I ordered mine on 1/16/21. 2021 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab, Short Box AT4 Trim Satin Steel Metallic 6.2L AT4 Preferred Package Driver Alert Package 1 20" Wheel Option Power Sunroof Was told 12 + weeks. Now to just hurry up and wait.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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