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Grind383

Leveled with -12mm wheels

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I'm looking for wheel and tire ideas for my 14 LTZ Z71. I'm thinking a 285/65/18 with a -12mm offset. please post pics if you have something similar. 

 

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These are 285/65/18 on 18x9 with a +12 offset. Truck has a 2” leveling kit.  With -12 wheels, the tires would stick out another 24mm which is almost 1”(25.4mm). 

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That looks really good. Any rubbing issues? 

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I was hoping to see a normal leveller.. I am installing a 2 inch on my dads 2016.

that looks just right.

 

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4 hours ago, Grind383 said:

That looks really good. Any rubbing issues? 

Thanks. No rubbing. The tires were about 1/4”  from the fender liners so I zip tied them back to be safe. 

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I'm definitely going to look into this setup. thanks for the info!

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I have a 2017 Sierra with a 3 inch level front and back, which was installed by the GM dealer before I took ownership... I’m running 35/12.50/18’s with a positive wheel offset , the discount tire crew were surprised by he no rubbing fitment.. now yes once I start to flex it’s going to rub...a NorCal mod will fix that issue ..

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7 minutes ago, Jp sierra said:

I have a 2017 Sierra with a 3 inch level front and back, which was installed by the GM dealer before I took ownership... I’m running 35/12.50/18’s with a positive wheel offset , the discount tire crew were surprised by he no rubbing fitment.. now yes once I start to flex it’s going to rub...a NorCal mod will fix that issue ..

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4 hours ago, Jp sierra said:

I have a 2017 Sierra with a 3 inch level front and back, which was installed by the GM dealer before I took ownership... I’m running 35/12.50/18’s with a positive wheel offset , the discount tire crew were surprised by he no rubbing fitment.. now yes once I start to flex it’s going to rub...a NorCal mod will fix that issue ..

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That's a good height, and good size tire. I'm surprised you don't have a rubbing issue. what's the NorCal mod?

 

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