Popular Chevy C10 Wheels Sizes
15 inch, 17 inch and 20 inch specifically:
15×8, 15×10, 17×8, 17×10, 20×8.5, 20×9 and 20×10 being the most common
C10 Staggered Wheels
The most common Chevy C10 Staggered Rims are 15″ staggered, 17″ staggered and 20″ staggered
Popular Chevy C10 Rims Finishes
Black, Chrome, Grey, Machined Face Black Lip, Mag Gray Machined Lip, Matte Black Red Stripe, Polished – Front, Polished – Rear, Satin Black Machined Face, Satin Black Milled with SS Lip, Titanium Face with Black Satin Lip, 2- Piece Mag Gray Center Polished Rim, 2- Piece Polished, Anthracite, Anthracite Machined, Anthracite Machined Lip, Anthracite With Machined Face, Anthracite With Machined Lip
Chevy C10 Pickup History
Chevrolet introduced the C10 pickup truck in 1960. The most successful truck in the C/K series, it was a half-ton, light-duty, two-wheel drive truck. The production was ceased in 1987 and led to the development of the automaker’s one of the best-selling trucks, the Silverado.
Chevrolet first introduced it in a 6.5-foot bed with a 115-inch wheelbase and an 8-foot bed with a 127-inch wheelbase. To cater to the needs of different customers, the automaker offered it in Stepside, Fleetside, Suburban SUV, Panel Truck, Custom body configurations. The Stepside came with rear wheels fixed on the outside of the truck bed while the Fleetside was linear with a flat panel cargo box.
The Chevy C10 Pickup featured new independent front suspension with strong torsion bars and trailing arm suspension with coil springs in the rear. After three years of its introduction, the automaker switched the torsion bar front suspension with the coil springs. They also introduced two new engine choices. In 1963, the truck also got an updated grille.
The second-generation of the C/K series was introduced in 1967, by the name “Action Line Trucks” (referred to as the Glamour Pickups). Glamorous in their appearance, they gave customers eight engine choices. The third and the last generation was introduced in 1973, dubbed “Rounded-Line” (also known as “boxy-body”).