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Have a 2020 1500 RST. Stock suspension. Looking at putting a 3.5” - 4” kit on the truck.. want to run an aggressive looking 35” tire on stock 20” wheels but don’t want serious rub.. anyone running a similar setup? Any pictures out there? 

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I installed these awhile ago but this is my 5.3 Elevation. It is levelled (in the rear). 20x9 Fuel Rebels on 33" Kendas. 

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Here is my setup

Fuel Vapor 20x10 -19mm offset

Nitto Ridge Grapplers in 275/65/20

I put on ready-lift 2inch leveling kit

did a mudflap bracket delete with trimming the innermost portion of the flap and zip tied the liner in one spot.

No rub at all

 

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Used this forum to pick out my specific wheel and tire set up so I’m returning the favor!

 

20” Vossen HF6-4s 20x9.5- +15 offset.

275/60R20 Falken Wildpeak AT3W.

 

it has a 3” Superlift lift kit. The tire size is same as stock on the stock 20” OEM wheels. There is zero rubbing at full turn. This setup gives a similar look to a leveled AT4. 
 

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14 hours ago, Trevor Towers said:

Used this forum to pick out my specific wheel and tire set up so I’m returning the favor!

 

20” Vossen HF6-4s 20x9 - 0 offset.

275/60R20 Falken Wildpeak AT3W.

 

it has a 3” Superlift lift kit. The tire size is same as stock on the stock 20” OEM wheels. There is zero rubbing at full turn. This setup gives a similar look to a leveled AT4. 
 

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Looks great! Do you happen to have a photo down the side showing how much poke there is? 

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10 hours ago, PandonSF said:

Looks great! Do you happen to have a photo down the side showing how much poke there is? 


I do. It should be somewhere around 1” of poke over factory. Also added a picture of the clearance at full lock. I wasn’t interested in going any bigger than the stock tire sizing because I didn’t want to impact fuel economy too much with weight, overall I believe the new setup is just a touch lighter. 

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2 hours ago, Trev Towers said:


I do. It should be somewhere around 1” of poke over factory. Also added a picture of the clearance at full lock. I wasn’t interested in going any bigger than the stock tire sizing because I didn’t want to impact fuel economy too much with weight, overall I believe the new setup is just a touch lighter. 

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Thanks, that looks good. I actually had ordered these wheels a few days ago but in a +15 offset and 9.5” wide. Didn’t realize they had the other offset and widths available.

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13 minutes ago, PandonSF said:

Thanks, that looks good. I actually had ordered these wheels a few days ago but in a +15 offset and 9.5” wide. Didn’t realize they had the other offset and widths available.


Vossen has a custom sizing program, you can get them in configurations from 8.5” - 12” wide and offsets from 0 - +48mm. But I just double checked my receipt, it says 20x9.5in +15mm offset. I called the sales person to confirm because he was telling me 0 offset over the phone previously, I think he was just mistaken. He said that the 20x9.5 +15 is the STANDARD size for these. I’ll update my post. What kind of tires are you going to fit on your vehicle? 

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30 minutes ago, PandonSF said:

Thanks, that looks good. I actually had ordered these wheels a few days ago but in a +15 offset and 9.5” wide. Didn’t realize they had the other offset and widths available.


Here are some more pictures for you as well. I included an image of my city MPG in just normal driving to show I can still maintain essentially the same MPG I was getting before. All city driving.
 

 

 

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37 minutes ago, Trevor Towers said:


Vossen has a custom sizing program, you can get them in configurations from 8.5” - 12” wide and offsets from 0 - +48mm. But I just double checked my receipt, it says 20x9.5in +15mm offset. I called the sales person to confirm because he was telling me 0 offset over the phone previously, I think he was just mistaken. He said that the 20x9.5 +15 is the STANDARD size for these. I’ll update my post. What kind of tires are you going to fit on your vehicle? 

Oh nice, thanks! I have some Toyo open country at3 275/60r20 im going to put on them. 

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Here is mine.

2020 Silverado LTZ Z71 4WD

Bilstein 6112's in front, 2" level

Bilstein 5160's rear with 1" block

Fuel Sledge 20x9, +19mm, ceramic coated

Toyo A/T III, 285/60/20

No rub. Tires stick out past fender by about 5/8". Very happy how it came out.

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