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DMAXNAZ

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  1. I'm just leveled. I included that at the bottom of the original post for reference. I want to be able to go one tire size larger without any fender or flap mods. I was hoping that bringing the wheel in 19mm would allow me to bump up one tire size. I can visualize it in my head, but just don't have it down on paper.
  2. I've read all of the fitment threads for 5 years, but I still have a question for someone that might be able to calculate better than myself. I currently run 285/70/18 on 18x9 +1 offset wheels. I only rub back inside of fenderwell at full lock which is no big deal. If I go up a size to 295/70/18 and purchase a new 18x9 with either +18 or +20 offset, will that be enough of an offset change to compensate for the larger tire size? I would like to keep my mudflaps and avoid any trimming. 2015 2500hd CC 4wd front level
  3. Right on. I have the flip up console with the solid one underneath. If I didn't have so much crap in that, that location would be a great spot.
  4. I have 285/70/18 toyo muds on zero offset aftermarket wheels right now. I'm leveled and they only rub at full turn sometimes. They were installed on my factory +44 offset wheels when I first got them. I did level the front, but I'd guess they wouldn't have rubbed if I left the front end stock. I have a 2015 2500.
  5. Has anybody installed some in a crew cab, other than under the back seat?
  6. I have a 2015 GMC 2500 Crew Cab. Had anybody done subs in this vehicle, other than under the rear seat? I'm pretty sure my interior is the same from 2015 to 2019.
  7. https://www.customwheeloffset.com/wheel-offset-gallery?order=&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado+2500+HD&year=2017&suspension=Leveling+Kit&wheel_diameter_from=20&wheel_width_from=10.0&tire_height_from=305&wheel_diameter_to=20&wheel_width_to=10.0&tire_height_to=305&page=1 Here is a good search for you to check out
  8. I've been running the 5100''s for a few months now. So far so good. There is a noticeable difference in ride quality.
  9. I had a problem with geolanders years back. Switched to michelins and problem solved.
  10. Will have to find a tire you like and llok up the specs. I was searching last weekend and some of the same size tires of the same brand and style have differt ratings. For example check out a toyo mt 35x12.5x18.
  11. The diff drop is new to me for a torsion cranked leveled truck. I had over 100K on my last 2500 when I sold it, and it was cranked from day one with no diff drop. I know I can get the spacers for $40 and have them installed in under an hour, but is it actually needed?? I don't seem to feel any vibration from the front end that would tell me I might need to do this mod. Is it just a piece of mind thing?? On my last truck I replaced the idler and pitman at 70K. I did install the supports when that replacement took place. It was hard to understand how they actually worked until I installed them and you could see how they would help. Even looking at a picture you can't really tell. I would appreciate any feedback on either mod if possible.
  12. If I did it all over I would have left the 285's on the stock wheels and lowered the rear 2 inches. I would have left the front stock.
  13. Keys, no blocks. You can fit 35's in the rear with no blocks.
  14. I have that size on mine. 18x9 +1 offset wheels. I cranked the front 2in and they fit fine. No trimming at all. I even have mud flaps. If you left stock wheels on you wouldn't even need to crank.
  15. After owning a durabeast for years I told myself I would never return to gas. Not having anything to haul now, I couldn't justify the extra cash on a new diesel, so I bought a 6.0. I have been happy with the 6.0 other than the mpg, but there a days I miss my hopped up diesel. Next truck will be a diesel again.
  16. I ditched 20s for 18s years ago. Totally worth it imo. Lots less choices for wheels, but oh well.
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