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  1. Hello everyone, I have a set of 18 inch Z71 wheels for sale off my 2018 Silverado 1500. They have under 10,000 miles on them and are in great condition. Let me know if you have any questions. Asking $450 Local Pick-up only please (Southern California/Burbank) Unless you had any reasonable ideas for shipping. Thank you.
  2. Nice setup man looks really great. Thanks for the replies everyone i appreciate it. I believe the wheel is an 18 offset, its a Method NV305 5.75. I have a buddy at the shop that i could try it with. So i guess best thing to do is just go down to tire store and see if i can get the fronts mounted as a test. The guy has been there my whole life hopefully he will be cool about it.
  3. Thanks for the reply. I wanted to keep the ride height somewhat practical as i travel a lot and in Southern California there are always parking garages so i didnt want it to get a pain to get around when im working. Otherwise i would have done a decent lift and been done with it lol. But that was the main reason for choosing the Fox 2.0s. I was watching a few videos on how they do that.
  4. Hello everyone. Ive searched and searched and finally have to take the walk of shame with another wheel fitment post. Can you guys give me your opinions? I have a 2018 Z71 with the Fox 2.0 Coilovers and rear shocks. I just put Method NV305(5.75) 18s with BFGoodrich KO2 285/65/18s on. Im really happy with the setup, feels great but i wouldn't mind beefing up the tires a bit as there is some room. I was wondering if any of you think id have a rubbing issue if i were to go with the 34x12.5 KO2 which would run exactly an inch taller and an inch wider then my current setup. It would be a 33.5inch tall tire. You think i could get away with it? Here is a pic of how its currently sitting. It seems i have a bit of extra space for a bigger tire. Thanks for any help in advance! Have a good one.
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