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  1. I was just curious as to whether people ran spacers after they did their lifts. I have read that you need a 1.5" spacer on the rear after adding a 4.5" lift to compensate for the front track width being wider.
  2. Does anyone have experience with belltech lift kits? I've seen plenty of positive reviews from their lowering kits. They've been in the suspension industry for a while, just not so much the trail or lift side. Long travel is the end goal, but a $700 coilover kit with a 5 yr warranty vs an extended strut sounds more functional. I'm considering the adjustable 3-4" lift coilovers, part #15203. -Helper spring -60mm damper body -35mm independent valves -20mm piston rod I've got a 2020 z71 with the 3.0 Duramax for those needing an image to work with. Still exploring UCA options. 35*12.5r17 will be the tire size. Probably going to order them next month.
  3. Is anyone running this set up on a 2.7? If so how is it handling the 35’s in terms of fuel economy and power? Really curious too because of the 3.42 gear ratio. Feel free to share pics of your ride too. Love seeing 35’s on these new trucks.
  4. Hey everyone. I finally pulled the trigger and ordered the new ReadyLift 2" SST Lift Kit for my Trail Boss. It adds 2" to the factory 2" lift, in a safe manner, for a total of 4" of lift. I also purchased a new set of Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ 35x12.5R20 tires (swear by these). The kit is on a 1-2 week backorder but the tires will be here today. As soon as I get everything, i will post pics and will describe how the install process went. I am also selling my current tires Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ 305/55R20 (33.5x12.5R20) that have 13/32 left of tread on them. If anyone is local to Michigan, DM me if you are interested and I will be putting up a listing shortly. As always, any questions please dont hesitate to ask. Pics of current setup will have to do for now.
  5. Hello guys. I have a 2017 Silverado RWD. That has a spindle lift currently. With the spindle and a small level it sits at around 7” of lift (install shop said it should be the equivalent of a 4x4 with a 6” lift). There was some light trimming done. Mainly zip ties on both wheel wells. I’m running 20x10 -18 wheels wrapped in 35x12.5 Toyo RTs. With only one passenger and myself there are no clearance issues. However once I add people in the back seats I get noticeable rubbing on turns and when backing out of spots in reverse. I plan on taking it back to the shop. I was thinking adding Bilstein 5100 adjustable struts in the front and changing out the control arms to clear around 2 more inches in the front. Hoping it alleviates the rubbing. Do you guys have any other suggestions for my situation? Thanks
  6. A flat Good Year Wrangler SR-A set the tire shopping in motion, and a 10% off sale on Nittos convinced me to try the 35x11.50r20 Ridge Grapplers. My goal was to get as much tire as possible without having to adjust the suspension so as to retain the stock ride, keep costs down, and achieve the aesthetic I like for modern 4x4 trucks. I was prepared to crank the front keys a few turns for up to 1" of leveling, but my preference was to avoid this if possible. Ridge grapplers have two sidewall designs on the tire; one side reminded me of Transformers, so I went with the more subdued sidewall. This doesn't impact fitment. After about 20 miles of driving and some parking lot testing turning the steering back and forth, the tires fit fine with only a few close spots throughout the range of motion. I've seen people report frame rub at full lock with these sizes; it hasn't happened to my truck yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if it rubs mildly while turning sharply over rough terrain. Rear clearance is fine. A few tips: Check the actual dimensions of the tire you're choosing. The Nittos are 35s, but the actual diameter is about 34.7". Each manufacturer is a little different, and most list the true dimensions on their websites. The same applies to metric sizes - a BFG may be narrower than a Toyo. Looking at my truck, 35x12.50r20 would have fit too, but would probably rub on the wheel wells while going over bumps during a turn. The 11.50s provide just enough extra room that my truck has yet to rub, though my mileage count is low (20 miles since install) so I'll update this thread as I add miles. Expect to lose fuel economy. No data yet, but I anticipate a 1-2 MPG drop. Aftermarket wheels change everything. The popular offset or "poking" look makes it harder to stuff big tires without a lift. If you're changing wheels and tires, disregard this thread. What's next? Fresh oil, a detail, and maybe a front window tint. I'd like a Corsa, but they're $$$. Please excuse the dirty truck:
  7. I have a 2014 silverado 1500 with a 3in level on it. I'm thinking about some new wheels, I was looking at stock 22x9 with +24 offset wrapped with 285/55r22 nitto trail graps. The specs on the tires are 34.5x12. I see a lot of people clearing 35s under a level, do you guys think this setup I am looking at is possible?
  8. New to the forum and I’m looking for some help. I have a 2014 Sierra that I’m taking to get a 4” readylift and 35/12.5/22 trail grapplers installed. Im keeping my stock 22” flakes. The lift company says I will need spacers for stock wheels. But Idk what size should I run. I do not want to trim my studs!!
  9. So back when I was in college I put on a 2 inch level and 1.5 BL to clear 33s by 12.5. I still rub but it’s done the job. However I found an insanely good deal on a zone 6.5 suspension kit that I am going to install and remove the two inch level but obviously keep the body lift. might be a dumb question but is the suspension kit a true 6.5 lift? And same for the 1.5 BL? Meaning would I really technically have 8 inches of lift? I plan to upgrade to 35s but just curious
  10. Hello, Looking to upgrade my 2017 Silverado 1500 LTZ 4WD. I am set on the 4" BDS Lift kit with the Fox shocks. Is there any benefit to the BDS Recoil System Traction bar upgrade? Or any benefit to the Rear leaf springs upgrade instead of the 4" blocks? Secondly, I am deciding on whether I should get 33" tires or 35" - Any suggestions. Don't want 33's to look small, but don't want 35's to look to big or not fit. Wanting the Nitto Ridge Grappler Tires and Fuel Rebel 8 D679 20x10 Rims. Any suggestions on the BDS upgrades or Tire sizes is greatly appreciated. First time lifting a truck. Thanks!
  11. Anyone running a 6.5" Lift with 35's OR a 4.5" lift? Anyone have measurements? Wheel well, roof, front/rear bumper? I haven't seen many people discussing their overall heights.
  12. Truck was purchased new in November 2014. It's the 5.3L, with 3.42 gears. SLT crew cab short box 4x4 model. I added the G4 Elite Fold-A-Cover week 1.
  13. I'm selling a set of 4 LRG Rims Insomnia Series 20x9 Wheels in Satin Black. The tires are Pro Comp 35x12.50R20 Tire, Xtreme MT2. The set is mounted, balanced and also includes tire sensors. These have approx. 350 miles on them and am selling for a friend who went with a larger lift + 40s. Located in Burbank, CA Asking $1600 Reference links for each below: Wheels: https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/lrg-rims-insomnia-series-110-20x9-wheel-with-8-on-180-bolt-pattern-satin-black-11029089718/_/R-FVCN-11029089718 Tires: https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/pro-comp-35x12-50r20-tire-xtreme-mt2-701235/_/R-BKBR-701235
  14. I've been looking at the AMP Terrain Grippers as they are a pretty good price for around $800 for a set of 33s and are a really aggressive all terrain tire design. If anyone's running them can you please post pics and reviews on them such as road noise, comfort, and tread life etc...
  15. Just looking to see what's the best way to fit 35s on my truck, its stock right now looking to upgrade
  16. Hi community! So 4x4 build question for folks. I have a ‘14 GMC 2500 C/C SB Z71 with the six 0 and 4:10s. It currently has a 3 inch lift in the front and 1 inch lift in the rear, just shy of level. I love the GMC stock rims and really don’t want to replace them. I have the 18x8 rims and currently have 270/75/18 Ko2s on them. I actually do go off into jeep country, do overlanding and earthroaming with the truck and have a 12.5k Warn on it for getting unstuck, KO2s and 4 low havent failed me yet. Time for the question: Does anyone know if I can safely fit 35 x 12.5 KO2s on the 18x8 rims and safely be air’d down to 35 psi if needed? I don’t really 5th wheel or trailer with it, occassionally “Home improvement” loads from Home depot in the bed so im not really concerned with running over 65-70 psi. All the tire places recommend atleast 18 x 8.5 rims for 35 x 12.5 tires but I’m wondering if that half inch really makes a difference since I know people run even wilder size gaps but usually on lighter vehicles like jeeps and 1/2 tons. Also any insight on the tires not rubbing with the factory backspacing based on my lift? I’d really like to get the extra 1ish ground clearance at the pumpkin from moving up to 35s (34.5). Thanks, James
  17. Hi all, I am looking to start a slow conversion to turn my truck into something like a prerunner and I'm looking for suggestions and advice. Current set-up: 2015 LTZ Crew cab 4X4 w/6.2L and 8spd tranny -Rancho Quicklift Leveling Struts -275/70/r18 General Grabber AT2(on stock alloys) Goal: -Make my truck look something similar to the 2nd picture Information needed: -What is the best order to do the mods in considering some require others already be in place? -What parts will I need aside from bumpers, fiberglass fenders/custom fender wells? -What parts will 35's or 37's rub in the front? In the rear?(assuming I already have 3inch or 5.5 inch fiberglass fenders already installed) -What issues will I run into with each modification? -When after I get to the desired appearance, what suspension is highly recommended for daily deliverable yet efficient off-road(i.e. Fox 2.0? 2.5? Icon stage? King ? Etc.) Thanks!
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