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I clicked thru all 65 pages...mostly aftermarket wheels and trucks with lifts. Lot's of good looking trucks in here.

 

I'm wanting to put a small upsized tire on my 2022 Silverado Custom. My factory equipped Bridgestone tires have 50k on them, and I'm about done with them. They are 275/60R20's

 

I'd like to get something slightly taller, and slightly wider. To fill out the wheel well. But I don't want to have any rubbing.

 

What size should I go with? Thanks in advance.

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2" block rear lift

2.5" front lift (C-clip position #2)

Trailboss 5100's

Rough Country UCAs

OE wheels 18" Trailboss replicas

Falken Wildpeak AT3 295 70 R18

 

Tire was rubbing the UCA on the sidewall lugs so I had to install a Rough Country 1/4" wheel spacer

Slight rubbing on mudflap in reverse/full lock

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, mdrum93 said:

2" block rear lift

2.5" front lift (C-clip position #2)

Trailboss 5100's

Rough Country UCAs

OE wheels 18" Trailboss replicas

Falken Wildpeak AT3 295 70 R18

 

Tire was rubbing the UCA on the sidewall lugs so I had to install a Rough Country 1/4" wheel spacer

Slight rubbing on mudflap in reverse/full lock

 

 

 

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Would you happen to have a picture or two of the rubbing on the control arm? I have the Rough Country 3.5" lift (3.5" strut block and 2.5" rear block) on my diesel and currently have 275/70/18 tires (33"). It currently is .5" or more of space betweem A-arm and tire.  I was thinking on the next replacement that i'd jump to the 34's, but curious if i'd be rubbing too. Was planning on using my stock 18's and not having to use a spacer. I wonder if i went with the Bridgestone at/revo3 that i have now, just in a bigger size, if they would fit? maybe they aren't as wide as the wildpeaks.

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4 hours ago, mdrum93 said:

2" block rear lift

2.5" front lift (C-clip position #2)

Trailboss 5100's

Rough Country UCAs

OE wheels 18" Trailboss replicas

Falken Wildpeak AT3 295 70 R18

 

Tire was rubbing the UCA on the sidewall lugs so I had to install a Rough Country 1/4" wheel spacer

Slight rubbing on mudflap in reverse/full lock

 

 

 

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IMG-4343.jpg

IMG-4345.jpg

Where did u get the ambers for the grille you got?

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46 minutes ago, SC4R3C120W said:

Would you happen to have a picture or two of the rubbing on the control arm? I have the Rough Country 3.5" lift (3.5" strut block and 2.5" rear block) on my diesel and currently have 275/70/18 tires (33"). It currently is .5" or more of space betweem A-arm and tire.  I was thinking on the next replacement that i'd jump to the 34's, but curious if i'd be rubbing too. Was planning on using my stock 18's and not having to use a spacer. I wonder if i went with the Bridgestone at/revo3 that i have now, just in a bigger size, if they would fit? maybe they aren't as wide as the wildpeaks.

Probably would be okay with the Bridgestones.  This pic was before the spacer.  As you can see just barely touching the sidewall lugs.  

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6 minutes ago, Asmith721 said:

Where did u get the ambers for the grille you got?

Amazon.  

 

iJDMTOY 3pc Super Bright Amber Full LED Center Grille Running/Position Lights w/ Mounting Brackets, Compatible with 2019/2020-up Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2500HD 3500HD (Dark Smoked Lens)

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What is everyone running for speedometer calibration? Rough Country ($260), hypertech, and Pulsar LT ($550) seem like the only options. Dealerships said they can't program for me. Right now I'm holding out for a tuner from RunVSE.

 

2020 1500 Silverado LM2 Z71

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I have a Rough Country for mine. I only ran it for a couple days when I had 275/65/20's on. I'll be putting 35's on once the snow's gone in Michigan and I can get the lift installed. I'll put it back in place then. It's easy to use, you plug it into your computer and input stock tire size and new tire size and save. It then plugs in between one of the BCM plugs and the module tucks behind the drivers side kick panel.

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14 hours ago, Ronjon said:

What is everyone running for speedometer calibration? Rough Country ($260), hypertech, and Pulsar LT ($550) seem like the only options. Dealerships said they can't program for me. Right now I'm holding out for a tuner from RunVSE.

 

2020 1500 Silverado LM2 Z71

I run the pulsar, put 33s on my RST and it’s almost dead on with satellite speedo. Got it for the other features too, have the AFM shut off and the auto start/stop turned off. Get better mpg now than when I had all that nonsense turned on

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On 1/3/2023 at 3:45 PM, Method2Madness said:

Switched tires out to Goodyear UltraTerrain. Best AT tire I've had. 

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Currently running the trailrunner At and from a price performance standpoint, I'm not sure how they get beat. 

 

Except they are not the most aggressive. Currently leaning towards ko2 but the ultra terrains are intriguing as well. 

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On 2/20/2023 at 12:58 PM, Asmith721 said:

I run the pulsar, put 33s on my RST and it’s almost dead on with satellite speedo. Got it for the other features too, have the AFM shut off and the auto start/stop turned off. Get better mpg now than when I had all that nonsense turned on

Off topic but what gear ratio did you set it to? 

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I'm considering 295/70R18 Recon Grapplers on my bone stock 19 Trail Boss.  I have read multiple forums and watched a couple YouTube videos that show this setup works on a stock Trail Boss with stock wheels. I have not read of anyone having issues with rubbing or needing to trim anything.  If you have please share!!!  

I have previously been a BFG KO2 fan and have never ran Nitto tires.  I have built a good relationship with a local shop over the past couple years and they highly recommend the Recon Grapplers.  Their local supplier does not stock the BFG KO2.

 

1.  Is the Recon Grappler a good alternative to the KO2?

2.  Is the 295/70R18 too big for my stock TB?

3.  Any big drawbacks in milage, noise, traction, that I need to know about?

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