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2016 Silverado LTZ - Mid Travel to Prerunner Build
AZ_RADO_RNR posted a topic in Vehicle BuildsHey All - I have a 2016 Silverado LTZ 4x4 5.3 w/ 8SPD that I just paid off and am looking to go full long travel. Here are the current truck specs: Front Shocks - King 2.5 Adjustable Reservoir Upper Control Arms - Camburg Tubular UCAs Rear Shocks - King 2.5 Adjustable Reservoir Tires: 35x12.5x17 BFG KO2s Wheels: 17in Method NVs Lighting: 2-Baja Designs XL80s (SDHQ A-Pillar Mounts) Other: Range AFM Delete The current set up is ok, I can keep up with stock Raptors on certain trail runs. Given that I want more out of this truck, I'm looking at the following long travel kits: Camburg LSK Suspension Dirt King I'm leaning towards the Camburg & DK kits as they're only +3.5 on each side vs. +4.5 for the LSK Kit. My garage isn't wide enough right now to accommodate +4.5 and will barely accommodate +3.5. Here are the other mods to follow in the next 2 months: Rear Bed Cage Whipple Supercharger +3 FiberWerx Fenders (All Corners) 37x12.5x17 BFG KM3s 4.10 Gears
2014 GMC Sierra Lift and Tire build
Johndevil posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraHey , New on here and am looking for information regarding a lift I am thinking of doing and potential engine, exhaust, intake and rim/tire packages. I currently own a 2014 black All terrain 5.3 CCLB and love it. I am looking at a Camburg 2.5 factory kit, I am wondering if anyone has any experience with this kit and the tire sizes that are able to fit under it. I am not looking to go too much larger just 1-2 sizes. I have also looked into exhaust/fuel/intake setups. I am looking for Mid tone, just a couple Db over stock. Any suggestions? I have ordered the RX CC and will be installing it when it comes. This forum has a great write up on the necessaries, but I am looking for help on these items. Stock tire size is 275/55/R20. Is there a rule of thumb when increasing tire size? Also one other niche question... the Camburg guys mention that if my upper a-arm is aluminum the new a-arm will not fit. Does anyone know how a guy could tell other than taking a magnet to it. I am not near the truck a the moment to check but I do have the Vin number. Thanks in advance.