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Rawyzf

305/55/20 or 275/60/20

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20*10 and yes I love the way it looks this Friday I'm getting a 3 inch body lift from performance accessories

 

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Keeping the 33s??

 

Im looking at the 4" BDS lift with 295/60/20s or 35s

 

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Yea I'm planning on keeping the 33s that way it won't rub I was told that on a 5 inch you should only run 33s so I'm goanna see if they look small if so I'm jus goanna go smaller on the leveling kit to make it a 4.5

 

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I wanted to go with a suspension but its more $

 

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The black grille and bumper against the white looks really sharp in my opinion. Another upside to it is no rock chips.

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The black grille and bumper against the white looks really sharp in my opinion. Another upside to it is no rock chips.

Thanks bud I know I'm not much of the color matching nor the chrome but that's just me I respect and admire every Chevy pickup truck everyone does there truck how they want u know!

 

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Thanks bud I know I'm not much of the color matching nor the chrome but that's just me I respect and admire every Chevy pickup truck everyone does there truck how they want u know!

 

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I hear ya. I always had new trucks with the chrome on them and after a few winters I'd wish I'd have just gotten a lower trim with the black because of all the stone chips I'd get. Definitely looks better on the new trucks though versus the older ones.

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Did anyone have to get the dealership to recalibrate? Or was the speed not effected?

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Did anyone have to get the dealership to recalibrate? Or was the speed not effected?

 

I had black bear performance recalibrate mine.

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I'm getting Toyo Open Country AT2 -- 275/60R20 installed right now... Excited to shed these Wrangler SRA's.

 

 

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305/55/20s all the way. 275/60/20 are too narrow.

 

This is mine with a 2.5 level and 1.5 body lift. Stock rear block, and actually still have the stock tires and wheels in the bed.

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305/55/20s all the way. 275/60/20 are too narrow.

 

This is mine with a 2.5 level and 1.5 body lift. Stock rear block, and actually still have the stock tires and wheels in the bed.

 

 

 

 

What tires are those ???? And did you install the body lift yourself by chance? I currently have the 2.5" level with rear blocks installed. Want a 4" lift, but your set up looks good....and is no where near as expensive. Especially if I can install the body lift myself.

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What tires are those ???? And did you install the body lift yourself by chance? I currently have the 2.5" level with rear blocks installed. Want a 4" lift, but your set up looks good....and is no where near as expensive. Especially if I can install the body lift myself.

 

The tires are Nitto Trail Grapplers

 

I did the body lift install myself, in my driveway, with hand tools. It took me from 8 in the morning to 4:30, with a break in the middle to watch my daughters softball game. Rear bumper was the most time consuming part, because you have to disassemble the bumper to change the brackets.

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Does anyone know if a 275/65/20 or 285/65/20 will fit with a 2" level without rubbing? Thanks.

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The tires are Nitto Trail Grapplers

 

I did the body lift install myself, in my driveway, with hand tools. It took me from 8 in the morning to 4:30, with a break in the middle to watch my daughters softball game. Rear bumper was the most time consuming part, because you have to disassemble the bumper to change the brackets.

 

 

 

 

Awesome. Set up looks good. Tire and wheel combo on your total lift looks great.

 

Thanks.

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Does anyone know if a 275/65/20 or 285/65/20 will fit with a 2" level without rubbing? Thanks.

 

I've got 285/65/20's on my 16 All Terrain with a 2" level and it only slightly rubs the liner. I plan to pull it back eventually but just haven't had time.

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