Yeah; one of them was badly scratched but figure it could be repaired -- or just replaced all together.
Deal was bust. 2 days of pics and such, guy decides to back out. I’m keeping my 18s for now and continuing on. I like the AT wheels but I sure as hell ain’t paying $1200-1600 for them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
geswek replied to Skeeter McSkeet's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI agree too. Spare isn’t needed unless you are off road away from civilization or you don’t or can’t afford tow truck. If I’m out in middle of nowhere and my spare was my life line I’d have one that fit and in bed of truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
HAHA; I don't mean to laugh but I so see that! My name is Storm Walker and I've had star wars jokes my whole life.
LMAO; when I saw you pop up in my Tapa I immediately thought "Leo Gets".
Yeah they do; they're same size as Chevy caps on other wheels. Guy who is top photo did that; he swapped his caps.
HAHA; they're on a Sierra so I'll have to get caps that have Chevy emblem and not GMC logo.
I finally had someone contact me after months of an ad being posted. I was wanting to trade an All Terrain owner for their 20s. Now someone has popped up and I’m conflicted! I’m curious on general populations thoughts. I will say I wanted those wheels from day 1 when I saw them. I just didn’t want to pay $1200+ for take offs. Here is forum member truck which is first I’ve seen that did it. Here is mine currently. The person does have KO2 so neither of us would need to change the tires. Which kinda makes deal pretty solid. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It’s been fixed. I took it elsewhere and they resolved issues with the Fox coilovers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Yep! This attracts me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
The 19 Rebel IMO looks nicer than the Trail. I’m look at both and if neither fit I’ll keep mine. Wife just got a new car and she’s got me itching to want one too LOL. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
If my truck was a road queen maybe, but considering I’m in backwoods I’m fine with Fox. My problem isn’t the shocks it’s the morons at 4 Wheel Parts. It’s all moot anyways. I’m getting either a TrailBoss or Rebel at end of year. 2019s are looking good. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
geswek replied to geswek's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsWhat is your fender height from ground? I’m trying to determine if truck is still less than 7 feet tall. I am told I should gain 1.5” from my current 2” lift height. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
geswek posted a topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI've been searching through all kinds of threads but not really seeing my answer--does anyone have an RC 3.5 with 18's and what did you choose for tires? Shop says I could run 33x12 on 18" wheel +18 offset at most--but then recommended I buy a 285/65/18. I'm currently on a 2" level with 275/75/16 -- not sure why getting another 1.5" of height would require me going to a smaller tire now. Is it not possible to do a 305/65/18 which should be 33x12? Wheels are Method NV +18 offset. I am replacing the upper control arms.
Yep; Fox and 4 Wheel Parts said the same thing. 4 Wheel Parts wanted to charge me another $500 onto of $1400/1500 I spent on installation. My fault was not verifying height when I left. I also didn't tell them to make sure it was at lift height because I thought they were smart enough to realize they were removing a 2" lift block to put these in and that was whole reason I bought the damn things. I learned my lessons; don't go to them and make sure you tell someone what you want. I went to Extreme and they took care of me. It cost me $244 and they did it with them on the truck by merely lifting the truck and take weight off the coilovers. My truck is now sitting where it used to be. I'm happy as hell. I'm still annoyed that 4WP didn't seem to care and when I asked them why they didn't use their head--they just looked at me. Lesson learned! I'm actually talking to Extreme right now I am considering putting a RC 3.5" lift on it and turning the coilovers back to stock height. I'd like to shove some aggressive 33's in there and still keep my 7' height clearance so I can get into the garage. I'm not interested in 5/6/7" lifts and 35's.
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