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  1. Thanks. 20x10 -18 Fuel Maverick with 35x12.5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
  2. Started de-badging. Is it still a Trail Boss without the stickers?
  3. Custom Offsets installed the wrong 315 MHz sensors in my wheels so they would not sync (2019 uses 433 MHz sensors). They did offer to send me new sensors and pay for the labor to install but I ended up selling them for a larger set after I lifted my truck. My new wheels from Custom Offsets were easily synced with my TPMS relearn tool.
  4. No, I had just enough room to squeeze my fingers between the bumper and tailgate to install the light bar.
  5. I have the Putco Blade and used the Putco "Plug and Play" harness which connects to the trucks tail light wiring harness not the trailer lights. I tried the Curt harness from Amazon but my truck did not like it, my screen kept alternating between "Trailer detected" and "No trailer connected" over and over until I disconnected the harness. Also tried plugging the light directly into the trailer plug but had the same problem. Putco harness info: Blade Quick Connect Harness for 2019+ Silverado/Sierra 1500 SKU: 529005 Link https://www.putco.com/529005
  6. Bora recommends 77.8 hub bore which is what I bought and they fit perfect.
  7. Thanks McCoy. I did have a 1.5" Motofab level with these wheels. No rubbing or trimming. Picture with 305/55's on 20x9 +1 Fuel Mavericks before the BDS lift.
  8. The studs on my Trail Boss are 1.75" but only about 1.25" of thread
  9. 6mm Custom Bora Hub and Wheel Centric Spacers to clear the front calipers. Hub centric fits the hub and wheel centric fits the wheel bore for a tight wheel to hub fit. These spacers have a hub bore of 77.8 and a wheel bore of 106 to fit my Fuel Mavericks. These spacers eliminated the vibration I was getting from my Hub Centric only spacers. Ordered Bora 1.5" thick, 77.8 hub bore x 106 wheel bore, hub and wheel centric spacers for the back since the front is wider now with the lift. Will probably need the cut down my studs so the wheels fit flush on the spacers. Also using extended length lug nuts in front.
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