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By Luka Mahovac
I’m planning on a 2” levelling kit on my 2016 CCRB 5.3 z71. Originally was planning on 20x9 +1 and 275/65r20 Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLTs. Was able to find a great deal locally on the exact fuel rebel wheels I wanted but when I got there turned out they were 20x10-18. Still were a great deal(inventory clearance from a tire shop) brand new never installed and were $1000 less than regular price so I took the risk. Wanna see if anybody’s running a levelling kit on these trucks with a 20x10 and 275/65r20. Not worried about plastic trimming and I imagine I’ll have to do some metal trimming but I’d like an idea of how much and pictures of peoples setups would be appreciated thanks.
I’m looking for the best 6 inch lift for this truck. I talked to a local suspension shop for an install and they spooked me on Rough Country - they stopped installing them due to poor quality and many after install problems.
would very much appreciate any and all input - truck is a brand new build and I want to do it right.
Does anyone have experience with belltech lift kits? I've seen plenty of positive reviews from their lowering kits. They've been in the suspension industry for a while, just not so much the trail or lift side.
Long travel is the end goal, but a $700 coilover kit with a 5 yr warranty vs an extended strut sounds more functional.
I'm considering the adjustable 3-4" lift coilovers, part #15203.
-60mm damper body
-35mm independent valves
-20mm piston rod
I've got a 2020 z71 with the 3.0 Duramax for those needing an image to work with.
Still exploring UCA options. 35*12.5r17 will be the tire size.
Probably going to order them next month.
I currently am driving on 265/70R16 on my '04 Silverado reg cab 4x2. I live in WI. What size tires should I look for and can I put 17 in wheels on it? I can't afford new tires and 17 in ones are much easier to find. I have found some tire/rim combos reasonably priced but all are 17's. I am looking to get info on what size tire would be best. If I stay with 16's should I get narrower tires? Driving in snow is a major consideration. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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