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No rubbing even in reverse at full lock. I'll take a couple tomorrow and post them up for you.

 

I have the RC 2" level kit

 

 

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Wheel offset?

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+18

 

 

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No rubbing even in reverse at full lock. I'll take a couple tomorrow and post them up for you.

I have the RC 2" level kit

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Sweet thanks, I am pretty set on going with a higher + offset. I believe I currently have -12 and it rubs the outer part of the passenger fender at full lock in reverse where guys are running the same size tire on stock wheels w/out leveling kit and not rubbing. Drives me crazy! Thanks again

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I have a 2" Rough Country level.

I agree the wheels and tires totally change the look of the truck. I was a little disappointed after I got my level done, it didn't change the look of the truck as much as I hoped. Now I'm totally satisfied with the look. My truck actually looks like a truck now.

 

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Dood...might have just made up my mind for me. Love your setup. Looks great! I'm putting on a 2" level this weekend. Still no issues with your setup?

 

 

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Dood...might have just made up my mind for me. Love your setup. Looks great! I'm putting on a 2" level this weekend. Still no issues with your setup?

 

 

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Thanks!

I'm still very happy with my setup. My MPG has went down about 2.5 MPG but that was somewhat to be expected.

I still find myself looking back at the truck every time I exit it. It just looks so good IMO.

 

 

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Decided to go back to the wide game. 20x12 MM 962s and 33x12.50R20 Rockstar M/Ts (only measure out to 31.75" though). On 4" of lift there is no rubbing

 

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Just got my tires and wheels installed today. Method NV 18x9 -12 offset with Falken WildPeak AT3 275/70R18 with 2" RC level. Came out exactly the way I want it, the front is about 1" outside the fender, the back maybe 1/2" outside. Slight rub when full lock reverse, so I will try the zip tie trick tonight. It is a lot quieter than I expected for E rated tires, ride is a little bumpier on highway, but still very acceptable, but right now I am think about upgrading to some Bilstein 5100.

 

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Just got my tires and wheels installed today. Method NV 18x9 -12 offset with Falken WildPeak AT3 275/70R18 with 2" RC level. Came out exactly the way I want it, the front is about 1" outside the fender, the back maybe 1/2" outside. Slight rub when full lock reverse, so I will try the zip tie trick tonight. It is a lot quieter than I expected for E rated tires, ride is a little bumpier on highway, but still very acceptable, but right now I am think about upgrading to some Bilstein 5100.

 

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Awesome wheels! Do you think if you had gone with +18 instead of -12, it would have been a better fit?

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Awesome wheels! Do you think if you had gone with +18 instead of -12, it would have been a better fit?

I think it would fit better, but I want a slightly more aggressive look, I wanted to make my tires almost flush with my side steps.

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Thanks!

I'm still very happy with my setup. My MPG has went down about 2.5 MPG but that was somewhat to be expected.

I still find myself looking back at the truck every time I exit it. It just looks so good IMO.

 

 

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How's the ride; much rougher than stock? And what tire pressures have you been using; about 40 psi all around? Sorry for the interrogation lol. Just curious about the details before dropping the cash.

 

 

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How's the ride; much rougher than stock? And what tire pressures have you been using; about 40 psi all around? Sorry for the interrogation lol. Just curious about the details before dropping the cash.

 

 

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The ride is stiffer than stock for sure, but after 1000 miles give or take I gotten used to it. It's not that bad. I'm running 52 psi, that's what Nitto recommended when I contacted them.

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The ride is stiffer than stock for sure, but after 1000 miles give or take I gotten used to it. It's not that bad. I'm running 52 psi, that's what Nitto recommended when I contacted them.

I can live with that; worth it. Thanks!

 

 

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Just got my tires and wheels installed today. Method NV 18x9 -12 offset with Falken WildPeak AT3 275/70R18 with 2" RC level. Came out exactly the way I want it, the front is about 1" outside the fender, the back maybe 1/2" outside. Slight rub when full lock reverse, so I will try the zip tie trick tonight. It is a lot quieter than I expected for E rated tires, ride is a little bumpier on highway, but still very acceptable, but right now I am think about upgrading to some Bilstein 5100.

 

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Truck looks good What side steps are those? Thanks.

 

 

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Just got my tires and wheels installed today. Method NV 18x9 -12 offset with Falken WildPeak AT3 275/70R18 with 2" RC level. Came out exactly the way I want it, the front is about 1" outside the fender, the back maybe 1/2" outside. Slight rub when full lock reverse, so I will try the zip tie trick tonight. It is a lot quieter than I expected for E rated tires, ride is a little bumpier on highway, but still very acceptable, but right now I am think about upgrading to some Bilstein 5100.

 

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That color combo goes great with the truck, nice work. I wish they made the NV in polished or Chrome, I want to try something new.

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