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By Mitchell Jackson
Wanting to get bigger tires on my truck, installing a lift kit as well.
Can I stretch 285/55/r20's on 20x12 rims with -44 offset?
Has anyone does this?
Also will this effect my tire life any reviews would be awesome.
(Leveling kit recommendations would be awesome as well)
This post was about preventing rust on fenders. I did not get much response so will be reposting in another thread.
Hey everyone! I have been browsing the forums for about 6 months now and finally pulled the trigger on a 2020 RST about 3 weeks ago.
I am looking to get some black wheels with some all terrains before winter. I am leaning towards OEM black wheels of some type as I have had better luck with OEM wheels holding up to these Minnesota winters.
Does anyone have these 18" OEM wheels (84641199)? I would love to see these on a vehicle!
I was also thinking of finding a set of Trail Boss wheels but I don't care for the looks of those as much.
Lastly I found a few of these sets on Ebay, they appear to be my current wheels but in Black. I can't seem to find anywhere saying that these came from the factory in Black, but I think they look great!
By Budman Jones
Planning on leveling my 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE with the 3” front 2” rear MOTOFAB leveling kit. Currently have stock wheels/tires on it which are 255/70R17. Thinking about jumping up to 18” wheels instead but wanted to know how much of a difference the 17” to 18” jump would make in appearance.
I was able to find plenty of pictures with 18” wheels but are there any photos out there of leveled /lifted trucks with 17” rims?
By Big R ED
Has anyone ever removed their liners and inspected the wells' steel several years after being installed? My concern is, since the liner is not chemically bonded to the steel (eg undercoated, bed-coated, etc), there could be pockets of moisture trapped between the backside of the liner and the well steel, that never really evaporates. I would think this collected moisture could pose a real problem, especially at weld points. I understand that the liners themselves will protect the surface of the factory painted wells from being compromised from stones, etc., but what about small pinholes or shallow coatings that might exist in the factory paint (especially at welds). My '19 LD came with front liners, and I'm looking for some feedback for my rears.
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