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  1. I did the Readylift 2.25 with the Readylift upper control arms, 1.5 Readylift add a leafs in the rear, I have the stock 20inch wheels with 275/60/20 Nitto Terragrapplers and it rides and drives better than stock, very happy with the results, I have no rubbing at all, those stock stamped upper control arms are garbage.
  2. Thanks for the insight, I think I'll be fine running just one inch spacers, I'm running the Readylift 2.25 leveling kit with their upper control arms and ball joints, 275/60/20s, and I'm lucky if I put a 100 miles a week on the truck, I should be good for a long time. It should just barely poke out of the fender well with the tire size I'm running. I'm still not sure if I'm gonna go this route yet or not, may just get 0 offset rims. Thanks again for your reply!
  3. Thanks for your reply and experience, the ones that I am looking at are 1inch Bora hub centric spacers so I’m looking in the right direction anyway. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. I've been doing a little research as far as how I like the look of the stock 20's with 1 inch spacers, it will give me the look I want without having to buy new rims. I've also been doing some research about buying quality spacers etc. I'm just looking for any real world experience with them from you all. Good, bad, what to do, what not to do etc. Any and all replies will greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance!
  5. I better check to see if mine is in the console lol, I have had trucks off and on for the last thirty years and have never put one on any of them, I've never really thought about it. with having an emissions and inspection sticker already there I don't really want another sticker there, two is bad enough.
  6. I can't tell in the pics but are there any dents in the metal part of the bumper? The rest should be able to rubbed out with different grades of compounds and polishes. I'm on my phone at the moment so I can't see too much.
  7. I know someone has to buy the newest model but I never do, first year of new model is almost always problematic, Chevy is having their share of issues with the newest generation as well, happens to them all. All I know is the 2016 and 2018 Rams I had were problem free other than the tailgate latch recall.
  8. My Silverado is an LTZ with the 5.3 and 6spd, extra cab 6ft bed 3.08 gears 4x4, my Rams were all Quad cabs 6ft beds and Hemis 8spd 3.21 gears 4x4, I inherited my Silverado and have had no problems with it so far but if I had my choice and didn't keep my Dad's truck for sentimental value I would still have the Ram, throttle response is crisp and smooth, steering is precise, shifting was flawless, it was like it knew what I wanted to do and reacted to it. The ride was solid and quiet. I've always been GM all my life til I bought first 2004 Ram, I still love Chevy's but when you've driven both many miles it's hard to deny what feels better. I've made improvements to driving feel with a tuner but it's still not as good as the Ram stock. Now I wouldn't give up my C4 Vette for anything.
  9. I've had three Hemi Rams, 2004,2016, and a 2018 and all of those trucks were all around better driving trucks than my 2017 Silverado, had my Dad had a Ram when he passed away I'd still be driving one. I don't have any problems with mine but I put a level on it and bigger tires just to get the same look, put a tuner on it just to make it run more like the Ram and shift better. I like the truck and really miss my Dad but it's not in the same class as the Ram.
  10. Thanks man! So far I really like this setup, rides really well and gives the truck just the look I was going for, and it gets rid of the stamped steel upper control arms.
  11. 2.25 Readylift level with Readylift upper control arms, 1.5 Readylift Add-A-Leafs 275/60/20 Nitto Terra Grapplers.
  12. I don't know whether it's the new tires or the Add-A-Leafs but it actually rides better than it did before. The reason I added them is I'm never taking the topper off as I have a nice trailer for large stuff and I didn't want ass end sitting lower than the front over time. I'm very happy with the results.
  13. Thanks! I'm really liking the look of it now! These trucks look so much better leveled out.
  14. Thought this pic turned out nice and shows off the level nice. 2.25 Readylift with their upper control arms and Readylift 1.5 Add-A-Leaf. 275/60/20 Nitto Terra Grapplers.
  15. Thank you! It's a little bit him and a bit mine now.
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