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So i put my RC 2" level kit and Toyo 295/55/20's on this weekend. Install was simple, just like on my 2011. It definitely helps to have an extra set of hands when wedging that spacer in there. 295/

Thanks. Here is one more from yesterday. Considering we're getting 8-10 inches of rain the next two days, I won't be taking any better pics soon.  

Mine is finally done! After months of research I went with the RC 2.5" level kit front only, stock rear block. 20"x9" Fuel Nutz w/ +1 offset, 33x12.50x20 Toyo M/T tires. No rubbing, No trimming, yet a

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Tx has his opinions lol. I have the simple 2 in level from rc and love it. Zero issues 40k miles on it.
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Bilstein 5100s at max height with fuel 20x10s -18 offset with 305/55R20s
I had to remove my factory mudflaps for now. I'm rubbing at full lock on some of the plastic and the felt. Curious if I should add a 1" spacer to gain a little more height or if I should just go ahead and trim out what I can first. The bilsteins gave me right at 2 inches of lift. 66ccceebd9e199592c26f0a0884f7fa4.jpg

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Added a 3/2 leveling kit, differential drop, bilstiens in the rear. 275/65/r20 BFG's on factory wheels with 2" spacers. The tires do rub. 1.5" spacers should arrive today. I think the 1.5 spacers will remove the rubbing. If not I will trim a little. The tires do not rub with no spacer. 

 

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Tx has his opinions lol. I have the simple 2 in level from rc and love it. Zero issues 40k miles on it.
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Can you please post more pictures of your truck. I have a white Silverado with stock z71 rims and I was trying to find them in black on a white truck. Also what size tires are you running?


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On 11/13/2018 at 8:42 AM, askibum02 said:

I don’t have time to read through everything, I need tires like now. My stock SRAs are slipping and sliding all over the place on wet roads. I want to upgrade tires and get a level. I’m looking at the rough country 2” lift. What is the biggest tire I can get on stock wheels? I have a ‘17 LTZ Z71 with 20” wheels. It will be a few months before I can upgrade those.


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I have the same setup on a '15. Tires I used are 275/65/20. KO2. No rub at all. 

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There's 2 reasons why I can't wait for you to get this lift installed.

1. I want to see the pics. I've been considering this lift for awhile because I don't want my track width pushed out. Please post some pics from the side so we can see how it actually sits. Not the angle laying on the ground with the wheels flexed trying to make the lift look huge.

2. I'm wondering if CST is going to pay you for advertising with how much you've been posting about their lift lol. Are you going with the spacers or CSTs coil overs?

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Picked it up today,
4.5” CST Lift up front, 3” added in rear with taller shocks, brand new Bilsteins all the way around. Testing out the new Bilsteins to see if maybe I had a prior faulty one.

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1 hour ago, TXGREEK said:

 


Picked it up today,
4.5” CST Lift up front, 3” added in rear with taller shocks, brand new Bilsteins all the way around. Testing out the new Bilsteins to see if maybe I had a prior faulty one.

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Looks good! Needs 20x10’s now. 

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I like yours now as well. Could use some bigger meats now though

 

 

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I’ve been contemplating it, I’ll have to wait and see the drive quality with these. I’m debating going to coilovers for now, I’ve spent to much time dealing with this truck, looking forward to reviewing what I’ve got and going from there. So far, I LOVE THIS LIFT, perfect height, just working at getting the best/smoothest ride possible especially driving in shit town roads Houston.

 

 

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I’ve been contemplating it, I’ll have to wait and see the drive quality with these. I’m debating going to coilovers for now, I’ve spent to much time dealing with this truck, looking forward to reviewing what I’ve got and going from there. So far, I LOVE THIS LIFT, perfect height, just working at getting the best/smoothest ride possible especially driving in shit town roads Houston.
 
 
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Taller tires = smoother, especially with 20s


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Taller tires = smoother, especially with 20s


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You’re absolutely correct but I’m worried about these shocks as it is, adding more weight may negatively affect these 5100’s


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I’ve been contemplating it, I’ll have to wait and see the drive quality with these. I’m debating going to coilovers for now, I’ve spent to much time dealing with this truck, looking forward to reviewing what I’ve got and going from there. So far, I LOVE THIS LIFT, perfect height, just working at getting the best/smoothest ride possible especially driving in shit town roads Houston.
 
 
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Looks really good. I here ya on the shitty roads in Houston. I stay away as much as possible. I'm in the SW side of town in the burbs of Richmond. I'm either going with the same lift as you or Readylifts new 7 inch. Readylift says the track width moves less than a half an inch and minimal cutting for the install just like the cst lift.

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