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Well I have a few rims that's been on my mind. But I would like to see what else is out there.. before you show me rim ideas and pics.. I'm going to lower my truck. And the rim has to be 24 inch. No black rims. Painted or polished and maybe chrome. I already picked out tires 285/40/24 toyo's.. so please share your ideas and pics. I'm a crew cab standard bed

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So let me understand this....

You want to lower your truck while putting a wider and taller tire/wheel on your truck????

Most are leveling their trucks to fit that size tire package.

Good luck, but you will rub every time you turn the wheel, you will bottom out more often, and your ride will greatly be reduced running such small side walls. You will feel every bump twice as hard..... I feel sorry for your kidneys already

Well I've been lowering my trucks since day one. I don't buy cheap lowering components. My last truck was way to low for my. But it rode 10 times better than stock.. 5/8 drop

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I want to lower my 4x4 truck....just with a shackle kit and block removal. Level the truck by removing rear components instead of adding to the front to raise it. Being in MI I have to think about the snow that we get. Sometimes its a lot and sometimes we don't have much. Shackle kits are cheap and can easily be removed if i need to go back to stock.

 

I think if you did the same the 24's would fit better and with less modification. People have put 26's on Silverado's before. Spacers and some modification may be needed for those though.

 

i have to say 24's look sweet on our trucks. Dont let these other folks tell you different. Its your truck, do what you want.

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I want to lower my 4x4 truck....just with a shackle kit and block removal. Level the truck by removing rear components instead of adding to the front to raise it. Being in MI I have to think about the snow that we get. Sometimes its a lot and sometimes we don't have much. Shackle kits are cheap and can easily be removed if i need to go back to stock.

 

I think if you did the same the 24's would fit better and with less modification. People have put 26's on Silverado's before. Spacers and some modification may be needed for those though.

 

i have to say 24's look sweet on our trucks. Dont let these other folks tell you different. Its your truck, do what you want.

 

 

If you use the shackle kit you wont need to remove the rear blocks.

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Just my opinion, but I would stay away from anything chrome. Most, if not all, new wheels use a cheap PVD chrome coating. Real chroming has nearly been completely shut down due to the EPA. PVD will pit and peel no matter how well you take care of them.

 

 

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