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Hello all. Recently got a 2014 Silverado z71 and was looking at getting the 2.5" RC leveling kit. Was wondering if anyone has kept the stock LTZ rims with the leveling kit and new tires? Not to sure how it would look and was curious to see some pics. Thanks in advance. This is what she looks like currently.

 

 

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I have managed to put 325 65 18's on with just a level kit cranked to almost the max right now, not the best ride. Going to put on one of the smaller lifts to get back into the middle of the shock stroke, really like the tires, BFG KO regulars, drove to Miami and paid $660 for all 4

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Tires are as quiet as the SRA's I took off, just a smoking deal, cool.

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I have a 2014 chevy silverado 1500 with a 2.5" RC leveling kit on it. I am looking at getting bigger tires put on it and was wondering if the 275/65r20 would rub? I would be using the stock rims also. Need some advice on this. Thanks.

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On 9/3/2017 at 9:09 AM, RiosFamChevy18 said:

I just got installed a set of 295/70r18 ridge grapplers on my 2017 silverado z71 Ltz on stock wheels. Had no issues with running anywhere and didn't had to trim anything either.

 

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Do you have any leveling or anything done to it? @RiosFamChevy18

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On 11/9/2018 at 1:12 PM, bdownie said:

I have a 2014 chevy silverado 1500 with a 2.5" RC leveling kit on it. I am looking at getting bigger tires put on it and was wondering if the 275/65r20 would rub? I would be using the stock rims also. Need some advice on this. Thanks.

Did you ever add those 275/65R20's? Im curious if there is any rubbing? Im about to do the same with my truck and am debating between the 275/60 and 275/65 on the stock wheels and a 2.5" level on the front.

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