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AKemp333

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    2017 Silverado 1500 LT 4x4

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  1. I went with 17s 285/70 Or 33x11.5 I love the way my setup turned out. Either way 285/70R17 or 285/65R18 will look good I just like the extra tire more then the extra wheel and the price on wheels is easier on the wallet.
  2. I got a gift certificate from my wife for Line-X Bedliner and front windows tinted to match back windows it was just under $520 after tax (Buckley, Washington Line-X shop).
  3. If you like the K02s check out the falken wildpeak a/t3w tires. I bought a set about a month ago and I love them. They look similar to the K02s but at a much better price and have a 55k mile warranty. I only paid $170.99 each for LT285/70R17 10 ply at discount tire since they price matched a sale I found online. http://www.falkentire.com/tires/light-truck-suv-cuv-tires/wildpeak/t3w-tire
  4. Maybe I am just a bit old school but IMO without a 6" lift and 37" tires the 20" wheels look like they should be on some low-rider and not a 4x4 truck. I guess I'm just getting old because it seems like everyone and their brother is running 20's. Hope everything works out with your new wheels, tires, and leveling kit. I know the tires I have are big for 285/70 or at least that is what I have read in comparison to other brands of A/T tires in that size.
  5. EditSo with my set up -6 offset is about the max I could go with a 2" level and 17x8.5 wheels with 285/70 tires. Last post on this page of the wheel tire thread are picks of my truck and more pics on the next page of the thread. Hope this helps http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/161228-post-your-2014-wheeltire-set-up/page-260
  6. There are pics of my truck 1 page back with just the 2" level.
  7. You could just do the 2" front level and You would end up about 3/4" higher in the rear after everything settles out.
  8. I already posted in Wheel / Tire thread but I figured I'd post it up here as well. Fuel Trophy wheels 17x8.5" -6mm offset and Tires are Falken Wildpeak AT3W 285/70R17 ( 33x11.5" ). I also installed a Rough Country 2" leveling kit. There was slight rubbing on front drivers side at full lock in revers. I used a zip tie to pull back the inside corner of the mud flap and now there is no rubbing at all.
  9. Fuel Trophy wheels 17x8.5" -6mm offset and Tires are Falken Wildpeak AT3W 285/70R17 ( 33x11.5" ). I also installed a Rough Country 2" leveling kit. There was slight rubbing on front drivers side at full lock in revers. I used a zip tie to pull back the inside corner of the mud flap and now there is no rubbing at all.
  10. I agree with you MicahLo I dont think your tires look to small either. I think they look great!
  11. You truck looks really good. I like the -6 offset it leaves just the right amount of tire sticking out of the fender. Are the tires rubbing at all?
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