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  1. To the guys that have installed the 2” rough country level kit on your AT4, are you happy so far with the kit? Any issues? I am pissed off because I had the zone 1.75” kit installed which said 295/60/20 would fit on stock wheels. That turned out to not be true. We did some significant trimming on my truck and I turned into a gas station with a slight hill and it rubbed extremely bad. I am planning to swap the kit out with the 2” from RC in hopes the little extra clearance will help with the rubbing.
  2. My truck is brand new with 500 miles and I went ahead and had the zone 1.75” level kit installed, I was hesitant but pulled the trigger. I went with 295/60/ Toto AT III on the stock wheels. Zone’s website says this tire will fit with no rubbing well that was definitely false! There was quite a bit of trimming that had to be done. Overall the ride seems very similar to the stock ride and I think the stance of the truck looks good now. Overall I would say I’m happy. One concern is it is VERY tight between the UCA and tire not much room between there at all, is this cause for concern or will it be fine?
  3. Truck looks awesome man! Looks like it sits perfectly level. I will have to look into that 2" SST kit, I like the fact it comes with the UCA. My stock tires are 275/60/20 what is your opinion on 295/60/20 (keep stocks wheels) after the kit in installed? All in all looks like its about a 1" bigger tire and 3/4" wider. I am thinking that shouldnt cause any rubbing but dont want to make the mistake.
  4. Looks great. What size tires did you go with? Any rubbing? No problems so far with ball joints or cv axles?
  5. Hey guys, just took delivery of a 2020 crew cab AT4 with the 6.2 absolutely love the truck! I have seen a lot of mixed reviews on which leveling kits and tires to go with so I was hoping you guys could help me out. From just looking at the truck the way it sits it appears a 2" level would be just about perfect to correc the factory "rake". I do not want to go with a much bigger tire than the stock ones but i do want something a little more aggressive and bigger, what size do you guys recommend? I like the factory wheels but I may go with an aftermarket wheel I am still undecided. Have there been any issues with the cv angles, ball joints or aftermarket tires rubbing on the UCA? Appreciate any and all feedback you guys can provide. Thank you!
  6. Selling my truck i really hate to because i love the truck but do to a new job i will have a company truck and will no longer have any need to keep it. It is a 2012 sierra SLT crew cab z71 4x4 with the 6.2 liter engine. It has 25k miles loaded with every option except sunroof and nav Has black leather interior. It has a 2.5" level kit with some 33x12.50x20 toyo mud terrains and gear 728 overdrive wheels. Airaid MIT intake with filter. Diablo intune programmer and flowmaster high flow performance muffler sounds nasty! This truck is a 10 out of 10 great condition. KBB has the truck priced in excellent condition for close to 40k i will start out by asking 38k being a little negotiable. Truck will be available in 2 weeks and will be located in the Phoenix AZ area. Any questions feel free to call/text me 352-302-2737
  7. someone make me an offer want it gone!!
  8. bump want these gone make me an offer.
  9. each is like new was taken off trucks at 5k miles. not sure what there going for so make an offer. They are off of a 2010 5.3
  10. new price 450 obo plus shipping or can meet for pick up
  11. Just took this off my truck going with a different look it is in like new condition comes with all mounting hardware to bolt right up. Here is a link with any information you may need. Would probably have to be a local pick up or i could drive and meet someone unless your willing to pay for shipping looking to get 475. Located in Hernando FL 34442 http://www.truckboxdirect.com/luvernechevroletgmc2tubulargrilleguard.aspx?DepartmentId=782
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