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  1. I’ve got a 2020 RST with 26,500 miles and mine shows 76% front and 85% for the back. They’ve been squeaking about two weeks. Pretty sure they need to be replace with soon the stop and go Massachusetts driving I do. All we need to do is pop wheel off, there’s a pin through the caliber and a metal bracket that holds the pads in. Pop those out and slide new pads in without removing rotor. Problem I’ve seen is by doing this, truck will detect new pads and go into limp mode with a max speed of 43mph and you need a scanner to clear. I came to post about asking if anyone had problems with installing brakes
  2. I was thinking either 18-20. Was thinking 20 inch because it’ll give a more of a lift then the 18s wouldn’t it? This is a lease and then at the end I could take them off and put them on the next one.
  3. I have a 2020 Silverado RST. Looking for suggestions for rim and tire size. Looking at the 20” Fuel Rebels and 33 inch tire. I’ll probably do a leveling kit at some point, but for now I’m wondering what’s the biggest I can go without rubbing and trimming.
  4. Anyone know what the max wheel size is for the stock 18x8.5 is before rubbing? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I’ve got a silver ice Silverado RST Allstar. Looking to see if anyone has the same and what they’ve done wheels/tire wise, level kit etc so I can get some ideas. mine currently sits on the stock 18s with stock wheels. I’m thinking of maybe getting some black 20s and a level kit and then either rebadging the lettering with gloss black or removing “Silverado” off the fenders and tail gate. ive got an American flag “Chevrolet” insert on the stamped in badge on the tailgate which I like but just want to see what others have done.
  6. New to the truck scene. Coming from a 2017 Durango. Got a 2020 RST Allstar. Looking into lifting it and wanted to know if it’s possible to do a 4-6 inch lift for around $500. I also want to get wheels and tires too which will be a separate expense pic of my truck currently
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