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  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/2X-Hubcentric-12mm-1-2-Wheel-Spacers-6x5-5-6X139-7-14X1-5-78-1mm-Bore/201959860276?hash=item2f05bee834:g:MBMAAOSwkwdbrULk:sc:USPSPriorityFlatRateBox!77095!US!-1 I ran a hubcentric spacer similar to this on my truck to stop some rubbing when I had 305s
  2. Cheap, $18 https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-1500-inner-fender-trim-10002.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIs_G7u-ie5QIV8ZFbCh1ftA2QEAQYASABEgIrq_D_BwE
  3. I don't have a pic with the plate not installed, but the whole pinch weld is gone to the cab. The plate just gives you the ability to mount the wheel liner back nicely. I'm also on 10 wides with 34s, no rubbing.
  4. You have to trim out quite a bit for the plates to be installed.
  5. That's exactly what these plates are for, it just looks way better
  6. Yup, it will still help you rub alot less. But you can't be afraid to cut some metal lol
  7. People are so full of crap on Custom Offsets, anyone running a 20*10 or wider with a 33" will have to do some trimming. Here is what you need to do to get your setup to rub a lot less, order these plates and follow the instructions on what to cut: https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-1500-inner-fender-trim-10002.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIs_G7u-ie5QIV8ZFbCh1ftA2QEAQYASABEgIrq_D_BwE I did this to my truck to get my 20*10 with 295/60r20 (34*12) to stop rubbing. My tires don't rub at all now during normal driving or reversing, the only time they rub is when I'm turning sharp and articulate the suspension. You're always going to have some rubbing with a 12 wide, unless you go with a 4.5" or higher suspension lift
  8. Sounds to me that your diff is somehow out of spec, I would have been shopping for a complete 9.76 after the 2nd rebuild. Is your truck stock height?
  9. They're definitely more than noise makers, headers are good for about 20 - 30hp depending on the tune.
  10. Speed Engineering also makes a nice set of headers, very similar to the TSP style. I will be putting Speed Engineering headers on my truck this winter with a catted Y pipe.
  11. Nice, I didn't realize they had a cheaper option.
  12. If you want to run big boy 35" tires, you need a big boy 4-6" lift.
  13. You will need 2 separate devices to fix tire size and turn off DOD without a tune. Hypertech Speedomoter calibrator for tire size and a Range AFM Disabler for the DOD. This would be the only way to get both things you want without tuning the truck.
  14. GM isn’t going to replace or repair anything engine related if they detect a tune. It doesn’t void your complete warranty, but you would be hard pressed to find a dealer to do engine warranty work.
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