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  1. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    The 275/65-20 is a full inch more diameter than the 275/60-20. That is not "just a little taller." When dealing with these trucks and levelling kits, that's ALOT taller.
  2. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Thanks, man. 285/70-17s on 17x9 et -6 Pro Comps: Recently added a tool box:
  3. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Safe to say that my '15 Sierra w/ a 2" RC kit up front & 2" rear block would need some trimming to run 285/75-17 KO2s? They're listed as 33.9" tall and my wheels are 17x9 et -6.
  4. I hate that tailgate. Any time you make something more complicated than it needs to be you're going to have problems. Not to mention it is just plain ugly.
  5. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    What size tires on this truck? 285/75-17? Looks fantastic.
  6. Even with the 6.2 any price that starts with a "6" is f-ing insanity. Denali, AT4 or otherwise. My '15 SLT crew was $43.5k out the door. There's no f-ing way you can say this '19 is twenty grand better.
  7. 285 or 275??

    I had to make this decision when I bought my wheels & tires. Ultimately decided on 285/70-17 (essentially identical to 285/65-18) simply because it was the best combination of size and light weight wheels. A year later, between these two sizes, I would opt for the 275/70-18. To my eye, the extra height looks better and you barely notice the more narrow tread. For instance, Duratracs in 275/70-18 size look way bigger than my KO2s. The difference in width is a c-hair to the naked eye.
  8. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Rough Country blocks. Only driven around town so far and it feels no different. Going to get on the highway this weekend and test it out at high speeds.
  9. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Love the new wheels & tires. Could you do a meet up Sunday morning at Humarock Beach? I've been considering 295/70-17s and would like to see in person just how much bigger they look.
  10. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    It does BUT the top of the hood line is higher than the top of the bed line and it creates the illusion that the truck is nose high. Especially when the truck is on even a very slight incline.
  11. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    285/70-17 KO2s on 17x9 et -6 Pro Comps.
  12. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Didn't care for the nose-high appearance of the truck with the 2" level so I installed the 2 inch rear block to give it a bit of rake again. Subtle difference but just enough to fix the problem. Before and after:
  13. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    These look like 285/75-17. I have 285/70-17 and your tires look noticeably taller.
  14. Specs on wheels & tires? Guessing 37x12.50-20? Looks f*cking awesome.
  15. 19' Silverado Black

    Those look like 285/65-18s which is 32.7" or thereabouts. Definitely look on the small side on this particular truck.

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