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Has anyone put the 07-09 oem 22" rims on an 02-06 Escalade..I want to make sure the fit is the same...Anyone have any pics???
 

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Here is my winter wheels. These are the 07-09 22 inch Escalade factories. My EXT is dirty in these pics but the wheels look really nice when the truck and wheels are clean. They bolt on perfectly. No problems at all. I got my set really cheap.



 

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I thought the offset was incorrect for the newer body style wheels and they sit too far insde the wheel well?
 

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Have them on my EXt as well, work perfect, wish I could say I got mine for cheap... but I love them!
 

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Has anyone put the 07-09 oem 22" rims on an 02-06 Escalade..I want to make sure the fit is the same...Anyone have any pics???
I wish they had maybe 20mm offset, i think they are 31mm. but they don't look bad or anything. Just thing they would look better with a tiny less offset. They rubbed on my inner fender well plastics on the rears a little but a razor blade and a tie wrap fixed that.
 

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They look really good on the white ESV, I think they look a little better on an EXT or a short body Escalade.
 

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I have a 2004 Escalade awd base, I put 2015+ 22" Silverado wheels on +24 offset with 275/45/22 tires no rubbing. Nice stance, drives better, ride quality is as good as 17" factory's. Here's some pics. Posting this because of the questions I had choosing what I needed to not have fitment issue/ rubbing.
 

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I have a 2004 Escalade awd base, I put 2015+ 22" Silverado wheels on +24 offset with 275/45/22 tires no rubbing. Nice stance, drives better, ride quality is as good as 17" factory's. Here's some pics. Posting this because of the questions I had choosing what I needed to not have fitment issue/ rubbing.
Your ride looks clean with the 22in chrome wheels. I was going to buy similar 2015+ Silverado wheels in a machine finish before I found some 22in 2015+ Escalade wheels in a machined finish. The same offset I believe.
 

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Carguy75, I like those wheels. I wanted chrome and the only ones I could find was +31. They look great as well! I definitely think a 22" option would've been great on our models. They did make a ?? 500 model, supercharged with 22"s I've seen a few online... Never in person. Mine handles way better and the ride is about the same... Mine has just over 50k on it. I think both our trucks look great! 2 thumbs up 👍👍
 

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Carguy75, I like those wheels. I wanted chrome and the only ones I could find was +31. They look great as well! I definitely think a 22" option would've been great on our models. They did make a ?? 500 model, supercharged with 22"s I've seen a few online... Never in person. Mine handles way better and the ride is about the same... Mine has just over 50k on it. I think both our trucks look great! 2 thumbs up 👍👍
Thank you. I just checked my old Ebay order and my wheels are 31+ offset. It does seem like your wheels stick out more from the fender than my wheels. I will probably go with a 1/2 inch spacer to get that flushed look.

Congrats on finding a Caddy with very low miles, almost new.:)
 

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Thank you. I just checked my old Ebay order and my wheels are 31+ offset. It does seem like your wheels stick out more from the fender than my wheels. I will probably go with a 1/2 inch spacer to get that flushed look.

Congrats on finding a Caddy with very low miles, almost new.:)
Thanks it was like finding a needle in a haystack.. lol
 

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Thanks it was like finding a needle in a haystack.. lol
By comparison, my 2006 had 206k miles when I bought it, now it has 226k miles. However, after changing nearly all the engine sensors, gaskets, suspension, oil pump, timing chain, etc; now my Caddy runs like it is brand new if not better.:)

I did my own work, so it was not really that expensive to bring it back to life. Plus, the previous owner did some work on it as well so it was in pretty good shape when I bought considering the miles it had on it. Most of the work I did was preventive maintenance due to age for reliability such as with the timing chain, most old working sensors, and oil pump.

Well, back on topic, your Caddy looks great with the chrome wheels and the silver/pewter paint. Nice combination and pretty unique.
 
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