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  1. @techsan15 are those wheels -24 offset? can you snap a pic at full lock . I've got 295-55 with 20x10 -19 wheels and I've posted a thread about going a bit higher to fix rubbing issues I have with Bilstein 5100 at heighest setting. think this kit and some new ucas might be just enough after seeing your truck
  2. For daily driving how bad is front strut spacers and rear blocks. Obviously new leaf packs/add a leaf and proper length struts are better but I don’t take the truck off-road and I have 10 ply tires so my ride isn’t exactly great Would the zone 1.5” body lift work for what I need in the bit more tire clearance Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Looks good, basically same setup as me for wheels and tires. Thinking I might go with the 4” ready lift sst kit. Really want the zone 4.5 but requires welding . I can install the lift myself just no welding experience or welder. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I don’t wanna spend too much. Or I’d have done a 6”bds with full piggyback coilover set up instead of skimping on tire size and getting the Bilsteins Maybe 2 grand tops cdn so 1500ish usd Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. posted in the suspension thread but didnt get any help. currently running 20x10 -19 wheels with 295/55 ridge grappler tires and billstein 5100 shocks on top setting. totally happy with everything for the past year and a half however tired of the shit thrown up the truck and when i installed everything i had to remove the front gatorback mudflaps due to rubbing. after trimming i only rub full lock reverse and sometimes going up on driveways. so ive picked up fender flares and would like to get some mud flaps back on that said i think i need a bit more clearance for the front i would really like to be able to keep my existing 5100 shocks if thats possible shouldnt need much more height in the front but not sure. options im looking at are some 2.5-3" lift pucks, (aware ill need new upper control arms) 3.5-4" lift kits from various brands
  6. Some solid e rated tires helps towing stability too Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I’ve got a double cab with a jayco white hawk 29bh and blue ox wd hitch. 5.3 tows the trailer fine, I know it’s there but there is enough power, haven’t scaled but I know I’m close on weights but a HD truck isn’t in the cards just yet. Buddy has the same truck in a crew and another brand travel trailer couple feet shorter and about the same weight and has gone through the prairies , some grades in British Columbia and the north west USA with 3 kids a wife in the truck he’s close on weights too but made out fine. You ain’t winning any races but the 5.3 is decently capable Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. looking to add a bit more sound to the truck, Its a 2016 with the 5.3 and I've got a carven cat back competitor single exit exhaust its been on for 2 years and love it just looking to add more. I've also got a diablew tune would adding some headers be what im looking for or go muffler less?
  9. looking to raise the truck a little more then it currently sits and hoping someone can give some ideas on what to get. 2016 double cab with bilstein 5100 all around set to the highest on the front. with nitto ridge grapplers 295/55/20 and 20x10 -19 wheels I had to take off the gator back mud flaps up front as it rubbed awful so I did that , did a quick half assed "norcal" and I only rub in reverse full lock on a bump. so everythings pretty much good as it sits however im getting annoyed with the amount of crap flung all over the truck so I ordered some fender flares off amazon, and id like to get the mudlfaps back on to prevent snow build up on my running boards. looking at the duraflap ones as that lifted kit bracket they have looks pretty good for rubbing issues. not sure how much higher I need to go on the truck if at all to help alleviate rubbing issues with mud flaps installed but I would also if possible keep my existing bilstein shocks would a 2.5"-3" spacer level kit work with some new upper control arms to help with the angles be pretty much all I need ? I don't take the truck off-roading and I don't need the best of the best just the most cost effective way to do this properly thanks!
  10. Doesn’t just delete door chime but whatever. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I’ve read numerous negative experiences with llj over on diyma. Are you just wanting to add a sub then a lc2i. if you plan on sub now and then in a couple months decide **** I wanna add a amp and new speakers just save the pennies up for a pac amp pro. Do it right the first time . Even if your just doing a sub the amp pro is a wonderful piece. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Just installed one this past weekend, nice looking product, I wasn’t aware of any noise complaints but I hear nothing, also have a soft cover on the bed Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Imo if your dropping the ass end 6 inches when hooked up your overweight and would be in dually territory. my 1500 with a 8500gvwr camper is level or maybe a inch squat. Apples to oranges comparison here I know Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  14. Yeah your definitely gonna be over. If you had the max tow package you'd be good for a little longer. And with that length a good strong wind your just asking for a unenjoyable time. I won't go any heavier or longer with my current one I'm 35' bumper to Hitch. I also drive a semi so towing is nothing for me but I'm definitely at my limits shocks and tires were a bandaid till she's paid off in a couple years. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
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