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5.3. Had the 6.2 in my Denali SUV that I traded. I miss the motor...

I bet! The 6.2 seems like it would be amazing! You feel any power loss with the weight of those tires?? I want something a bit beefier, but don't want to lose power due to the weight

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I bet! The 6.2 seems like it would be amazing! You feel any power loss with the weight of those tires?? I want something a bit beefier, but don't want to lose power due to the weight

I didn't notice a power loss with the larger tires. Rides great with the Nitto's and Bilsteins.

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Hey what's the specs on your truck? Level and tire size and wheel backspacing? Size etc

Wheel - 18x9 0 offset 5 backspacing

2.5 level

285/65/18 k02 tires

 

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Method Racing "Standards", 20x9, +18mm offset


BFG AT KO2 285/65R20



Really haven't had any rubbing yet at all. I *thought* there was a little when backing out of a spot yesterday at full lock but it may have just been the road. No signs of it anywhere.




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Method Racing "Standards", 20x9, +18mm offset

BFG AT KO2 285/65R20

Really haven't had any rubbing yet at all. I *thought* there was a little when backing out of a spot yesterday at full lock but it may have just been the road. No signs of it anywhere.

 

That looks great! Perfect amount of lift.

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What size lift is that that looks amazing

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That looks great! Perfect amount of lift.

Thanks!!

 

What size lift is that that looks amazing

Zone 4.5", and thanks!

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Method Racing "Standards", 20x9, +18mm offset

BFG AT KO2 285/65R20

Really haven't had any rubbing yet at all. I *thought* there was a little when backing out of a spot yesterday at full lock but it may have just been the road. No signs of it anywhere.

 

Agreed with the others....perfect height. I'm not a fan of 20s, but that rim/tire combo looks good--guess it's because it's a 34" tire!

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2.5" level in front. 2" block in rear. Fuel Vapor Machined wheels. 275/60/20 BF KO2 tires. Just installed today. I love the look now.

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2.5" level in front. 2" block in rear. Fuel Vapor Machined wheels. 275/60/20 BF KO2 tires. Just installed today. I love the look now.

I want pics. Debating that tire size or 285/60/20.

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