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You can run a 275/60R20 at stock height so you should have no problem with a leveling kit. I have BFG KO2 305/55R20 with a 2in level on my truck and have a slight rub on the sway bar when I'm backing out of my driveway. I have never used Toyo's but have heard great things about them, always like the look of the KOs better.
I've had 3 2014+ trucks and never had an issue out of any of them. First 2014 I had was a double cab GMC, loved the truck but hated not having room for anyone to sit in the back, so I ended up trading it on a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ Crew Cab. I loved the Silverado but just liked the cosmetic looks of the GMC a lot better. Came across a deal on a 2015 GMC Sierra SLT Crew Cab so I traded in the Chevy and went back to a GMC. Between all 3 I never had any issues out of any of them and put about 15,000 miles on the first two before I traded them in.
I hit a pole a couple of months back pulling out of a gas station. I ended up finding a complete assembly bumper including fog lights, valence, and all the brackets on car-parts.com. It cost me all together $800 and that was including shipping.
That's not a bad price at all I might have to check into it. From your pics it looks like you have a double cab. I had a '14 GMC double cab that I put a 2inch level and 275/70s on it. With a 2 inch level it still had a little rake to the front so if you want it to sit level I would suggest a 2.5 inch level.
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