Morenar posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraHello Everyone, I have tried searching on the forum for anyone with the stock 5 spoke gloss black 20x9 GM rims https://accessories.gmc.com/product/2017/GMC/Sierra 1500/20x9-inch-aluminum-5-spoke-wheel-in-black-23431106?categoryId=106003 with 275/55/20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. All I have been able to find is those with All Terrain rims or the Snowflake replicas, etc. I would really appreciate if anyone had a pic of these on the rims above, could you post them? Thanks,
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Yes, my 2017 has the stamped UCA's. So far I see no change in the ride. The shop that did my install has being working on lifting trucks and leveling for many years. They pretty much stick with Rough Country leveling kits but they had not heard or seen the new Rough Country Billet leveling kit until I brought it up to them. They had only been installing the polymer kit so this is their first billet RC kit. They preferred the billet and it's so light. Since mine is a v6, I plan on only replacing the tires with the Nitto Ridge Grapplers 285/60/20. Don't want to add the extra weight of rims and tires. I spec'd out the tires with the Fuel Vapors 20x9 and I was adding almost 100lbs per side.
Here's the leveling kit installed
After the install it was sent out for the an alignment and was adjusted. So that was last night. I just took the truck out and parked it on a level surface and I measured the passenger side, it is almost 38in from the ground up the through middle of the tire to the edge of the wheel well. The driver side is 37 1/2 so either it was not on a level surface last night or it needed to settle some. The rear passenger is 40in and the driver side rear is 39 1/2. Only thing I can think of is additional weight on that side.
I just had the 2in RC Billet installed yesterday. I noticed the driver side front sitting a bit lower than the passenger side front. Once I measured it was almost an 1inch shorter. Did anyone have an issue like this?
Sounds exactly what was happening on my 2017 after 8k miles. The attached is what was replaced about a month ago. Then shortly after 600 miles started doing the hard downshifts again and they found quote " Found several valves in the valve body scored due to metal in transmission at last repair of torque converter failure. This is causing valves to bind and stick intermittently when hot." They had to replace the upper and lower valve body assembly. You think they would have flushed the transmission after the first repair a few times.
Has anyone had to add wheel spacers after the 2in leveling with stock 20" Goodyear LS-2 tires? I been reading and some say the RC 2in leveling kit may cause some rubbing with stock tires. I was thinking of purchasing these if needed https://www.roughcountry.com/wheel-spacers-1065.html
Morenar posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraSo I see Rough Country has the red billet aluminum leveling kits as well as the previous style kit. Previous Style - Rubber\plastic I assume? https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1307.html Aluminum Billet https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1313.html Any real difference other than what it's made of? Does anyone recommend one and not the other? I notice other companies use billet aluminum spacers, etc. but wasn't sure what everyone experience was. thoughts?
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