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Crazy Schooner

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About Crazy Schooner

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    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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  1. Nice, I remember someone making these for the Raptors a few years ago. I'll have to bookmark that link in case I buy a set with the ugly plastic cap in the near future.
  2. What have you done to your K2 today?

    I really don't like bland street tires on trucks. Even a tame tire like KO2's at least have some sidewalls to show off. if I planned on keeping this truck long term and running two sets of rubber; I'd honestly toss on some mud tires for shits and giggles. If i won the lottery i'd run wider fenders and boggers if I could get away with a good stance haha. People already give me dirty looks for rocking a lowered 4x4, might as well give them a reason to bring out some torches.
  3. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Tossed in a decked system
  4. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Couple issues with it, but I bought a CC/SB and I really didn't like the combo after a few months. If I bought an extended cab, I would still be driving it. Plus I hated how GM made some bigger interior changes to the 2019 models (heated steering wheel, better screen/backup camera). I just felt kinda ripped off.
  5. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    I sold the Silverado for a ZR2. Which I got rid of a few months later. Picked up this rig to ride around in for a little bit.
  6. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Thanks. Just some Lamin-x yellow tint.
  7. Lowest I can go with out notch

    Basically yeah. I don't have any before measurements, so it should be 3/6 now
  8. Lowest I can go with out notch

    I bought my truck from a local dealership, lowering kit was already installed. It's running a Beltech 4/6 drop (rear leaf is flipped). Seems to be okay. It's a 4x4 but no problems within the last few months. Note I did have the front struts disassembled and raised them an inch due to this being a daily, and winter driving. Before I raised the front end, tires are 265/65R18 After I raised the front end, new tires are 285/60R18
  9. Any Trimming On 4 in Lift With 35s?

    For the most part, I would say it would be minimal. This of course depends on wheel offset, and tire brand etc. On my previous regular cab, I ran 18x9 Cragar's with +20mm offset, paired with a set of 34x12.50R18 BFG KO2 tires. I was only running a BDS 2" leveling kit up front and I only rubbed the inner sway bar (I believe) at full turn in reverse.
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