: Front or Back

04-28-13, 08:37 PM
Which do you like better, front (275/55-20 Cooper Zeon and Helo 835) or back (305/40-23 General Grabber UHP and Lexani VP2)?


04-28-13, 08:38 PM

04-28-13, 08:43 PM
IMHO I would say neither. I would say go with the 24 inch platinum rims that elusive got, but just my opinion good luck with your choice

04-28-13, 08:55 PM
Sorry but i would say neither, the back just too much chrome and the fronts look like they belong on a F350 work truck not a luxury suv. IMHO

04-28-13, 09:09 PM
Agreed with the others. Sorry man but neither look like they should be on there.

04-28-13, 09:13 PM
Sorry, I need to agree with the others as well.
Neither of those wheels compliment the Escalade very well in my opinion.
Best of luck with what you decide.

04-28-13, 09:40 PM
II also agree neither of the 2 look good, especially on the Escalade

04-28-13, 09:56 PM
Sorry, I need to agree with the others as well the front ones look like for a f250 and rear well just dont like they are better than stock 22

04-29-13, 12:01 AM

04-29-13, 12:07 AM
Them Helos are designed for lifted trucks for an 'off road' look:


There are many nicer wheels than those two choices, but if I had to choose I'd keep what you already got.

04-29-13, 11:34 AM
I concur

04-29-13, 11:41 AM
OEM ftw...neither but back if thats your only 2 options.

Singh G
04-29-13, 02:54 PM
i love the general grabbers

for my wrangler

Agree with the rest, vote for neither. try OEM replicas

04-29-13, 09:12 PM
If that's the only two options I personally like the front ones but it will give you that Off-Road type look. The rear wheels to me look "Old school" rim style from a few years back.

But it all come down to your own personal style so pick what ever you think looks good to you.

04-29-13, 11:15 PM
Ahh, what to do, what to do! I really don't know lol. I'm not too big on the back. Too much chrome for me and I'm sick of having to turn like I'm in a semi. I might put the Helos on and see how it looks with all 4.I like the black/silver mix especially with the rest of the rig. Regardless of what aftermarket wheel I run I still need OEM for the winter. Unless I run straight up OEM, but I like having a unique wheel/tire combination. I've had 2 sets for all but 1 of my previous vehicles. Hmm!