or you just got a 2007-2013 GMC 1500. Now its time for the fun, you get to customize your truck and make it everything that you ever wanted. But what the heck is going to fit your truck? This guide will give you an idea of 3 different kinds of builds that may work for you based on your style with pictures to help you out as well.
Also, be sure to check out our gallery to help you find the perfect fitment once you have an idea of what you want. Read on and check out the corresponding links to learn more.
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First things first, before you even get started on this build you are going to have to know the basics of your fitment. The bolt pattern for this generation of 1500s is a 6x5.5 so when you get wheels, be sure that they are compatible with this bolt pattern. As far as a lift or leveling kit, you always want to make sure that is compatible with your year, make, and model as well.
As you get bigger and bigger you can obviously fit larger wheels or tires, just always make sure to read the largest size tire you can get with your lift. If you are unsure, then this “What Fits Guide” will help you along the way because these builds have already proven to have worked.
7-Inch Lift With 20-Inch Wheels
The Anthem Off-Road Intimidator is one of the most popular wheels that we sell. This classic off-road design is made for all outdoor activities that you plan to take your truck on. The Intimidator features a multi-spoke design, a full cap in the center, and the Anthem logo spanned across one of the spokes.
This is a one-piece, alloy wheel and it comes in black milled and satin black finishes. This build features the 20x10 inch wheel and -24 offset!
This build features the Atturo Trail Blade MT in a 35x12.5 inch size. The Trail Blade line has become the most prominent line of tires for Atturo. This specific tire is a mud tire known for its off-road capabilities, high quality, and tread life. It has an aggressive style, staggered shoulder blocks, full 3-ply tire sidewalls, wide track draining, high-level grip, and beveled center tread blocks.
They are also recognized for their fantastic pricing, these come in at $1,156.
The suspension seen here is a 7-inch suspension lift kit by Rough Country. This allows for more ground clearance, and to help fit the large tires. When putting in this lift the owner did have to trim a little bit but they do not have any rubbing. This lift will immediately enhance the look of your truck. This kit comes in at $1,100.
10-Inch Lift With 20-Inch Wheels
This build has the same wheels as the previous build but a very different style setup. This just goes to show the diversity of your Anthem Off-Road Intimidator Wheels. They can work with tons of different builds. You can also see how it looks with a different tire and lift size here. This will help to give you an idea of what kind of build you want to go for and after seeing this you know that these builds are foolproof because we have already put them to the test for you.
The tires seen here are the fan-favorite Federal Couragia MT in a 37x12.5. The Couragia MT is famous for its off-road, mud, and snow traction, along with its toughness and deep biting tread blocks. Reinforced compounds contribute to its durability, and its aggressive tread design makes it excellent for off-road traction.
This tire will cost you about $1,148. When you choose to package it with your wheels you will not only save on that package, you will also get free mounting and balancing as well as free shipping. We also offer 0% financing.
This truck has the Superlift 10-inch suspension lift on it. This big-boy lift is no joke. It is large and in charge, so be ready for a large build. It will completely change the look and feel of your truck. Superlift makes very high-quality suspension systems that many love. Be sure to check them out!