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OK question- I have a 2016 Z71 blackout edition with a 2.5 Rough Country level kit. I ordered XD Rockstar II 20x9 0mm offset. will a 285/60/R20 tire fit without having to do any trimming? if not, will a 33x12.5/R20 be a better fit?

Both will probably run a little bit (easy to adjust). Just zip tie the fender liner back to the fire wall. Easy peazy. I have 275/65-20 without rubbing but have less offset +15... and it's sheer miracle that I don't... a few mm clearance at full lock."

 

 

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Both will probably run a little bit (easy to adjust). Just zip tie the fender liner back to the fire wall. Easy peazy. I have 275/65-20 without rubbing but have less offset +15... and it's sheer miracle that I don't... a few mm clearance at full lock."

 

 

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ok, thanks for the info. I think im going to try the 285/60/R20.

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This is the tire and size I've been waiting to see on a leveled 2014+!!! When you put a tape measure to it, what are the real mounted dimensions for height and width?

 

I think it looks fine. A 33x12.50 would look beefier but the extra weight and width would have drawbacks in ride, power loss and mpg.

 

When you get a chance, post up some pics of different angles. Would like to see how it looks from the rear and front too.

So I wanted to give it a few days for everything to settle after installing the lift and wheels. Front fenders measure right at 40" and the rears are 40.5". The tires are pretty true to spec size wise, about 32.5" tall and 11.5" wide.

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So I wanted to give it a few days for everything to settle after installing the lift and wheels. Front fenders measure right at 40" and the rears are 40.5". The tires are pretty true to spec size wise, about 32.5" tall and 11.5" wide.

 

How do you like the ride and the noise? My Nitto G2s are horrible on a wet road...have you driven on wet streets yet?

 

When you are at full lock and hold it, what kind of clearance do you have around the liner, swaybar, and UCA?

 

Thanks....and nice truck, btw!!

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22" replica wheels on 37s

 

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Love the setup, and the look of the RT's! How bad is the rubbing?

not to horribly. My tires are 33x12.5 and they slightly rub sometimes while going foward at 26 degree turns. And in reverse they rub at 33 degrees but don't rub at full turn in either direction.

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not to horribly. My tires are 33x12.5 and they slightly rub sometimes while going foward at 26 degree turns. And in reverse they rub at 33 degrees but don't rub at full turn in either direction.

 

Nice man. Im trying to avoid rubbing, but geez those 20x10's look great. Going from an nnbs with a 9" lift, 35s and 20x12s to a leveled 2016 is really bugging me. Really hard not to just lift this one too.....

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I'm looking to purchase a set of XD Heist rims in either a 20x10 or 20x9 size with 275/65/20 or 305/55/20. My biggest question is the offset selection is very limited for those rims. I am looking to have slightly outside the fenders stance. Which offset would be best for this look?

 

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I'm looking to purchase a set of XD Heist rims in either a 20x10 or 20x9 size with 275/65/20 or 305/55/20. My biggest question is the offset selection is very limited for those rims. I am looking to have slightly outside the fenders stance. Which offset would be best for this look?

 

http://www.kmcwheels.com/wheelSpecs/4378/1675/20320/xd818-heist

 

Just as a frame of reference, my rims are 20x10 with a -19 offset. I have 305/55/20's as well, and as you can see they stick out but in my opinion just the right amount.

 

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TIS 538 wheels +18 offset, Falken AT3w 275 55 20

 

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22" replica wheels on 37s

 

Where are you buying replicas from and do they have those wheels in 20's? also what offset are they? same as stock wheels or different? thanks bro.

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22" GMC Accessory Wheels - Factory setup, probably my favourite 22" design!!

 

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