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    Greg
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    GA
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    2020 Silverado 1500 RST Z71 5.3

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  1. NP Buddy The RC HD are adjustable meaning you can slide them in to touch the pinch-weld or pull them out pretty far if you need more step
  2. I have the RC HD2 they mount level with the pinchweld on the bottom, they have plenty of grip and are simple to install.
  3. https://www.americantrucks.com/readylift-silverado1500-2-in-billet-aluminum-front-leveling-kit-66-3920.html#customer_reviews Anyone have experience with this kit? Is it a - sure why not? Or is it a - do not do because ______ is better? It looks easy to install and i cant see any negative in it or foresee any potential problems but this is why im asking, am i missing something?
  4. Hello I dont know if this allowed in here but i will soon have some 2020 RST factory 20inch take offs wrapped with nitto ridge grapplers in 275/55/20 with more that 50% tread left that i wont need as i will be getting new wheels and tires soon. Anyone in GA interested? New the rims are 395 from Detroit wheel and tire website may be cheaper somewhere else let me know. And Nittos new are 1000. So all new this is a 2600 dollar package not to mention TPMS so i will consider taking 1700 for the set. Sorry i dont feel like shipping out of state unless you do all the leg work and tell me where
  5. Man thats a sweet wheel setup you got. what offset and size tires you running also what size lift and how much cutting did you half to do?
  6. Looks good what is the tire size? and did you do any trimming for the +1 offset?
  7. finally someone with the offset im looking at. I have a few questions, Are you lifted or leveled and, did you half to do any trimming to get the +1mm offset to clear with stock tire sizes? Or are you stock height and just put the wheels on with no trimming or fitment issues? Also can i get a pic from down the side to see how much poke you get out of +1 offset? It looks like you get quite a bit especially if you dont half to do any trimming Thanks bud
  8. LOOKS GOOD how much lift do you have and did you need to trim anything or did your wheel and tire setup work without any trimming?
  9. Hi All I have went through the wheel and tire thread and cant seem to find the answer im looking for. I have a standard 2020 RST 4x4 with 20in rims and want to get the Fuel vapor wheels and want to know what offset to get and what the largest tire size i can get with that offset without cutting or lifting the truck. IE can i get a -18 offset and run 275/65/20s or do i need to go with +20mm offset and get the 275/60/20s or will the 65s fit on the +20mm offset with no rubbing? Thanks for the help
  10. Hi All I have went through the wheel and tire thread and cant seem to find the answer im looking for. I have a standard 2020 RST 4x4 with 20in rims and want to get the Fuel vapor wheels and want to know what offset to get and what the largest tire size i can get with that offset without cutting or lifting the truck. IE can i get a -18 offset and run 275/65/20s or do i need to go with +20mm offset and get the 275/60/20s or will the 65s fit on the +20mm offset with no rubbing? Thanks for the help
  11. Op can you give any insight into if while the hood is closed and you spray water at the grill and hood near the hood release latch that water would enter the air inlet hole any water droplets or puddles near the hole. The reason i ask is there is another post with 2 cases of people getting hydro lock from going through seemingly small puddles of water and having it go into their intake and blowing their engine which GM is denying their warranty saying it was their fault. Both stories are similar and involve only 3 to 4 inches of water Here is the link to the last page.https://www.gm-truc
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