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On 8/11/2021 at 6:20 PM, RST_n_JAX said:

I just got my 19 Silverado back today and ended kinda disappointed. I did not gain 3 inches in the front and have a pretty noticeable rake still. Do you happen to have what your stock measurements were compared to the new measurements are? 


Sorry I didn’t see this notification. I didn’t take any measurements, but the Bilsteins really took a while to wear in and actually let the truck sag under its own weight. At first the rake was noticeable, but now it’s at a level that I’m really happy with. A stock AT4 next to my truck looks like a funny car with all that factory rake. I’d have to imagine though that you’d need some B8 5100s up front too if you wanted a fully level look. I’ll get some measurements tomorrow for what it’s currently at. 

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Fuel Block 17x9 -12 offset with Falken Wildpeak MTs 35x12.5 all on the stock Trailboss suspension. Had to remove the front mud flap brackets and zip tie the liner back but that was expected. No rubbing going forward, just a slight rub at full lock in reverse. Got this setup about 2 years earlier than expected. Found the set of 5 tires and rims, brand new, for about the price of 3 on Facebook. Had to jump at that deal. 

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Fuel Beast 20" 285/60/20  +20mm offset (flush fit) , 21 trailboss, very very slight rub at full lock going in reverse touching the top edge of the mud flap, cut 2" of the flat pat of the flap inside the wheelwell off with a dremel and it stopped

 

 

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On 3/24/2021 at 12:43 PM, RSVolcom said:

OEM wheels with Falken Wildpeak LT275/70R18.  Had these on with OEM Racho's prior to adding Bilstein's last week in Front/Back as displayed below.  Love how they work in the snow and stay nice and soft compared to BFG ATs.

 

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Love this setup! Can you provide a few more pics? Exactly what I want and same truck in white. Just want a level with AT Tires but on stock wheels. 

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20X10 Fuel Tech Anthracite with 305/55/R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers…..

 

I am having a 4” lift installed on Friday due to rubbing issues and I don’t like the idea of cutting anything to make it work.

 

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On 9/11/2021 at 2:06 PM, johnsills1 said:

20X10 Fuel Tech Anthracite with 305/55/R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers…..

 

I am having a 4” lift installed on Friday due to rubbing issues and I don’t like the idea of cutting anything to make it work.

 

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I like your front bumper.  I see a hidden winch.  I'd love more info if you don't mind. 

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On 9/15/2021 at 6:52 AM, Transient said:

I like your front bumper.  I see a hidden winch.  I'd love more info if you don't mind. 

It is a 9500 lb. Winch by Rough Country. It fits nicely inside my Fab Fours bumper. I think it was about $400 if I remember.

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