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$3,700 for Zone 6.5" / Wheels / Tires


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Hey guys,

 

Just wanted to see what y'all thought about this price I've been quoted for a 6.5" Zone Lift for my 2015 Silverado 1500, 20x10 -12 offset Maverick Wheels and 35x12.5 Cooper S/T Maxx Tires.

 

Total cost for all of it including mounting / balancing tires, shipping costs, and lug nuts all for $3700 even. Brand NEW!

 

 

Let me know what yall think. Should I pull the trigger?

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Installed??? Looks like a smoking deal to me... Wheels - $1100 +, Tires - $1700 +, Lift - ?? Good deal IMO..

Wheels 1079

Rubber 1254

Lift 1196

 

Install / alignment price not included

 

Did a fair share of shopping around. I'll post photos eventually when it's all done

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I paid $3,047 for Zone 6.5, 20" Method NV +18 wheels with 35x12.5r20 BFG Ko2's tax included, labor was $900 including tpms relocation, mount/balance, tpms sensor reset and lug nuts.

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I paid $3,047 for Zone 6.5, 20" Method NV +18 wheels with 35x12.5r20 BFG Ko2's tax included, labor was $900 including tpms relocation, mount/balance, tpms sensor reset and lug nuts.

Sounds like the difference I'm paying for is better wheels and rubber. I ended up going with Fuel Mavericks -12 offset with 35x12.5 Cooper S/T Maxx tires. Labor will be around $600-$750 + Alignment which is around $95-$100.

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better for your taste in wheels/tires :) yours are not better than mine :driving:

I guess if you look at it that way.. sure. I was just judging by the looks of your photo. "Punch out" circles in rims has been out of style since the 1900's. I personally think they make the truck look older. But hey.... all that matters is what YOU like. ;-)

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I guess if you look at it that way.. sure. I was just judging by the looks of your photo. "Punch out" circles in rims has been out of style since the 1900's. I personally think they make the truck look older. But hey.... all that matters is what YOU like. ;-)

not going to make my 2016 look older than your 2015 :driving: punched out wheels or not :nopity:

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not going to make my 2016 look older than your 2015 :driving: punched out wheels or not :nopity:

Like you said, its all about what you like. I bought my LTZ 6.2L new and it was sitting right next to a 2016 model that I could have purchased. I personally like the look better. So its all relative buddy. Thanks for posting.

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Like you said, its all about what you like. I bought my LTZ 6.2L new and it was sitting right next to a 2016 model that I could have purchased. I personally like the look better. So its all relative buddy. Thanks for posting.

Oh yeah? Well I bet you didn't pay your truck off with gold bars like I did, HA. Beat that :driving:

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