What Fits a 2014-2018 Silverado?
November 18, 2020
So you own or you just got a 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup Truck. Now it's 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 2 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 Silverados is a 6x139.7 mm/ 6x5.5; when you get aftermarket 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 all three of these builds are already proven to have worked.
This build has the ARKON OFF-ROAD Lincoln on it. One of our best sellers, the Lincoln is show-stopping. With 8 thick, beefy spokes, that demand attention, and exposed lugnuts this wheel is truly one of a kind.
This special edition wheel has such great versatility that it will match almost any build and any vehicle. This is a true or proper directional, alloy wheel and it is available in chrome and black milled.
On this truck, they have the 22x12 inch with a -51 mm offset. This makes for a great show truck look. They will cost you about $1,524.
The tires featured here are the Fury Offroad Country Hunter MT. This is an incredibly popular tire. They have a 35x12.5 inch on this build, which is a really large tire and gives the truck a very full and thick look. Paired with the Lincoln and this lift they look really nice and it works really well.
This is a mud tire that is known for its water ejection, fuel efficiency, comfortable ride, and low noise level. It has great on and off-road tire traction, lots of sipes for wet traction, and a 3-ply tire sidewall for added grip. This tire has a very aggressive and meaty look which is great for the aesthetics of your truck on top of the performance. You can get the Country Hunter MT for around $1,164.
This truck is running a 7-inch suspension lift by Rough Country. They needed to do much major plastic cutting and they do have a little bit of rub at full turn, so keep that in mind. This suspension system will give you a major lift so be ready to start jumping in and out of your vehicle.
If you are going for that true show truck look then this will be a great start for you. If you want your truck to stand out of the crowd then look no further. This suspension system will cost you about $1,100.
The owner here is running the 24x14 -81 ARKON OFF-ROAD Roosevelts in the black milled finish. This unique wheel is definitely one that will catch the eyes. The Roosevelt features 6 very fluid spokes with a captivating design. It is a one-piece, alloy wheel with exposed lug nuts. The Roosevelt is available in chrome and black milled finishes.
A set of these wheels will cost you only $1,756 and when you make it a wheel and tire package you will save even more money. On top of saving money on that package, you will also get free shipping and free mounting and balancing too. We also offer 0% APR financing as well.
The tires on this build are the AMP Mud Terrain Attack MT A in a 35x13.5" size. Off-Road focused tires are what AMP specializes in. Their unique tread designs offer high traction that won’t lose its grip. With their mud-terrain and all-terrain options, they have a tire for just about anyone and at affordable rates that you can’t beat.
A set of these will only cost you $1,340. The Attack MT A is known for its ability to perform in the most extreme conditions. It has a 3-ply sidewall, twin lug sidewalls, a performance tread design, and deep tread voids. It has an E load range and a Q speed index.
This truck is running the Fabtech 6-Inch Lift Basic System Gen II with Rear Performance Shocks. With over 25 years of experience in aftermarket suspension design, Fabtech uses state of the art technology to create and test its products. They have received numerous awards for their suspension systems.
This new Gen II system retains the factory track width keeping the tires under the fenders for a clean appearance. With the factory track width retained the front Sway Bar utilizes the stock end links and mounting holes keeping the leverage on the bar proper. There are no CV spacers, impact struts, or add a leafs required for installation. The front differential is relocated in a manner so that when driving at higher 4 wheel drive speeds vibration is reduced.
This kit will only cost you $1,548.
We hope that this guide helped you to figure out what will fit your 2014-2018 Silverado so that you can have a build that you love. Check out our gallery if you still need help finding the perfect build!