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  1. Thanks. I wanted to do 295/60 but couldn’t confirm no rubbing with anyone so went with the 285/60. CST guys recommended I stick with 285/60 or 305/55. With my setup, At full lock the outside of the tire just touches the front wheel well liner. You could probably zip tie it back but I’m not sure how much larger the 295s would be. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. 3.5" CST Lift with 285/60/20 ridge grapplers +1 offset fuel 20x9s. no trimming or rubbing
  3. Had the CST stage 3 3.5 inch lift installed this week. Loving the ride so far. A little stiffer than I expected but that may be the new LT tires too. The body roll/boat feeling when turning, breaking and hitting speed bumps is gone. Feels much more planted to the road. With that though I can now feel every bump but I'm used to it as my daily driver is a mustang.
  4. This will be my first experience with CST shocks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Check out the CST Suspension stage 3 system. I have the parts and scheduling to have it installed. Comes with adjustable front coilovers up to 3.5” lift, uca’s, rear shocks and rear block for 1” or 2” rear lift. I went with the 2” rear block. I think you can run stock wheels with this setup and keep the 295/60s. I’m going with aftermarket wheels +1 offset. I was told to go 285/60 with the +1 offset to avoid rubbing for Sierras. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Anyone running 295/60/20 tires with 20x9 +1 offset wheels or stock wheels on 2019 Sierra 1500 with 3” or 4” lift? Trying to find out if they fit without rubbing/trimming before I pull the trigger. Thanks
  7. I have Diode Dynamics SL1 low beam headlights, XP50 backups and HP36 cargo led lights from my 2015 Silverado 1500 looking to sell. I purchased the bulbs in December of 2018 and had in my truck for approx 8 months before trading it in. Don't need the bulbs for my 2019. These are great lights. Huge upgrade over the stock bulbs. perfect working condition. According to Diode Dynamics website, the SL1 low beams fit 2007-2015 Silverado, Cargo HP36 fit 1999-2019 Silverado and Backup XP50 fit 2014-2019 Silverado. $175 for all of them
  8. I'm looking at doing the same with mine. Just got a pair of CST coilovers I'm having installed. Everything I'm hearing is anything larger then 33" x 11.5" will require some trimming on Sierra 1500.
  9. CST guys said it wouldn't be an issue as long as I add the UCA's if I go to 3" in the front. I'll see what it looks like with just the coil-overs around 2" and decide from there. Still trying to decide on wheels and tires.
  10. Looks to me like the factory AT4/Trail Boss has the rear lifted also. Anyone know what the actual suspension differences?
  11. Hello, new to the forum. Recently purchased a 2019 Sierra 1500 SLT and I'm enjoying seeing everyone's trucks on here. Trying to figure out what to do with mine. I would like to go a little higher than just leveling but still fit in parking garages. I have the front 2.5 coil-overs arriving this week to level it. My understanding is that I could raise the front up to 3" with these coil-overs and add new UCAs and new rear blocks to get a 3" lift. Anyone running a CST setup like this on a Sierra? if so, would like to know wheel and tire setups.
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