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Stock Wheels 275/65R20 Nitto Recon Graplers (Metric Non-LT version only 47.5 lbs)

Bilstein 5100's @ 2 inches, Stock rear height. rear is 1/4 in higher that front but looks nose high to me. I going to install 1.2" blocks from Pre 2019 trucks to level it back out to the eye.

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2022 LTD High Country 

Fuel Maverick

D536 chrome

22x10 , +10 offset 

Michelin Defender LTX MS 

305 45 R22

Stock suspension. Tiny rub in reverse full lock easily fixed.

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Certainly appreciate everyone posting information here with pictures. Helped a lot. I finally got my lift and wheels on this weekend. 2021 Silverado Custom. Added a 4" rough country lift front and back. Fuel hostage D625 rims are 20x9 +1. Terra Grappler tires are 295/65 R20.

I don't feel there is a difference between stock and modified ride. Rides and handles great.

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On 1/10/2022 at 2:24 PM, tomthetrex said:

2021 Z71 Duramax RST

Fuel 18x9 Couplers

Toyo Open Country ATIII 35x12.5r18

IVD Stage 2 w. Element Hard Parts UCA.

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How much lift did this give you? I want to do the same setup and I want to be sure it will give (AT4) at least 1.5" of lift.

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On 5/10/2022 at 6:11 PM, pepe48134 said:

Stock Wheels 275/65R20 Nitto Recon Graplers (Metric Non-LT version only 47.5 lbs)

Bilstein 5100's @ 2 inches, Stock rear height. rear is 1/4 in higher that front but looks nose high to me. I going to install 1.2" blocks from Pre 2019 trucks to level it back out to the eye.

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I’m thinking about something similar and want to hopefully improve the ride. I was unaware on a non-LT of that size tire. Do you think a little extra sidewall improves your ride? How do you like the ride compared to stock? Your truck looks great. 

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On 5/10/2022 at 6:11 PM, pepe48134 said:

Stock Wheels 275/65R20 Nitto Recon Graplers (Metric Non-LT version only 47.5 lbs)

Bilstein 5100's @ 2 inches, Stock rear height. rear is 1/4 in higher that front but looks nose high to me. I going to install 1.2" blocks from Pre 2019 trucks to level it back out to the eye.

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Also, did the larger tire have a big impact on gas mileage? TIA 

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XF offroad XF222 wheels -12mm offset

Cooper Discoverer Rugged Trek

275/60R20 (factory size)

Removed lower wheel liner bracket, and pinned wheel liner back in empty space that was filled by the bracket with self tapping screw. No rubbing at full turn in either direction.

3/8" spacer to clear calipers.

Bilstein 5100 all around (Front on setting #5 2")

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On 5/30/2022 at 6:55 PM, SilverMak said:


I’m thinking about something similar and want to hopefully improve the ride. I was unaware on a non-LT of that size tire. Do you think a little extra sidewall improves your ride? How do you like the ride compared to stock? Your truck looks great. 

Sorry for the delay,

 

Hard to tell if the ride is much different from the Tires or the Shocks.

 

No Noticeable difference in MPG. I think the tire weight of the Non-LT tires help (11lbs per tire lighter then the LT's, unsprung mass is bad for MPG).

Nitto is the only MGF the has a Non-LT tires in this size and the make both the standard and the LT in the same size so you have to be very specific on what you order. I got them from Discount Tire.

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