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Basketcase

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  1. I’ve seen them a couple times on stock rims. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Not sure if it’s worth it to ship them to you. If you are seriously interested PM me Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Are you located in Canada? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Method NV HD 18x9 +18 wrapped in BFG AT KO2 35x12.5r18 I have 1.5" spacers that I may throw on just to see... but everything is difficult right now since I broke by ankle pretty good last week, so I may not.
  5. I have a full loaded (literally every single option) AT4 crew cab, which is exactly the same as a fully optioned Denali.. my door sticker says 3019lbs Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. That’s a great deal! Congrats! I also got a good deal. I got my AT4 for $84k plus tax with a sticker price of $95k (I’m in Canada) so $11k off, which was cost plus $150 for my dealer. Every other dealer in my area said between $3-6k off. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Specs on truck? Or wheels? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. 35x12.5r18 on Method NV HD 18x9 +18 Stock suspension, no keys touched. No rub whatsoever any where even over bumps at full lock. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  10. I didn’t want as much for the AC, as I find the AC on full really cools the whole truck rather quickly (mainly just removing the humidity is the biggest thing). I wanted the rear vents for heat the most. As it’s very cold in the back and you have to crank it in the front to warm the people in the back after a long day of snowmobiling, and I get hot fast so don’t like the vents on too high and then the people in the back freeze. Thought the rear vents would really help. The rear heated seats are amazing for that though Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Yup fit perfect and not a single rub. Thinking 37s would have fit with a higher offset wheel. I may push them out another 1/2-1” that’s where the 35s may start to rub. I’d think another lower than a 0 offset may be getting close. Remember though, I never leveled or touched the keys. I wanted to see how they fit perfectly stock to keep all my travel and they fit perfectly. Driving in my fields and cycling through the full suspension while turning over bumps and not a rub. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Has anyone noticed the rear vents don’t blow very hard? Even with the fan on high? Was really excited to have them in the back over my ‘17, but they don’t seem like they’ll do too much. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I ordered a fabtech before receiving my truck. I cancelled after talking to a couple guys who had them. They were the only one who listed one for the 2020s at that time. A couple guys told me they rode like shit, and one even removed it and is back to stock until a lift kit comes out. When I received my truck finally, I measured and my rake is only 1.25" from front to back. So not sure if my front is sitting higher than normal or what, but I'm not going with anything for the time being. My 35s and Methods get mounted on Wednesday, and will see how they fit then. If anything I will crank the stock keys a couple turns. I like a bit of rake since my truck still works hard, and I hate the look of a squared rear when loaded.
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