After much deliberation, I settled with a muffler delete and I clamped the valve open. More than pleased with the result. Letting it break in before I decide to go the AFM Range route as well. So far, the drone/chop is VERY minimal both inside and out. VID_80521103_195316_558_1.mp4
Stock backspacing should be roughly 6" (6.06" for the sticklers). Zone states that 5.75" of backspace as the limit for running 35x12.50 on a 20" rim. So looks like a 1" spacer all around should do the trick?
Got into a new 2017 1500 All-Terrain earlier last year and just getting around to a lift. There are two shops close by that claim it would be near impossible to run a Zone 6.5 or anything similar with my stock 20x9s and 34/35 inch treads. Is this just a lazy approach by the shop I don't remember having such an issue with my 2014 that had 18" stockers, besides running spacers. Am I just barking up the wrong tree as far as the shops or am I missing something?
Went with 2" RC. Ride loss VERY minimal. Waiting on treads until we know for sure if we are moving to Hawaii or not. More than happy with the stance. I wanted some rake left up front for any light towing/hauling.
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