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Hello, I’m thinking about putting a six inch lift from superlift on my 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4wd, extended cab. My question today is what would be the recommended wheel size (both tire and rim) for this setup and I’d like it to preferably stick out on the side a bit but it’s not needed. I know many run 35” but again I’m not sure.
These are 1 month old all-weather liners from the 2020 Tahoe in black color. Genuine GM OEM products offer precise fit and high quality finish. We have traded the car for 22 and did not get to use the liners. They cover first and second row.
I was told they fit 2015-2020 Tahoes and Yukons and even Escalades
First row- GM part # 84185470
Second row - GM part # 23237406
My price is $90 + actual shipping.
I have paid $260 for them. My loss is your gain.
Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon
By Avery Dameron
Well I had to get mufflers to correct my “fix it ticket.” I ended up getting a x pipe and dynomax bullets on my catback true duals for the new readers. Very disappointed in the sound. Going from straights to mufflers is depressing. No matter what mufflers it is and these are the loudest ones I could get. Not sure how I feel about the x pipe, I got it primarily to make the strange vaccum chop go away and it did that perfectly. However it might be contributing slightly to making it quieter, I don’t know. So if you’re out there and you want to make your exhaust a little louder- I can only recommend one thing (which i will be doing on my 18th birthday)- long tube headers, catless straight pipes with x pipe to 8” slash cut shorty tips.
By Alan Bowman
Correct me if I’m wrong.
I have a 2016 Silverado 1500
they can fit 33x11.5 factory.
Negative Offset in a wheel pulls the wheel out from the inside of the wheel well.
so if I have say a -24 mm offset wheel I can accommodate a wider tire.
I have mixed reviews on largest tire size. I only have the front leveled 2 in.
I just ordered a set of 5 pro comp wheels with -38 mm offset. Could pull the wheel out 1.5 inches.
im looking for tires. I wanna run a 305 70 r17
this should fit with no rubbing?
I forgot to mention I have a barricade pre runner front bumper with skids.
just looking for some reassurance on that tire size before I order. Looking to order on Thursday.
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