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Whats a real good set of wheels and tires? With pictures

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Im putting a 2" rc leveling kit on my truck and I'm looking for wheels, I don't know much about wheels and tires so thats why I'm asking here. Thanks

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If you use the search feature on this forum you will find dozens of threads with different setups and pictures. That should help with your decision... or make it much harder :lol:

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Welcome to this forum! You will find very helpful information on this site. I would suggest you also read about leveling and lifts. Tires and wheels are an expensive upgrade so the more research you do now the less chance of regrets. Your stock rims may look good with a polish or a paint job. Tires will make the greatest impact on your truck! See http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/forum/147-wheels-tires-tpms/

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285/70/17 KO2 w/ 17x8.5 Method NV

 

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285/70/17 KO2 w/ 17x8.5 Method NV

 

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Same wheel with ridge grapplers in the same size.

 

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Those are nice ^

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Original All Terrain 20's with 33x12.5 Toyo Open Country RT. 2.5 inch level kit on front only.

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The 20" GMC Snowflake styled rim are one of the best IMHO. I have seen them on several generations of GM trucks, and on Chevrolets too.. I put them on my 2013, and they came on my 2017..

 

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General Grabber AT2 35x12.5r17. XD misfit 800 wheels

 

 

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2.5 icon coilovers 285/70r17 big ko2 method nvpost-174346-0-83839400-1504504248_thumb.jpeg

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You didn't mention what type of tire.

 

There are many types from street to mud and many in between. Buying tires is like picking girlfriends. They cost a lot and you're gonna have them a while. They look really good all clean and fresh. Some are quiet, some are loud. Some fool you and start out quiet, only to get loud after you've had them a while. Some can't go to dirty places, some love getting dirty. Eventually they all wear to the point you want to get rid of them.

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