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plunk77

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I have the rc 2.5 on my 2014 slt allterrain with 295/60/20 on the stock 20" all terrain wheels they do rub and I removed the rear air deflectors u will get rubbing with those they are Nitto terra grapplers there specs r 34.45" tall but I love the look!!

Do you have a pic of what this looked like when you had it? Thanks

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I sure like the look of that, but what did you install? Lift? What size are those wheels and tires?

Ha, never mind I just needed to pay more attention!

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Finally had some time to take a few photos since I got her back. I'm pretty damn happy! 9" McGaughys suspension, 1.5" Zone body lift, 37x13.50r22 Toyo MTs, and 22x12-44 Fuel Maverick D260 wheels.

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Good looking truck Pooj!

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Good looking truck Pooj!

Thanks! Yours looks pretty dang good as well sir.

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A few more pics.

Holy crap! That is sharp. Makes my truck look small.

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A few more pics.

 

Truck looks absolutely incredible man! Gotta ask to make sure, the Mcgaughy lift widens the track width upfront right? I got a buddy who might be trading me his Mcgaughy SS 7-9" kit and he's running 20x10s, but for some weird reason my 20x9s definitly stick out more. we are both running 12.5s

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Truck looks absolutely incredible man! Gotta ask to make sure, the Mcgaughy lift widens the track width upfront right? I got a buddy who might be trading me his Mcgaughy SS 7-9" kit and he's running 20x10s, but for some weird reason my 20x9s definitly stick out more. we are both running 12.5s

Thanks brother. Yea, setting it at 9" pushed the front track width about an inch more than the rear but dont bother me much. Its a solid kit and rides close to stock.

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Thanks brother. Yea, setting it at 9" pushed the front track width about an inch more than the rear but dont bother me much. Its a solid kit and rides close to stock.

So does setting it at 9" vs 7" make a difference in the width? I thought higher would've pulled it in.

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Going higher takes it out a little bit more. At 7" the track width would be about 1/4" and setting it at 8" would be about 1/2". At 7" the rear will sit 1" higher and level at 8" and at 9" you need to get a add a leaf to level it out or youll have a little cali lean going on haha

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I just purchased a 2016 Silverado LTZ Z71. After hours and hours of scouring these threads I settled in on running the Zone 4.5" lift with the 35" tires on 20x9's. I checked my control arms to place the order and I have the new stamped and welded control arms which Zone and BDS both say they cannot currently accommodate. Is anyone else running into this issue? very discouraging to get a 4x4 Z71 and run into this. Is anyone running any other ~4" kits with the 35's...or actually the BFG KO2 with a 34.5?

 

Highly frustrated and looking for options.

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Going higher takes it out a little bit more. At 7" the track width would be about 1/4" and setting it at 8" would be about 1/2". At 7" the rear will sit 1" higher and level at 8" and at 9" you need to get a add a leaf to level it out or youll have a little cali lean going on haha

Thanks abunch for the info! I knew the level info but figured the track would be widest at 7. Would make sense why his doesn't stick out like mine. Mine are out 1.5 from the lift.

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Thanks abunch for the info! I knew the level info but figured the track would be widest at 7. Would make sense why his doesn't stick out like mine. Mine are out 1.5 from the lift.

No problem man. Wow 1.5 and no spacers? Which kit did you have again? I highly recommend getting the trade though. Your truck will have the clearance for 37s when your ready to make the jump but can still accommodate 35s and so far seems like a really solid lift kit. Plus YOUR truck will look badass with the mcgaughys kit and 37s! Haha

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