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kslakelife

Nitto Ridge 295/65r20 + 2018 Silverado 1500

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Im looking at putting Nitto Ridge Grappler 295/65R20 on my 2018 Silverado 1500 Crew Long Bed. I already have a 2.5" front and 1" rear leveling kit on it. Does anyone have these on a similar rig and do you have any rubbing issues?? PLEASE HELP!!

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I have this exact set-up and have no issues. Same size leveling kit with the same size ridge grapplers. I went with a zero offset wheel from Gear Alloy and they stick about 3/4 of inch out past the fender. Looks pretty good I think. I posted picture about two years ago, I don't have them anymore so maybe do a search for my user name and you might find them. I have a 2015 All Terrain in Blue Stone Metallic

 

 

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that looks dope. how has your wear been on them???

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So I have put about 23k miles on them and the wear has been great. Very even, still ALOT of tread left and the road noise very little. I ran Cooper ATP's prior to these and these are just as quite with a more aggressive look and pattern. I have been happy with them 

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Dang that’s a 35” tire in just a 2.5” level? Any Metal rub? Any trimming? I was wanting to go with 285/70/18s on mine but if you didn’t have a problem I should be fine. 😀😀

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I did have to trim a few inches back on the wheel well liner. Some people zip tie them back instead of cutting them. 

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Stamped steel control arms will rub with any tire bigger than stock on a factory 20" wheel.  You will need spacers or new wheels.

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i have ridge grapp 285/60 20 on factory snowflakes and stamped steel UCA and they rub

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I've got those in a 305/55/20 but with 20x10s and I rub full lock on billstein 5100s top setting

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On 3/27/2019 at 7:51 AM, kslakelife said:

what size spacers do you have on yours?

I run aftermarket Hostile wheels in 20*10, no need for spacers.

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