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  1. Thanks. Now just to find a place that has the 5100's in stock!
  2. Looks like only the 5100 series is available for diesel engines. The 6100s only display when choosing gas engines. Will measure my rake today!
  3. How are your UCA's with this kit? I see its only 1.2" difference so I expect your UCA and CV look good. What size tires, wheels, and offset do you have? Any rubbing? Sorry for all of the questions
  4. Do you really not need new UCAs with the 2" RC kit? I see other kits at 1.5 and up that include or require new UCA's. If the UCA is not upgraded is it asking for trouble?
  5. Im looking to level my 2021 AT4 1500. I have done a lot of reading and have seen kits that range from 1" to 2". I have boiled down to the following choices: Fabtech Dirt Logic 1.5 Coilovers + UCA Fabtech 1.5 Spacers + UCA Readylift SST 2" (Really hate that I cant use 4 Auto) Rough Country 2" Is there a strongly recommended level kit? So confusing with all of the options. I came from a Ram 2500 with a Carli setup. If all else fails Im just going with the RC 4" lift kit that I had on my wife's 2019 Silverado.
  6. Did you mean zero/no rubbing? Im looking at 18x9 with a 0 offset and wondering the largest tire I can fit, stock is 275/65/18
  7. Hey gang, Just picked up my AT4 last week. My truck came with 18x9 275/65/20 Duratracs. I want to swap to 20’s so I just ordered Method 20x9 +18 with 285/60/20 Ridge Grapplers with high hopes not to rub on stock suspension. I have seen others running larger tires on the stock 20”wheels. The offset of +18 should push the wheel out by 10mm or so, so I’m not worried about the UCA but rubbing is a concern. I searched but could not find a definitive answer. Anyone running this setup or have feedback? I’m on stock suspension, not yet lifted or leveled I chose +18 for the 5.7” backspacing as I plan to get a bds lift eventually.
  8. Thanks for the details. Was the level necessary for the tires to not rub or do you think it would fit stock suspension?
  9. I’m hoping the same. I have a 21’ AT4 with stock suspension and just purchased 20x9 +18 Method NV305 with 285/60/20 Ridge Grapplers. Not sure if they will fit but decided to push the envelope. If they don’t fit I’ll just leave them in my garage until I lift (kind of swaying against a level unfortunately) Did you get your new setup yet?
  10. How much clearance do you have? I’m not yet lifted or leveled. Hoping this setup works in the AT4
  11. Its been a while but what did you end up going with? Any rubbing or trimming? Asking because I’m in the same boat with ordering now 20x9 +18 and want to go with 285/60/20 ridge grapplers
  12. My truck came with 18x9 275/65/20 Duratracs. I want to swap to 20’s so I just ordered Method 20x9 +18 with 285/60/20 with high hopes not to rub on stock suspension. The offset should push the wheel out by 10mm or so, so I’m not worried about the UCA but rubbing is a concern. Not trying to derail an old thread but has anyone tried this setup? I chose +18 for the 5.7” backspacing as I plan to get a bds lift eventually.
  13. Is this a 18x9 +0? I'm looking at purchasing one of the following Method setups: 18x9 +0 with 285/70/18 (Good choice if I ever want to lift in the future) or 18x9 +18 with 285/70/18 (Good choice for close to stock fitment) I really dont want any rubbing or trimming since I travel quite a bit. How bad and where is the rub?
  14. To the OP, did you ever get this resolved? I have the same issue on a 2019 Silverado LTZ. I had the display replace and the radio replaced but I am still experiencing this issue. It’s driving me crazy.
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