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Finally got into the K02 club! I got a good deal on CL for these Mehtod NV's last Dec but never got around to getting them put on until now. Lost a little power to the extra rotating mass but it was less than I had feared. Rides better than my stock 20s did so worth the trade off!

 

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Good choice! Those methods look awesome with that color!

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2017 GMC All Terrain BFG KO2 275/60R20 with Motofab 1.5" Level and Front Valance Removed

Day After Tires/Level Front

Day After Tires/Level Side

Day After Tires/Level Rear

 

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Any thoughts on going with a 285/60R18? Costco has that size for a great price over the 285/65R18. I'm wondering if the 1" height difference would be that noticeable. Right now I just have the stock Goodyear HT's.

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Finally got into the K02 club! I got a good deal on CL for these Mehtod NV's last Dec but never got around to getting them put on until now. Lost a little power to the extra rotating mass but it was less than I had feared. Rides better than my stock 20s did so worth the trade off!
 
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That stance is killer. I’ve been looking at some method mesh wheels in 17x8.5. I’m leaning towards Ridge Grapplers for tires though. What level kit are you running?

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1 hour ago, dmorrisL86 said:


That stance is killer. I’ve been looking at some method mesh wheels in 17x8.5. I’m leaning towards Ridge Grapplers for tires though. What level kit are you running?

Thanks, hasn’t changed at all from this pic still love it! Bilstein 5100s all 4, on highest setting in front(1.85), stock height rear.

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Thanks, hasn’t changed at all from this pic still love it! Bilstein 5100s all 4, on highest setting in front(1.85), stock height rear.

Thanks for the reply. I like the thin profile of those mud flaps as well. What brand are those?

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3 minutes ago, dmorrisL86 said:


Thanks for the reply. I like the thin profile of those mud flaps as well. What brand are those?

Weather tech, highly recommended! No drilling, took 20ish mins to install.

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Thanks, hasn’t changed at all from this pic still love it! Bilstein 5100s all 4, on highest setting in front(1.85), stock height rear.

Thanks for the reply. I like the thin profile of those mud flaps as well. What brand are those?

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its what i'm getting when its time to replace.. .i'll do the 60/20... like OP.

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On ‎12‎/‎13‎/‎2014 at 10:02 AM, JerryCanada said:

Set of KO2 installed about a month ago. Not as loud as the KO's I have on my work truck. This is 275-65-18 with a 2.5" front 1" rear RC kit.

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Nice setup....real similar to mine.  Just curious...are those LT275 65 18 (Load Range E)?  Just wondering how you like your setup...ride, wear, etc.

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2016 Silverado 1500

This thread has been very helpful to make a decision on what size to go with.  Here is my setup to help contribute.

Went with the 275/65R20 on a Rough Country 2.5" Level.  I ended up with slight rubbing on the rear of the felt fender liner.

No real comments yet on the setup as I have only put about 30 road miles on it so far.  MPG has definitely dropped off some and the ride is a little stiffer, can feel the bumps/potholes more.

 

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I'm currently running a 275/70r18 on GMC Sierra AT4 wheels. 2.5'' motofab upper strut leveling kit.

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Love these tires! 275/60/20
 
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Nice set up! Did you put any level on up front? Any rubbing issues if not? I’d like to go to this set up but not sure what size tire I’ll be able to clear.


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Nice set up! Did you put any level on up front? Any rubbing issues if not? I’d like to go to this set up but not sure what size tire I’ll be able to clear.


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2" level. No rubbing issues at all. I believe I could of went a little bigger without issues.

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