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As suggested in another thread, I figured I'd try to get this going. It'd be really cool if all the 2014+ forum members would post your wheel/tire set-up in a central location.

 

Post some pics, and include details on sizes, offset, backspace, lifts, levels etc.

 

Also tell us about any rubbing and/or trimming required to run your set-up.

 

Thanks

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Great idea!!

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I guess I'll be first since it was my idea (LOL).

 

2.5“ Pro-Comp level, front only.

18" factory Z71 wheels, 18x8.5, +24 offset

Toyo Open Country AT (not AT2) LT275/70R18

No rubbing, no trimming.

 

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Here are mine:

2" RC level

20x9 OE wheels machined black. +31 offset

275/60/20 Falken Wild Peak AT

No Rubbing or trimming

 

 

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305/45/22 on liquid metal machine and black wheels.

 

 

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I'm in... Man I need some new pics if rain would stop messing up my truck ha

 

305/65 18x9.-12

 

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SEY CK156 22" GM wheels, 285-45-22 Bridgestone Dueler A/T, no lift, no level, no rub.

 

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Not mine, only seen this beast for like 4 min :( ,,, talked to the owner for 1 min. Said he had a 7" lift and 35" tires I saw that the rims where 22" ... When I pulled up to his truck at work. Hope he doesn't get mad at me posting his truck here... For the 3rd time ;)

 

 

That pic is my phone screensaver:)

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Not mine, only seen this beast for like 4 min :( ,,, talked to the owner for 1 min. Said he had a 7" lift and 35" tires I saw that the rims where 22" ... When I pulled up to his truck at work. Hope he doesn't get mad at me posting his truck here... For the 3rd time ;)

That pic is my phone screensaver:)

Lol are you a stalker? He might get a little creeped out

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Lol, not at all it's just the first truck I saw like mine in person that had stuff done to it. I've only had mine for almost 3 weeks. I'm saving now for tires/rims for winter setup.

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18 x 9 rims with zero offset. BDS 4 inch lift. 275 65 R18 durotrac tires.

No rubbing and lots of room actually. I think 33's wouldn't rub either.post-125934-0-63570700-1400279008_thumb.jpgpost-125934-0-54476500-1400279050_thumb.jpg

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305/60-18 (33x12.50-18) Cooper ST Maxx on OEM Chrome RT5 All Terrain wheels, no lift, no rubbing. Now leveled 1.5".

 

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22" SEV CK162 6 spoke black, 285/45r22 Dueler H/L, 2.25 Level, No rub. Cheers :cheers:

2.25 Level

2.25 Level Kit

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18 x 9 rims with zero offset. BDS 4 inch lift. 275 65 R18 durotrac tires.

No rubbing and lots of room actually. I think 33's wouldn't rub either.attachicon.gifimage.jpgattachicon.gifimage.jpg

With your 4" I'd bet you might squeeze 35s. What wheels are those? Look kind alike fuel dunes but not.

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