My 4 1/2” CST will clear 35’s easier then the BDS 6” since it’s a bracket lift not a knuckle lift. It doesn’t increase the track width. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
SSchup started following Garage friendly lift setups?, Lifted trucks with stock wheels, Show me your lifted '14-'18 Silverado/Sierra with 22s and and 1 other
In Michigan they shut construction right down March 24th completely if it wasn't critical infrastructure work. I'm a flatwork contractor and we were shut down due to no redi-mix plants delivering. Our Governor let Landscapers go back to work 2 weeks before construction. She let construction open May 7th, I said screw it and went back a week earlier. Not sure how new construction is going to fare but I'm busy with private work. Seems as though people are wanting to spend money on upgrades for their homes. I'm booked at least into August right now.
Because here in Michigan we have a dictator governor that is way over her head. She's trying to impress sleepy Joe and get the VP pick by shutting down our state. She's in the Auto manufacture's pocket, letting them start back May 15th cause the UAW endorsed Biden. Funny you can let thousands of people go back to work in the shops but she has no plan to let small business open.
2018 Silverado, 4 1/2” CST lift with 22x10-25 and 33x12.50/22 Toyo MT’s. Could easily do 35’s with stock wheels or a 22x9 with a 0 offset. I just prefer the stance with the 10 wides and a 33” tire. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I'm back working since last Monday. Like I said earlier I'm a concrete contractor so most of my jobs are outside on either new construction or private residences. So far I've only had one of my main employees working with me. I'll need to call back the other two workers soon though. My phone is actually ringing off the hook for estimates, which is kind of surprising to me. I did 5 estimates yesterday and the first one the homeowner walked right up to me to shake my hand, I just kind of backed up and avoided shaking hands. I said that he could show me what he was interested in doing and I would take my measurements while keeping are distance. The next four places I went to, I really got the impression that no one was really trying to social distance. I had to mention it to each of them. I get the impression everyone is just tired of the whole stay home stay safe thing and are ready to go back to normal life.
If your considering 12 wides, your best bet is the 4 1/2” CST bracket lift since it will not increase front track width. Other 4” lifts including BDS & Zone knuckle lifts increase front track width 1 1/2” per side. Running a 12” wide would be similar to running a 14” wide on the CST kit. I’m happy running 22x10 -25 and a 33x12.50 with the CST kit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
If you haven't bought tires yet I would go with a 285/55/20 and with pulling your liners back with some zip ties you should be fine. Most all 10" wheels are going to be between -19 to -25 so really not much difference.
I watched It this morning, I saved it on my phone because I knew it would get taken down quickly. Anybody that want's to know what's really going on here should watch this. On another note, are dictator governor has opened up residential and commercial construction as of tomorrow. I said screw it and went back to work Monday. I'm a concrete contractor and here in Michigan we have a short enough season as it is. No point in making it any shorter, I've already lost a month of income.
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