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I just leveled my 2015 2500hd with Kryptonite stage 3 kit with Bilstein 5100s and a set of 285/75-R18 Ridge Grapplers.  Just thought I would whore it out a little bit,  I am pretty happy how it turned out.  No rubbing at all on stock rims. 

 

 

 

 

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Very cool!

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Running the same tires, exactly. Like how quite they are, tall enough to look better than stock, narrow like a stock tire for decent tracking in the ruts on the interstate.  

Good looking truck. 

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This is exactly the look i'm going for my man.  Great job.  Are you using front shock extenders?  What brand?  Same with you gearheadsw, i need help picking up a set as i accumulate all the parts i need.  

 

I have the stock 17" alloy's.  I'm keeping an eye out for a set of stock 18"s someone is trying to offload.  Have about 10k more miles before my stock tires give up the ghost and i'm ready for new shoes.  I like the idea of running the stock wheels as the aftermarket has little to no options for positive offset wheels.  I think with 285 width, the stock +44 keeps them right at the edge of the wheel well while maintaining clearance for the frame and steering components.

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On 9/17/2019 at 10:06 PM, Buckshot556 said:

This is exactly the look i'm going for my man.  Great job.  Are you using front shock extenders?  What brand?  Same with you gearheadsw, i need help picking up a set as i accumulate all the parts i need.  

 

I have the stock 17" alloy's.  I'm keeping an eye out for a set of stock 18"s someone is trying to offload.  Have about 10k more miles before my stock tires give up the ghost and i'm ready for new shoes.  I like the idea of running the stock wheels as the aftermarket has little to no options for positive offset wheels.  I think with 285 width, the stock +44 keeps them right at the edge of the wheel well while maintaining clearance for the frame and steering components.

No shock extensions, just bilsteins 5100s made for a leveled truck.  

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