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Got my Lund Rock Rails put on. Pretty happy with the look. Very simple to put on. I did go ahead and put some 3m clear vinyl 6 inch strips along the very bottom of rocker panel. Thinking it may help, cheap enough to give it a shot.

 

Now on to retractable tonneau covers..

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2015 GMC Sierra SLT 2WD Crew Cab Standard bed. 2.5" RC lift with 275/65/20 Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires. Trifold bed cover and GM (Lund) vent visors.

 

 

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My 2016 z71 4x4 with 4" BDS lift with fox coil overs and rears on custom factory wheels and 35" toyo rt's6d5366b6efc18b1e27b30544ef9eb1d3.jpg7c50b1976f779938251cc7f22062254a.jpg

 

 

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2.5/4.5 drop...currently looking at wheels, friend has some 22's going to try on and see how looks before deciding on size 22's or 24's

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My 2016 z71 4x4 with 4" BDS lift with fox coil overs and rears on custom factory wheels and 35" toyo rt's6d5366b6efc18b1e27b30544ef9eb1d3.jpg7c50b1976f779938251cc7f22062254a.jpg

 

 

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If you don't mind me asking..... what did that 4" BDS run you installed ? I want a 4" on mine bad! Looks Good. Does the BDS kick the front track width out wider than the rear? You got any pictures of it from the front looking down one side ???

 

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If you don't mind me asking..... what did that 4" BDS run you installed ? I want a 4" on mine bad! Looks Good. Does the BDS kick the front track width out wider than the rear? You got any pictures of it from the front looking down one side ???

 

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I paid about $6200 installed with tires. The kit itself isn't bad but when you start adding the fox coilovers it doubles the price and then 35" toyos are never cheap lol. The BDS does kick the front track out about an inch on mine and I'm running factory wheels was opposed to negative offset aftermarket wheels which would stick out a bit more. I have a couple pix right now but I might have to take a few more to show you. I'm not running spacers because it's such a small difference I don't notice it and it doesn't bother me. ec2c9e0ec52d576638319c4cb0c54d0f.jpg0253a04c305af20b895bbf0f2afe8eb9.jpg96c901e19b70f5efe3af90c727d72393.jpga3116d5d71426e26167895a87e7f5419.jpg

 

 

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I paid about $6200 installed with tires. The kit itself isn't bad but when you start adding the fox coilovers it doubles the price and then 35" toyos are never cheap lol. The BDS does kick the front track out about an inch on mine and I'm running factory wheels was opposed to negative offset aftermarket wheels which would stick out a bit more. I have a couple pix right now but I might have to take a few more to show you. I'm not running spacers because it's such a small difference I don't notice it and it doesn't bother me. ec2c9e0ec52d576638319c4cb0c54d0f.jpg0253a04c305af20b895bbf0f2afe8eb9.jpg96c901e19b70f5efe3af90c727d72393.jpga3116d5d71426e26167895a87e7f5419.jpg

 

 

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Would you say there is any rubbing?

 

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Would you say there is any rubbing?

 

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No, I get that question a lot. I'm super happy that there's no rubbing and I didn't have to do any trimming. Honestly the truck drives just like it did stock... only better 👍🏻

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Truck Looks Great man ! I definitely want a 4", but I only want to run 305's. And I actually like the look of the factory wheels on there. I'm thinking of running my factory wheels with 305's when I finally get it lifted. That's why I asked it the lift kicked the front wheels out some because I would actually prefer it to do that and then run spacers on the rear if I kept factory wheels. If I got aftermarket wheels then I would rather the lift maintain the same track width as factory. But your truck looks great. Good job on it.

 

Do you have it tuned? How bad of a power loss feel did you get with the 35's ?

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Truck Looks Great man ! I definitely want a 4", but I only want to run 305's. And I actually like the look of the factory wheels on there. I'm thinking of running my factory wheels with 305's when I finally get it lifted. That's why I asked it the lift kicked the front wheels out some because I would actually prefer it to do that and then run spacers on the rear if I kept factory wheels. If I got aftermarket wheels then I would rather the lift maintain the same track width as factory. But your truck looks great. Good job on it.

 

Do you have it tuned? How bad of a power loss feel did you get with the 35's ?

Thanks I really appreciate the compliment man. I'm glad I kept the factory 20's on there for sure. I just got them stripped powder coated black and then remachined the face with a brushed effect and clear coated. Cost me like $600 for all four. In my opinion, I don't think you'll be happy for more than about a day with 305's. I debated keeping my 305/55r20 toyo at2 extremes that I ran with my level when I got the lift and I'm really glad I went to 35's. I don't know what power train you have but I'm gonna assume the most common (5.3L w/ 6 speed and 3.42's) is what I have and power loss is pretty minimal. I was expecting more power loss honestly but it's not bad. I'm not running a tuner yet because there are only a couple out right now for the 2016's so as soon as more choices like Edge comes out I'll pick one up. I'm only running an AFE intake which I love that adds some power and killer engine growl when some gas is applied.

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those wheels look fantastic - great idea with the black power coating and then machining the face and clear coating - never thought of that but it looks WAY better than most aftermarkets, especially on a summit white truck. NICE

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those wheels look fantastic - great idea with the black power coating and then machining the face and clear coating - never thought of that but it looks WAY better than most aftermarkets, especially on a summit white truck. NICE

Thank you my friend. They came out way better than I expected. Especially the machining part, I didn't expect to have that brushed aluminum look and I'm happy because it saved me a ton of $$$ and factory wheels have the best offset and backspacing for running big tires especially on a 4" lift!

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those wheels look fantastic - great idea with the black power coating and then machining the face and clear coating - never thought of that but it looks WAY better than most aftermarkets, especially on a summit white truck. NICE

Here's a better look at them. I mean they're not the best pix because it's always raining and it's impossible to keep a vehicle clean in shitty North Carolina but they'll do. It's kinda funny because when I'm at the dealership the employees are always like,"Did those wheels come with the truck???"808e62c1876ccb8d07894b21ca7f9398.jpg5ecbd7aab7fb8804b716f0487f65d088.jpg

 

 

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Those are even better looking up close - I like that they powder coated the lug nut areas black - those wheels combined with the fox coilovers look badass...GM should be offering those and they would get some serious activity on them....hmmm, i wonder what black lug nuts would look like....

 

 

Here's a better look at them. I mean they're not the best pix because it's always raining and it's impossible to keep a vehicle clean in shitty North Carolina but they'll do. It's kinda funny because when I'm at the dealership the employees are always like,"Did those wheels come with the truck???"808e62c1876ccb8d07894b21ca7f9398.jpg5ecbd7aab7fb8804b716f0487f65d088.jpg


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