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    DeLand, FL
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    My truck and basketball
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    2015 Silverado Rally CC

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  1. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Cleaned her up nice and then took her downtown in the evening.
  2. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    YES. I have 22" wheels with 285/40 tires and a 1.5" spacer lowered about 2" in the front and I do not have the same turning radius. When I was lower it was flat out terrible - maybe a turn and a half before I rubbed. At 2" it is reasonable - about 2.5 turns before rubbing. If your wheel is not centered in the wheel well it really detracts from your turning radius.
  3. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    From Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018LMSBO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  4. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    This may be a naive question but what is the benefit of installing aftermarket coilovers?
  5. Post your trucks

    My 2015 Rally is a little newer than the your 06 but I am trying to catch you in terms of money spent on it.
  6. Took the boys back to school in Jacksonville a few weeks ago...
  7. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    My note was in response to his first post questions which were not answered. In his first post he asked if he had to drop the hitch. Thanks though.
  8. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    If I recall right you'll also have to take the hitch off and there were a couple of tight angles to get bolts out.
  9. Couple of weeks ago I had my baby lowered. It was too low. Today she came back up a couple of inches. Also added 1.5" spacers to give her a wider stance.
  10. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    My tape measure disagrees with your eyes.
  11. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    A closer up shot of the wheel of the current wheel position.
  12. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    If you look at the picture I posted after the original install of just the lower control arm my front wheel was farther back than it is now. The rubbing is definitely affected by the wheel being back but the picture makes it look worse than it is in person. It is improved from original which was pretty damn bad (see below) despite what the above picture seems to indicate. The alignment was done by another company and they had difficulty then getting it aligned. One of the things they mentioned they apparently had to do to get it aligned that first time was to trim the tie rod to get it to work. When I asked Inez why it sat so far back versus most other trucks that had their kit they said the wheel placement was an alignment issue. Tire Kingdom did the alignment and they are a pretty decent company in my other experiences with them, though this was done bat a different shop than I usually deal with.
  13. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    The Inez arms are still on the truck. I kept them on.
  14. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    As I noted I have some rubbing at the back of the wheel well when I turn. My installer recommended going to a slightly shorter tire and if that doesn't work he would re-shape the inner wheel well sheet metal. I do need new tires so I will probably go that direction first. I am not that knowledgeable about tires but have been looking through different tire places online to try to educate myself. I originally wanted to get wider tires but the spacers gave me the look I wanted. I am good with matching the width of my 285/45/22 tires. I have just started researching shorter 285's. My installer think just going down to 285/40 will solve the rubbing issue. I haven't been able to quickly find any 285/40 tires that meet the truck load rating. I have only hit a couple of sites but they carry most of the regular name tires I am familiar with. Anyone have 285/40/22 tires or even 285/35/22? I don't really want to go narrower or change out my rims.

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