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  1. If you pull up the kits directly on the ReadyLift site, expand the Details and it will say it but only on the 2” lift. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Glad I could share. Yeah it makes a big difference going from 6 ply to 10 ply Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. They are 295/70/R18. I coming from BFG KO2 tires on my last 2 trucks and swore by them but I have to say these are pretty good. Only reason I gave this a go is because KO2 didn’t come in this size and there was a deal buy 3 get one free. It worked out! Super quiet, aggressive look and so far good on dirt. Haven’t tried it in mud or sand yet. They do ride stiffer than stock but that’s because it’s E rated so any E rated tires will be stiffer regardless of make/model. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Just an update and thanks again for all of help and advice which made me go this route instead. I didn’t take into factor of the size of the mounting base pad as well so the Method 312s were too risky to try. I was able to get the Method 309 18x9 0 offset to fit with no spacers so I feel good about it since this will for sure clear the ReadyLift UCA once that is installed. Here’s some pics now without the ReadyLift SST installed yet. Had to take out the front mud flaps for now since they were rubbing really bad. But will probably put them back once the leveling kit is installed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. FYI if anyone else was wondering if these will fit. The only size for the new Silverados that will work without a spacer is 18x9 0 offset. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Yes adhesive is just as good as OEM and cut precisely Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I actually think they are better quality than the OEM chrome ones. For some reason I always think chrome plastic is cheesy. For this interested, I decided not to install these. Got them from some guy on Instagram for $95. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Decided to take the easy route. Replicas produced in matte black so no paint required and already has adhesive on the back. I plastidipped it but I just hate the texture and how you can smoothly wipe it with a microfiber towel without it getting stuck to it. eBay for only $37 shipped for both. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. The biggest difference will be E rated tires. It rides stiffer so you’ll definitely feel it. As far as the weight, I don’t feel too much of it. I have the Falkens and they are heavier. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have 4 BORA custom spacers being made and shipped by next week. It’ll be hub to wheel exact fitment for the Silverado 1500s 78.1 to 106.25. Unfortunately I no longer need these and it’s already being made. These fit several of the Method and KMC wheels to eliminate vibrations and gives you almost 1/4” space which is the most you can safely go and still be able to use factory studs. Paid $170 for these and willing to part ways for $100 shipped for all 4. Message me if you are interested. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. That’s a good question. My guess would be no since it’s the bottom of the tire that gets pushed more than anything. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. The Falken 295/70 is actually 34.3”. I put it next to BFG KO2 35x12.50 and the height are almost exact which KO2 states theirs is 34.5”. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Good luck! Is you used the found it lower link on their site and send them the link, they’ll approve it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I think the 6mm spacer will definitely allow it to fit since it allows .23” backspacing and your only adding .4” total for the whole tire. It won’t stick too far out considering it only pushes it .23” out. The Falkens have been pretty impressive so far and a lot of great reviews out there too. Super quiet on the road. I haven’t been able to test it offroad or in the rain yet but again, good reviews on that part too. It has an aggressive sidewall for an AT. But remember that these are an E rated tire so it’ll run a little stiffer than the stock C rated Duratracs. The original price was extremely good for that size. It’s weird because other sizes for this tire runs expensive similar to KO2 and Toyo prices and in some cases the KO2 is cheaper than Falkens in some sizes. Now add that on top of a 3 for 1 sale made it a no brainer. The sale is back on for Labor Day. What I did is price matched American Tire Depot’s sale and got them at America’s Tire. Comes out to $175 per tire. Can’t beat that price!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I hear ya. I’ve done nothing but KO2s on my previous trucks and they are the BEST tire I’ve owned. The stock Wranglers are trash so I guess anything would be an improvement. I’m using Falkens now since it was the size I was going after and it had the best look and price was amazing (buy 3 get 1). I’m not sure if the KO2s in 305 would rub on the UCAs but you can always get 6mm spacers to push it out. Outside if that, the biggest one that will clear for sure in KO2 is 285/65 but that’s only 32.5” tall x 11.5” wide. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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