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  1. That's going to be a tall SOB for a daily. You also realize that is a spacer lift, you will be using 8" strut spacers on top of your stock struts. Also keep in mind this lift will increase your front track width 1 1/2", so you will need to run rear spacers to line up front and rear. Not a bad thing since you plan to run your stock wheels, that will help with a wider stance. Your going to need that going that high. The truck pictured looks to be running a 12" wide wheel which is typically a -44 offset. With a wheel like that and 35" tires an 8" lift is required to clear them.
  2. Are you leveled at all ? That will make a difference. If not the +18 would be the safest bet. Personally I would do the 0 offset just to get a wider stance. The +18 will be very close to stock and the 0 will put you pretty even with the fenders. I had 20x9 0 offset with 285/60/20's with a 2" level on my 2018. I had just a slight rub on the carpet liner when backing up and turning full lock. I just zip tied my liners back and that pretty much stopped it.
  3. You can run 35’s on the CST 4.5” with stock wheels. You may get a little rub on the sway bar due to the positive offset. But you would clear them otherwise. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I'm think the Superlift is a better choice if your looking at 6.5" just due to the full 6.5" crossmember drop. I know a member on another forum running it on his 2018 Silverado and it is a quality lift. Personally I didn't want to go that high on a daily driver that I do work out of the back of. I went with the CST 4.5" bracket lift with the CST coilovers which actually gave me 5" of front lift. I preferred not to increase my front track width. I run a 20x10 -19 wheel and a 305/55/20 for my Summer setup. That gives a nice stance without running any rear spacers. I can also swap back to my factory 20" LTZ wheels for the Winter. Also the CST 4.5" was designed to run a 9" wheel with 5" backspacing to allow a 35" tire. I just preferred not to run a 35" tire and stay closer to a 33"- 34" tire. This is my 2018 with the CST 4.5".
  5. I sprayed Fluid Film in the tubes before plugging them.
  6. All your lifts with a crossmember drop have cutting involved to allow for the front differential to drop. But I do believe the Superlift is a full 6" drop crossmember, which would allow better angles. The Zone 6.5 " shares the same crossmember as there 4.5" kit. Zone just uses a longer strut for the 6.5" kit. So in reality the Zone 6.5" angles are similar to running a 2" level on your stock truck.
  7. Have you looked into Reklez UCA’s . That’s what I’m running with my CST lift. They have a serviceable sealed ball joint. They are are built in your home state. I have no complaints with them, been running them for 10K miles. https://reklez.com/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Nice, I had those same wheels on my 2013 Sierra. Wish I would have kept them. Ended up buying the chrome 20x10 Hostile Rage wheels for my 2018. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. SierraZ570’s Hostile Havoks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks, it’s a 4 1/2” CST bracket lift with CST coil overs, rear is stock block and Deaver J1 mini pack leafs, CST street series shocks. Wheels are 20x10 -19 Hostile Rages with Nitto Ridge grapplers in 305/55/20. The Ridge Grapplers are the lighter version, 52 lbs. compared to the E versions 62 lbs. I wanted to keep my 6.2 performance. The ride is very nice and an improvement over stock. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I had Reklez UCA's with stock 20" LTZ wheels and Fox 2.0 coilovers on my 2018 when it was leveled. I was running a 285/60/ 20 tire also. Look into Reklez , as beefy and nice as cognitos. I'm now running them with the CST 4 1/2" lift.
  12. He means resistors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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