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On 4/19/2021 at 9:06 AM, ms6040 said:

2021 RST Z71. 265/60/20 Ridge Grapplers. Stock wheels. Bilstein 5100's all the way around. Front set in groove #5, 2" setting.

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Stock RST wheels with the more aggressive tires look great!

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2 hours ago, Muddturtle1231 said:

How do you like the Go Rhino's?

I really like them! I would love to have AMP Research steps, but I didn't want to pay that much.  They are very solid feeling and the install was very easy.  I got the bed lined version and really like them

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18" Black Rhino Mozambique wheels/ Falken Wild Peak AT3 275-65-18 tires, 2" ReadyLift levelling kit.  Drives great, still gets 25+ combined mpg, and it dropped 11lbs per wheel/ tire compared to the stock 22's.  Overall diameter is down slightly compared to stock, but exactly the same as the AT4 18" setup.

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4 hours ago, Dmax3 said:

18" Black Rhino Mozambique wheels/ Falken Wild Peak AT3 275-65-18 tires, 2" ReadyLift levelling kit.  Drives great, still gets 25+ combined mpg, and it dropped 11lbs per wheel/ tire compared to the stock 22's.  Overall diameter is down slightly compared to stock, but exactly the same as the AT4 18" setup.

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With the 2" ready lift, did you check your before and after measurements? I've read many other said they really only got about 1.5" out of the spacers. 

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On 2/11/2021 at 9:22 AM, Wakinvol said:

Going against how I have been for MANY years I made a subtle swap this time...went from the stock 275/65-18's on my TrailBoss to a 275/70-18 Ridge Grappler. I wanted to keep my power, good ride, and performance. I have scowered the board looking for pics of another and couldn't find any. Overall I am pleased. I had 295/70-18's on my previous Titan XD and I know they would have fit here, but I didn't want a stuffed look. Also didn't want to level it and have to change the UCA's so here it is:

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 I've been looking for this exact tire set up with stock / nearly stock suspension set up.  Thanks!

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On 1/6/2022 at 6:15 PM, paxamus said:

Cognito 3" lift with Fox Coilovers.

35x11.5x20 Toyo Open Country ATIII on stock rims- minor trimming and mudflap delete with McGaughy's Mudflap delete

 

2021 Z71 (Debadged except for the DURAMAX) LTZ

3.0 L Duramax

Auto Stop Eliminator

Diamondback HD tonneau

Go Rhino Running boards

Complete LasFit LED light conversion

 

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Did you have to use spacers to retain your factory wheels? Their website mentions  5.75 backspacing

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On 1/19/2022 at 4:34 PM, PeaceKeepr said:


Very nice set up. Any rubbing? Trimming? Details on the bumper/skid plate?

Sorry, just saw this.

 

No rubbing. I did do a mud flap delete kit from Mcgaughys in the front. The bumper is ADD Offroad Stealthfighter bumper.

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2020 RST Z71

20X9 +1 Fuel Rage black&milled wrapped in AE07D955-6F6A-4607-A966-AEB26568AFEF.thumb.jpeg.abdddf06fdc59a0d43d980b6bd83d6d3.jpeg33”x12.50” Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T’s. I have a 3” Superlift suspension lift and the Borla exhaust with the black chrome quad tips.

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