You can push the tabs back some but yeah your about out of options. How’s is the ride with that kit? It looks great. Thanks.
Can you share any pictures? Does that kit allow you to retain factory wheels? You would be better to do the fender wheel support bracket delete and pull back the liner than push your suspension angles even further. I would think the cv’s would have a hard time at 4”.
I’m getting vibration with my new tires around 70 mph. Bfg ko2 285/65/20. 2 balances and still have it. Didn’t notice it before. 2019 gmc crew
I’ll save you some trouble. I put this size on my Sierra with a 2” level and could hardly turn without major running. I ended up heavily modding the fender wells and made them fit but it was a pain. I’d go 286/60/20 on a stock AT4
They are the AVS ones, I had some trouble with the edges stopping the window so I super glued the edges in place in the channel and have worked great since. I am hitting that same bolt head so not much I can do except take it out I suppose.
Your not gonna have a lot of options without a level or doing the fender support removal. The gmc fender wheel is narrower than the Chevy and previous years. I am running 286/65/20 bfg at’s with both of the aforementioned mods and still rub.
Need some help, I just installed 285/65/20 BFG KO2’s on my 209 Sierra with 2” level and they are rubbing the mud flap and back fender well bad. I removed the bracket and pulled back the fender liner but still rub more than I want. I think I am going to switch to a 285/60/20 or a 275/65/20. Does anyone have experience with these sizes on a Sierra? I want zero run and not willing to cut the mud flap. I appreciate any help.
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