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Palytoxin

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  1. Glad I double checked this thread. I have been looking at a 21 Sierra 1500 AT4, but I am going to pass for now. Can't stomach the thought of buying something with known leaking issues, especially for this price.
  2. Do you happen to have some better pics of the carbon fiber wrap you did? Looks good, from what little I can see. Considering doing mine and would love to see the completed project.
  3. Thanks for the update! Great looking truck, I originally went for a red one, but they only had one with leather in white at the time so that's what I drove home.
  4. Sharp looking truck! Mine is Summit White as well. What did you use to darken the headlights and turn signals? Looks really good.
  5. I may just have to break down and pull the trigger this weekend.
  6. What about with 275/60/20? I didn't want the 305s they quoted as they are like 70 pound tires, I don't need some crazy tire like that.
  7. See I have factory 18's so I have to make the jump to aftermarket wheels since I want 20's, or rather if I am going to pay for them I prefer aftermarket over factory 20's. I don't mind the narrower size so long as I can pull it off without rubbing.
  8. That's what I'm thinking. I reached out to Ready Lift and they said it "should" be ok with the +2 offset that Fuel Contras come in. Naturally they wouldn't promise no issues. My truck stays mostly on pavement or smooth gravel roads. Worst it's seen is a dry creek bed, never had to use 4wd in my life. I just don't want to deal with any rubbing, if it could just be a simple fix with pulling back fender liners I am not opposed to that. Seems people run 275/60/20 with no level so I can't imagine I should have issues.
  9. I'm looking to level my 2018 LT Z71. I have settled on the Ready Lift 2.25" kit with upper control arms. I'm also looking to add either the Fuel Contra or Fuel Rebel in 20x9 with a 01+ offset and Falken Wildpeak AT3W in 275/60/20. Any potential issues I need to be aware of with fitment?
  10. I have a 2018 Silverado LT with Z71 package. I went today to a reputable local off road shop and got a quote for wheels/tires/level kit. The recommendation was for the Ready Lift 2.25" level kit with upper control arms (mine has stamped arms), Fuel Rebels in 20x9 0 offset(black), and Falken Wildpeak AT3W in 305/55/20. The shop quoted me $4000. This included new lug nuts, mount, balance, and alignment. Am I wrong to think this seems high for the work and parts being used? I will admit I am totally ignorant on this subject, but I specifically told the shop I wanted absolutely no rubbing and no trimming. This is my first time dealing with any truck mods and I don't like the idea of pieces and parts rubbing. Am I wrong to think this 12.5" wheel is a bad choice as well that will certainly lead to rubbing? Any other recommendations? My research led me to believe with this level/wheel combo I would need something more like 275/60/20. I know these questions get asked endlessly, but I am in totally new territory for me. Thank in advance for any help.
  11. Great looking truck! I just picked up a 2018 yesterday. Mind posting a link of where you got the tail lights from? Really like the look of them!
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