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Thank you for the detailed response! Could you please upload a direct side view if it is not too much trouble? Cheers.

It's raining and overcast here right now and they tuck up under the truck far enough they pretty much can't be seen from a persons typical vantage point but I snapped some up close from about 5 feet away 2 feet off the ground. I also snapped a pic of the washer you have to cut and a shot of the running board itself where you can see the witness mark from the body mount when it hits in the up position. Hopefully these are helpful. I haven't modified the e brake cables yet so nothing to show there.

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It's raining and overcast here right now and they tuck up under the truck far enough they pretty much can't be seen from a persons typical vantage point but I snapped some up close from about 5 feet away 2 feet off the ground. I also snapped a pic of the washer you have to cut and a shot of the running board itself where you can see the witness mark from the body mount when it hits in the up position. Hopefully these are helpful. I haven't modified the e brake cables yet so nothing to show there.

Great! Thank you these are very helpful I appreciate it!

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275 65 20 BFG KO2

I love the KO2 they look very aggressive for a all terrain tire

 

Stock +31 rims? With the tires coming in at 34x10.83, what is your clearance at full lock between the sidewall and the swaybar?

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Stock +31 rims? With the tires coming in at 34x10.83, what is your clearance at full lock between the sidewall and the swaybar?

 

 

Yes stock 20" gm rims. I had about 3/4 inch space left I would say. I can confirm in the morning but I probably could got a little wider or taller and it might have fit. But these have never rubbed so far and I've had wheel turned pretty sharp while hitting bumps, going up inclines, etc..

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Hello, would a couple guys be willing to snap a couple pictures of your gap guards? How well do they blend in with the fabric wheel liners? Or can you buy them as the same material as the fabric liners?. Thanks!

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Only picture I have at the moment. 2.5in level kit with 1.5in body lift.

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Rancho Quicklift, Zone 1.5" body lift. 285 65 18 toyo at II's on 18x9 -12 fuel boosts.

Just went down and looked at my truck, everything is on and painted just right. body lift is on and looks great still somewhat of a gap above the front bumper they said they tightened everything as high as it would go it may just be the kit. 516fde37cf33563319e01aa7c453ffe7.jpg5dbdec6fae342eee997f8b37efee11a7.jpg8e0db495ccafa15ca8c35fe83ffffe97.jpg01f081326aa84c5621365fdbff61b802.jpg

 

 

 

 

Last pic is of the small gap above the front bumper. Does it look normal?

 

 

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My Zone 1.5" body lift arrives tomorrow & was curious about fitment before getting started. I was going to remove the grill & bumpers today so i have less work tomorrow. I'm worried about fitment cuz the Zone website states the kit does not fit the Denali and my AT bumpers look exactly like the Denali. Does anyone know the reason behind this.

 

I quoted you guys because our bumpers have the front sensors and was curious if over extending wires might be an issue. If all went smooth with ur install, I'll start breaking down my truck today and hopefully post some pics tomorrow after its done. Thanks in advance

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My Zone 1.5" body lift arrives tomorrow & was curious about fitment before getting started. I was going to remove the grill & bumpers today so i have less work tomorrow. I'm worried about fitment cuz the Zone website states the kit does not fit the Denali and my AT bumpers look exactly like the Denali. Does anyone know the reason behind this.

 

I quoted you guys because our bumpers have the front sensors and was curious if over extending wires might be an issue. If all went smooth with ur install, I'll start breaking down my truck today and hopefully post some pics tomorrow after its done. Thanks in advance

I'm not sure why the body lift wouldn't fit a Denali other than maybe something to do with the special shocks and struts that they have??? I can't remember what they are specifically just that they are different

 

You don't have a Denali so sounds like your good!

 

My Silverado has the parking sensors front and rear and the wiring has slack so it's not an issue on it.

 

Good luck

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you shouldn't have any problems mine does not have the front parking sensors though. A local shop put my RC body lift on

 

Make sure you post some pics when finished!

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What level and body lift? And what size tires? Thanks

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