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Hunterboy0512

Stock wheels with mud tires

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Been looking around and am having trouble finding pictures of the 2019 silverado lifted with mud tires on factory wheels. I understand that the new fad is to have offset wheels, but I'm not a fan of the offset look. I have the factory 20 x 9 wheels on my z71 rst and want to know what it would look like lifted with mud tires.

 

I want to save the money and use my wheels I have. They fit nicely and work well. No need in getting rid of them. I want the tires to be the focus and not the wheels. Going for 35" or possibly 37" tires with 6 inch lift. 

 

Has anyone done their truck this way? Any pictures would be great. My wheels are the gray and brushed chevrolet wheels. Picture attached for reference.

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I ran stock wheels with 35 12.5s on a 2” level and 2” rear lower last summer. Have since changed suspension and have rims you wouldn’t like and 37 13.5s 

** FYI I had 2” wheel spacers but here ya go

 

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10 hours ago, 19silverrado said:

I ran stock wheels with 35 12.5s on a 2” level and 2” rear lower last summer. Have since changed suspension and have rims you wouldn’t like and 37 13.5s 

** FYI I had 2” wheel spacers but here ya go

 

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Thanks for the pics. Your setup looks good. I'm not knocking those with offset, I just prefer to have the tires be the focal point. Grew up with big tires, small wheels. I have land that I want to work at starting in the spring. 

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12 hours ago, Hunterboy0512 said:

Thanks for the pics. Your setup looks good. I'm not knocking those with offset, I just prefer to have the tires be the focal point. Grew up with big tires, small wheels. I have land that I want to work at starting in the spring. 

No problem I ran stock wheels on 35s after my lift but only for a day or two so not many pics but this is it

 

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Keep in mind that’s with 2” wheel spacers and 2” drop shackles on a 6” rcx lift with a 1/2” top strut spacer.

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On 2/11/2020 at 10:04 PM, AD80 said:

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Lift? Tire size? Any issues? Thx.

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1 hour ago, Vasa1 said:

Lift? Tire size? Any issues? Thx.

2" level, 275/65r20 ridge grapplers.  No issues

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On 2/13/2020 at 7:52 AM, Ebrown1120 said:

Stock rims and suspension with 33 ridge grapplers 

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I like it, are those the 275/60r20 ridge grapplers?

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3 hours ago, ausomecasey said:

I like it, are those the 275/60r20 ridge grapplers?

Yes they are and thanks 

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1 minute ago, Ebrown1120 said:

Yes they are and thanks 

Sweet! I’m tempted to stay at this stock size because I love how it drives now. Did you get the 116 load rating or the LT load rating? 

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9 hours ago, ausomecasey said:

Sweet! I’m tempted to stay at this stock size because I love how it drives now. Did you get the 116 load rating or the LT load rating? 

I got the 116 load range. They ride great and I can’t even hear them going down the road.

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