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Justin Wright

Biggest Tires Leveled 2019 Silverado Z71

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2019 Silverado 1500 Z71

Stock tires 275/60/20R

I have installed a 2” leveling kit
Looking to stay with the stock 20” rims

Question: What is the largest tire you have ran with this set up and not had any rubbing issues?

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Haven’t done it myself but I was just looking at zones website and they list 295/60r20 as max for their 2” level kit.

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That’s 2” front level and 2” rear drop on 35/12.5 on factory 20’s. Just barely could hear the scrub on the rear of the fender mud flaps. FYI running 2” wheel spacers so probably more carpet rub without spacers

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7 hours ago, Justin Wright said:

2019 Silverado 1500 Z71

Stock tires 275/60/20R

I have installed a 2” leveling kit
Looking to stay with the stock 20” rims

Question: What is the largest tire you have ran with this set up and not had any rubbing issues?

What was the actual height of the leveling kit installed and was it a top or bottom spacer? I have a old kit from my 2007 Silverado that I swear looks like it will fit (lower spacer) and need to know what steel thickness eqauls 2” of level. 

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305/55r20 on mine with 2" level up front and 1.5 spacer rear.  If u do a 2" level alone you are likely gonna look squatted.  Be prepared to do the rear too.  I wish I had done a full 2" rear.   

 

The 305s are only about .25" taller than stock.  The extra inch of width is what makes them look cool.  Looks just mean enough without going extreme and losing power and mpg. 

 

These almost hit the UCA but dont.  No other rubbing at all.  I originally thought I probably should get a .25" spacer but so far so good. 

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22 hours ago, Ezekiel2517 said:

305/55r20 on mine with 2" level up front and 1.5 spacer rear.  If u do a 2" level alone you are likely gonna look squatted.  Be prepared to do the rear too.  I wish I had done a full 2" rear.   

 

The 305s are only about .25" taller than stock.  The extra inch of width is what makes them look cool.  Looks just mean enough without going extreme and losing power and mpg. 

 

These almost hit the UCA but dont.  No other rubbing at all.  I originally thought I probably should get a .25" spacer but so far so good. 

 

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That looks great. I only got the 17" wheels with mine but now I know what proportion to shoot for.  Which tires are those? Nitto Ridge?

 

Cheers.

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2 inch readylift.  295 60 20 wildpeaks,  which are a 34-11.50-20. Plenty of room, I honestly think 35-11.50 -20s would fit with minor trimming.

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4 hours ago, mandrewbot3k said:

That looks great. I only got the 17" wheels with mine but now I know what proportion to shoot for.  Which tires are those? Nitto Ridge?

 

Cheers.

When/if u get 20s and this tire size, keep a positive offset.  Maybe +20.  The stock is +27.  Much less offset and u may rub in turns. 

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I have a 2" Readylift  and put 275/65/r20 (34.1x10.8x20) Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT (Exclusive to Discount tire) on the stock rims.

 

No rubbing at all

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I have a 1.5” level on mine and I have 295/60/20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on  mine. No rubbing with OE wheels. 

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On 12/11/2019 at 6:50 PM, arvid.garey said:

I have a 2" Readylift  and put 275/65/r20 (34.1x10.8x20) Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT (Exclusive to Discount tire) on the stock rims.

 

No rubbing at all

How do u like those tires?  Are they quiet?  Mpg killers?  Any pics?

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