Im waiting to install a moto fab 2" leveling kit with the new tires. Im trying to go as big as I can in order to fill up the wheel well area. Now Im considering 18" with some 275/70/18. Just to get some better snow rated tires. I just dont think 275/55/20 is going to cut it. lol
Again, Im researching the crap out of everything in order to make sure I get everything I want when I place my order. Big Whiskey and anyone else that might have some thoughts on the subject. I originally wanted the Nitto Ridge grapplers because thats what looks good and it seems as if thats what most people are going with. I'm in MN. and havent found any real positive comments on the Ridge Grappler in the snow. After reading some reviews, including yours, Im interested in the Falken AT3W. The only down side is that I cant get the tire in 295/55/20. Could you suggest a quality Hybrid tire that does well in the snow and comes in the 295/55/20 size? Im not that big of a fan of Goodyears so the Duratrac is something Im not really interested in. Thanks all
I have the silver 1500 and Im excited to get it looking right. That 2500 you have shown is damn nice. Congrats on the sweet ride! I'm checking on the 9 wide rims and the choices are night and day different. Thanks for your help.
I have continued to research wheels and I had a couple of additional questions, hopefully someone can help with. First question is: If I want a flush set up should I go down to a 20x9" wheel to get the correct offset? Every 20x10, even the fuels mentioned, are all negative offset, the fuels go down to -12. I cannot find anything at 0 or closer to 0 than the fuels. I have looked on the custom offsets web page and cant understand everything but Im narrowing some stuff down, Also are some tires with the same sizes written on them thicker or thinner. If my tire overhangs the wheel 1/8th to 1/4" Im ok with that but I dont want anymore. HELP! I just want to order some wheels and tires that fit. lol
Im trying to buy some wheels and tires for my truck. Im looking for something that is flush or maybe 1/4" out. I have looked for days at online pictures, been to the offset customs website and Im still baffled. It seems as if all 20 x 10 wheels have -24 offset. How do I go about finding a brand that make something with less offset or still gets me flush with -24 offset. Im sure that I am missing something, I just cant figure out what it is. Your help is appreciated.
I seen the thread and I really liked the work. I may have to borrow your idea if you dont mind. What sub and amp did you go with?
Although I can see myself falling into the trap of more and more audio stuff, Im trying to do this as easy as possible. I just want to do 1 sub amp if possible. If everyone think it will sound like mud, I may go ahead with another amp but only if I have to. Is everyone running power up one side and RCA's up the other? Anyone built a bandpass box that fits? Thanks for your help.
That helps. I wonder if the dash speakers need to be a little bigger, different tweeter or something. If the doors sounded better, one would think the dash should as well. Hmmmm.. Thanks for your help. Did you build a box or buy one the prebuilt subs with the box that fits under the seat?
Bucketmouth posted a topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMI have an 18 LT 1500 and Im planning to add a sub. I also want to upgrade the factory speakers but they will only be powered by the factory deck. Would anyone recommend spending money on new speakers or is there no benefit if they arent powered by an amp? I was hoping to keep it simple and run 1 amp for a sub. Thank you
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Noob question: I need about 2.5" lift in the front of my 18 LT. I am planning on purchasing a set of Bilstein 5100's and I'm wondering who makes a leveling kit that will raise the vehicle about 1.25 to get the height 2.5" I need? Thought it would be easier on the shock not running it at the absolute top, but I don't know much about this stuff so bare with me. My end goal is to install some 20" wheels with 33-34" tires.. Thanks
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