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  1. Looks like the rest of my pictures didn’t post- see below. Schooner- I like the look of yours too. I would’ve gone to black rims if I had a black truck. Felt like I had to stay with the chrome on mine
  2. That looks really good! I went ahead with my lift and actually put on the zone 3.5” combo kit- a 2” level in the front and 1.5” body blocks on the front and rear. I decided to go with the 35 x 12.50 R22 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on stock offset and couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. I had to trim my fender liner to minimize the rub but I do slightly rub the sway bar at full turn (not a huge issue for me). I do have a question though: when you say you had to do some metal trimming to not rub, where exactly did you have to trim? I’m contemplating grinding down my sway bar but I’m a little skeptical.. might just learn to live with it. Pics below
  3. I just installed the Zone 3.5” combo kit on my 2014 Chevy Silverado. It’s a 2” leveling kit in the front and 1.5” body lift. Tires are brand new Nitto Ridge Grapplers (35 x 12.5 R22). There was a lot of skepticism going into this and even the discount tire guys were reluctant to testfit the 35 on there. But man, I’m glad I did. Slight rubbing at full turn, and I trimmed a couple of inches out of the fender liner. But nothing major, no metal trimming needed. Pictures do not do this thing justice
  4. I am planning on installing the Zone 3.5” Combo Kit on my 2014 Chevy Silverado. It is essentially a 2” leveling kit with a 1.5” body lift. http://zoneoffroad.com/zone-offroad-products-3.5in-combo-lift-kit-chevy-gmc-pickup/c1351 Has anybody run this setup before? I plan on keeping my 22” Chevy rims. What tires sizes are feasible with no rubbing? (VERY minimal trimming is OK) I appreciate all the help I can get! Thanks
  5. I am curious about this exact same topic, and there is not much to find in other forums. I have a stock 2014 Silverado running 285/45/r22, and want to increase my tire size also. (I like the look of more rubber as well). I know I’m not being much help but we are in the same boat- I’d love to clear 35s (34s would also work but seems like there’s not much out there with a 22” wheel) with minimal lift but I know just the 2” level won’t do the trick. It seems you can only get away with 33s on a 2” level. If anyone could help us out that’d be great!!
  6. I drive a 2014 Chevy Silverado with factory 22s and 285/45/r22 tires. I plan on putting a leveling kit on it and getting some bigger tires to beef it up a little bit. Thinking about a 3” leveling kit in the front with 1” blocks in the rear. (Just running a 2” leveling kit in the front would be an option but I’ve heard you can only get 33s under there) A few questions: does anyone have any experience with a setup like this? What’s the biggest size tires I could get? (I’m assuming I could get 34s without rubbing). And also, what are everyone’s recommendations on tread width? I’m wondering if I should stick with a 285/55/r22 or upgrade to something a little wider? I appreciate any help!
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