275/60/20. The eibach kit has lift springs instead of just adding more preload to stock springs. The ride with the eibach kit is much better in my opinion, no more “porpoising” after big bumps or pot holes, you do notice smaller bumps more at lower speeds though.
I ended up going with those, originally they wouldn’t show up for my truck on the accessories page because it’s a 2020, not sure why GM thinks they only fit 2021 and up because they bolted up perfect, I’m very happy with them.
I've seen this question a few times, anyone have an answer? I'd really like to order a set of these, but would hate to drop the $$ if they don't fit or need to be modified to fit. I can't imagine anything changed from 2020 to 2021, but who knows with automakers these days...
Looking to put a set of running boards on my 2020 double cab, options are limited compared to crew cabs. I see a lot of them seem to be a certain length with a set of mounting brackets that can be moved along the running board depending on the vehicle. I kind of like the look of wheel to wheel boards since it balances out better but I can't find any that I like. Has anyone tried mounting a set of crew cab length boards on a double? any reason why this wouldn't work?
275/60/20 cooper rugged trek, 20”x9” 24mm offset satin black snowflake replicas. Coopers are way quieter (and cheaper) than the dura tracks on my wife’s trail boss, and just as if not more aggressive tread, really liking this set up so far.
2020 LT double cab z71. Already ordered a Eibach pro truck zone one kit and 1” blocks for the rear. Looking for wheel ideas, i definitely would like to go with all black (not a fan of milled accents or contrasting bolts) the question is satin or gloss.
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