Back with a few updates, sorry it's been so long! Suspension: Pro Comp six-inch Stage One Suspension Lift Tires: Toyo Open Country 35X12.50R20LT M/T Wheels: 20x10 Hostile Sprocket, -19 Offset Steps: N-FAB Wheel-to-Wheel Nerf Steps Lighting: Morimoto HID headlights and LED fog lights Cover: Undercover Ridgelander Tonneau Cover
Agreed. I'm a local preferred Katzkin dealer and you end up paying more when you bring us a kit you bought somewhere, no matter what brand it is. I've had Katzkin in about five vehicles, you can't go wrong (assuming the installers are up to par).
Thanks for the info. I also have an All-Terrain so seeing yours motivates me even more to get this done. I love my level and 33s but it's just time. You like the BDS lift? I'm between that and Pro Comp
I apologize if there's a thread somewhere or if this answer is buried in the 100+ page threads... For those who have a 6" lift and 35s, do you know how tall your roof is at the highest point? Trying to see if it'll fit in my garage! Thanks in advance!
On some of those pics I was parked on uneven ground so I'm not sure how much actual rake there is. I know the top of the wheel well is about 39.5" tall on both but I can get exact measurements. I'll definitely check all that out later today, no prob! I'll take some pics, too. Lemme know how that works for you, was thinking about doing the same thing.
It's been varying but it's definitely dropped since I put them on. I find that there are times where I have to push it harder due to the weight of the wheels/tires, thus making it consume more fuel (duh). City seems to have dropped from 15-16 to 13-14. Next fill-up I'm going to manually calculate it to be sure. I might also get the Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator, a couple guys on the forums says it's helped them.
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