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  1. First post, after a lot of searching... Planning on picking up a RCSB Silverado, 2016, Z71. Need to tow up to about 6klbs. Not opposed to helper air bags, but want truck dead level unloaded, with enough drop to be recognized, but still enough room for 22x10, -24ish offset, preferably a 12.50 mud terrain. Doesn’t have to be 12.50, but I want wide without stretch.. and with a strong shoulder of a mud terrain. I think it’s on the outskirts of possible, with a little trimming, and think a 2/4 or 2/5 would be best option. Problem is that I see some kits at 2/4 level, and some kits with 5” rear drop still with a ton of rake. I know there are tolerances and all, but on average-what rear drop gives dead level rear on a 2” front drop? Or do you think this is unreasonable, and I should just drop the rear level and run 33x12.50s on 22x10 with stock front end? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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