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Midget_Cannon

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  • Birthday 10/04/2000

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    2015 Silverado 1500 LTZ 5.3

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  1. It’s really just a matter of trimming and angles. If I decide on the 12 wides I don’t want to cut the crap out of the truck. And the 8” kit drops the diff closer to factory angles.
  2. Hey everyone, I've got a 2015 Silverado 1500 5.3 with the 6 speed and factory 3.42 gears. I'm looking into lift kits and have decided I want to run either a BDS 6" strut replacement kit, BDS 6" Coil over kit, or the 8" Coil over kit. I've found the main differences to be Wheel and Tire Size Size of Diff drop Garage Clearance I'm looking at running 35x12.5r20 with a 20x10 -24 if I do one of the 6" kits or 35x13.5r20 with 20x12 -44 with the 8" kit. Either setup would be re-geared to 4.11's From my research, the 6" kits don't drop the diff the full 6", its more like a 4" with a leveling kit where the 8" kit is a full 8" drop. Correct me if I'm wrong. I've seen other members say their 6" kits with 35's were at roughly 81" tall, which puts a 8" kit up to 83" tall. Ive noticed most garage door openings are only 82" tall on a 7ft door. So maybe with some modifications could be made to 84" tall? Just looking for opinions on what you guys would do. Included a photoshop of my end goal
  3. Looks good. I would love to get my bumpers and grill power coated but the oven would melt this grill....
  4. Check customwheeloffset.com But leveling the truck would be a 2" or 2.5" front spacer. The truck in my profile pic has a 2" level with 18x9 -12 and a narrow 33 and it still rubs. You wont fit 12 wides without a lift or some serious cutting.
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