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Bgill

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About Bgill

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    Brian
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    2016 Silverado 2500 HD Z-71 LTZ
  1. I'd recommend you contact or stop by Sarasota Customs they'll treat you right and cover all the options.
  2. Not to mention all components (except shocks) come with a lifetime warranty if I remember correctly....
  3. I was told I had a choice +20 and the sizes you mention or +0 and 295/55/20 otherwise running the +0 with the larger tire sizes would require some minor surgery wasn't willing to do at this time (maybe in 40k or so miles I'll reconsider). I went with the +0 as I wanted a little more lip on the rim and 295/55/20 and after some initial second guessing myself because of the tall wheel wells I'm happy with my decision. Speedo is spot on (no mods or adjustments) and only lost 0.5 mpg on my fuel mileage which I consider a win. Also I added the red GM caliper covers which draws my eyes down to the wheels and I'm not so keenly focused on the wheel gap anymore....LOL.
  4. Photo's are located in this thread: http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/201482-2016-silverado-2500hd-new-wheelstiresrc-kitetc/
  5. I used the rear blocks and have .5" of rake and the ride is fine kit installed per RC instructions then realigned. I'd say better then stock ride then again I run 60 PSI up front and 65 PSI in the back for day to day driving which made a big difference in itself.
  6. With a +20 offset they should fit like a glove, no rubbing, scrubbing or mods required.
  7. I would suggest you call RC or Custom Offsets for guidance with tire sizes with an 18" rim. No issues with bump steer, vibrations etc but I generally keep it to around 10 mph over the posted limited since it'll never be comparable to a sports car.
  8. You can run 295/60/20 with stock rims. I'm running 295/55/20 with 20x9 +0 offset XD wheels, no rubbing, scrubbing or mods required.
  9. I'm happy with it, its definitely a change over stock low deep rumble but not nearly as loud as I anticipated. My wife and daughter haven't even noticed it yet which surprised me. On a loudness scale of 1 to 10 if stock was a 3 the Magnaflow I'd give a 5 riding in the cab. I still need to let the wife drive it and do a few passes then follow her in the car to see how it sounds to others outside of the cab of my truck.
  10. Update: I swapped the muffler over to the Magnaflow #12909 today. Local Muffler shop charged me $236 installed OTD tax included. They welded it in and had it completed in 30 minutes, he said it was pretty straight forward and he didn't need to add any extra pipe, it fit perfectly.
  11. Thank you for the compliments. I guess I'm over thinking things a bit again, took me 3 months to settle on which set of wheels. LOL
  12. Same or slightly better then stock in my opinion, I think the new shocks with the kit may be why, no more Rancho's. But in fairness they were only on the truck for about 1500 miles. That might not have been enough time for everything to break in completely. I'm happy with the results but to do it again I might have gone for the 4"-6" Zone kit instead (50/50), especially if you want 35's on a rim with +0 to -24 offset. The set up I now have is probably perfect as a daily driver which is how I use my truck.
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