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Proper tire size for 2006 envoy - 2006 GMC Envoy

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  • Larry Blais
    Larry Blais Sep 03, 2018

    For the standard 2wd or 4wd Envoy. The tire size is 245/65R17, For the Denali 2wd or 4wd series the tire size is 245/60R18.

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Shane, Base 235 75R16, SLE, SLT, XL SLE, XL SLT P245 65R17,
Denali, XL Denali P245 60R18. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Posted on Jun 27, 2016

  • Shane Duncan
    Shane Duncan Jun 27, 2016

    thank you greatly appriciated! i had been trying to research it but wasn t having much luck. i bought it used & it did not come with manuel. but the tires seemed to be oversized. thank you again!

  • L Pfaff
    L Pfaff Jun 27, 2016

    Welcome, Shane good luck with your vehicle.

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