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On 4/19/2021 at 5:22 PM, PureZ71 said:

A few more photos from Saturday

 

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What size tires they stick out a bit.. I have a 1.5 level kit on my TB would like to go with a 305/70 on the  stock 18’s.. without spacers 

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7 hours ago, Jp sierra said:

What size tires they stick out a bit.. I have a 1.5 level kit on my TB would like to go with a 305/70 on the  stock 18’s.. without spacers 

They are 35X12.5R18 (stock 18's) with 2' spacers. I needed the spacers because the width of the tire was hitting the upper control arm. I only needed like 1/2 inch to clear but decided to go with 2' because why not.

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On 4/21/2021 at 11:56 AM, PureZ71 said:

They are 35X12.5R18 (stock 18's) with 2' spacers. I needed the spacers because the width of the tire was hitting the upper control arm. I only needed like 1/2 inch to clear but decided to go with 2' because why not.

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Did you have to get wheels aligned again after installing the spacers. That’s the look I want without a full suspension lift... 

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9 hours ago, Jp sierra said:

Did you have to get wheels aligned again after installing the spacers. That’s the look I want without a full suspension lift... 

Hey. No I didn't. The only time I got an alignment was after getting the 2" lift kit installed.

 

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Just picked it up . Tuscany Edition ZRX . That 6.2 is very nice . 
 

Coming from a 2017 Silverado 2500 , that had the 6.0 . 

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2021 Sierra AT4

6.2L CarbonPro

 

Factory 2" Lift

ReadyLIFT SST 2" leveling kit plus 3" rear blocks

 

22x10 4Play 4P70 wheels

8mm wheel spacers

285/55 Nitto Ridge Grappler tires

Some trimming involved to make them fit. 

 

Other mods so far:

20% side window tint, 50% windshield tint

Black GMC badges(Still have to change the front)

S&B CAI 

BAK Revolver X4S Tonneau cover

 

Coming soon:

AMP Powersteps

Borla S-Type exhaust

 

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My New 2021 Silverado Custom Trail Boss with the 6.2L. I’ve added the nerf bars, wheel well liners, floor mats, and a bed liner is in the pipeline.... what else do y’all think I should add and need?

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