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Scooter Scott replied to Zane's topic in The GarageCan't wait to see this build come to life!
So after a 2" level and ReadyLift control arms, I do get a very slight rub on the upper control arms. Has anyone extended the steering stops to keep from full lock hitting the arm? It would not be that much so I don't think it would be that much of a problem for the turning radius.
I don't really want to go that big. I am pretty happy with my larger tires right now. I would prefer a level but not needed. The larger tires I think helped out with all handling and I can't really tell any mpg hit.
So the general consensus on the late model pre-19s is that you HAVE to get new wheels? Personally I've been running 275/65/20 on my 18 with no level. I haven't checked in awhile if I'm rubbing or not. I would love to level it but all I keep reading is it will definitely rub if I do. I haven't felt rubbing on my current setup.
Scooter Scott replied to Nitrousbird's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraCongrats on the new truck! I was fortunate that I got mine when they had huge rebates and a 6.2 CC Max Tow was in transit to a local dealer. I had a 16 Silverado w/ the 5.3 and 6spd. I love this new truck. I put larger tires on it than I did on my previous Silverado and the mileage didn't change at all. Congrats again!
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