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2014 Silverado LTZ crew cab 4x4
I recently put my rear air ride suspension on and waiting for my 3in motofab leveling kit to come in.
With the 3in kit up front what tire size can I go to now? Will I need a bigger rim? Do you have any pictures of stock rim with bigger/beefier tires? Do you have any pictures of larger rims with bigger ties?
Currently running stock rim with gy 275/55r20 all terrains
Hey Everyone, I’ve been looking at this forum for a long time but I’m a new member. I have a 2015 GMC All-Terrain that I’m wanting to level. I’ve been trying to decide between the ready lift 2.25” with the 2” rear block or Rough Country 2.5” with the 2” rear block. I want to run 275/65r20 tires on the stock wheels. I was also considering buying a set of Hellwig helper springs, I pull a trailer a few times a month and don’t want much to any squat. So I guess my questions are:
1. Has anyone done either of those kits with that size of tire? (Please share a picture)
2. Would it be better to do an Add-A-Leaf
in place of the 2” block and Hellwigs?
I have looked through all the leveling kit post and haven’t really found what I was looking for yet.
Hey everyone I am new to this whole "modifying" your truck thing. I bought a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 All-Terrain 5.3L. The only thing I have done is put a K&M CAI in and am currently looking at a leveling kit but want to upgrade to 33" or 35" (if possible) tires. I also want to hear everyone's opinions on modifications they have done to their truck that didn't break the bank and their favorite ones. Pictures would be beneficial too. Thank you in advance!
Looking for pictures of 2015-2017 Chevrolet Silverado with stock 18” wheels and 37s-40s with 6-9” suspension lifts. I had a truck with stock 17” wheels and 37s with spacers and loved the look of it. Wanting to build a new truck with the same platform.
I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado z71 and realized that the tires are too small/not aggressive enough. I took off the 265/65/18 tires and threw on some BFG AT KO2 275/70/18 tires.
What's strange is that my average dropped from 18.8 to 13.7..........what!!!!!!??????!?!?!?!!!!! No way does this happen with this small of a tire change, no? Am I wrong?!
Also, what should the PSI be? It says max 80 but I put 40 in it.
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