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35s on OE 20s??


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Here's mine on 35's and stock snowflakes.


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Love this look, what is you suspension setup? Any spacers or rubbing?

Thanks sir.

No rubbing or scraping anywhere in forward or reverse.

Setup:
Zone 4.5" lift with Bilstein 5100's set to lowest setting with Bilstein 5125's out back.

Bora 1.5" spacers out back.

Tires: 35x11.50x20 Nitto Ridge Grappler

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2017 Sierra SLT AT
6.2 engine
Pedal Commander
Kicker Sub
Cam Locker Toolbox
Windows tinted 15 front & 20 top factry rear
DVD headrests and Chromecast system





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21 hours ago, AgDoctor said:


Thanks sir.

No rubbing or scraping anywhere in forward or reverse.

Setup:
Zone 4.5" lift with Bilstein 5100's set to lowest setting with Bilstein 5125's out back.

Bora 1.5" spacers out back.

Tires: 35x11.50x20 Nitto Ridge Grappler

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2017 Sierra SLT AT
6.2 engine
Pedal Commander
Kicker Sub
Cam Locker Toolbox
Windows tinted 15 front & 20 top factry rear
DVD headrests and Chromecast system





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