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Found some specs on the Texas edition replicas. This guy is saying they are 24x10 w/ +78.1mm offset.
Not positive, but I don't think that will work for me because my track width is already being narrowed 1-1/2".
 
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Where did you see that?

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On another site, norcalss is a vendor of them and factory ltz's are +31mm..
 

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I wonder why they are saying 2 different things? I'd pull the trigger on a set if I knew what the hell the offset was for sure.
 

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Tony knows his ish trust me and buy through him he will give you best price and make good if any are bent like one of mine were...


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Tell me more about this Tony character.


Edit: I know who he is now..
 
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I promise you they are +31mm and not +78.1 mm..I mean think about it, stock ltz's are +31mm and they sit just inside the fenders..78.1 would sit in so far it would be crazy..bagged trucks don't even run that high of an offset on billets with lips
 
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How about I just text him and see about the vendor deal and the 24" ltzs.. Buttttttt my 22x9 ltz with +31 barely tuck without rolled fenders so 24x10 with +31 will hit fenders on a NBS imo...


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I promise you they are +31mm and not +78.1 mm..I mean think about it, stock ltz's are +31mm and they sit just inside the fenders..78.1 would sit in so far it would be crazy..bagged trucks don't even run that high of an offset on billets with lips

I agree! That's why I was asking. I've never seen a rim that had +78.1mm offset. Then again, I've never looked for one.
 

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How about I just text him and see about the vendor deal and the 24" ltzs.. Buttttttt my 22x9 ltz with +31 barely tuck without rolled fenders so 24x10 with +31 will hit fenders on a NBS imo...


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EDIT:

I ended up buying a set of Marcellino Concepts from a shop out of Cali.

They are the same size and offset as the LTZ's.
 
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The 24" reps are 10" wide correct with same +31 offset meaning they do sit closer to the fender than the 22x9 reps...


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