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AdamAT4

0mm offset wheel

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2 hours ago, AdamAT4 said:

 

 

That looks perfect! i'll be for sure getting the +1mm Fuel Covert wheels. 

 

on a side note what load rating are your tires? hard to get non 10 ply Load E tires over 32" only found a few 32.9" so far for 18" rim and 33.1 on a 20" rim (275/60r20) i'll probably end up with 265/70r18 Nitto Ridge grapplers

Yea they are 10ply E load, my fuel economy is sitting at 15.5mpg after about 1000 miles with them so far.

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22 minutes ago, Ksalway said:

Yea they are 10ply E load, my fuel economy is sitting at 15.5mpg after about 1000 miles with them so far.

 

yikes, scary coming from a deleted diesel, i could get that towing with my Cummins. these gas trucks for sure don't like big heavy tires. 

 

is your truck a 5.3? i got the 6.2L with 10 speed as its apparently has a lower first gear, i sure hope it does because these trucks have a 3.23 ratio which is garbage. at least Ram has an option for 3.92 and ford has from 3.31 to 3.73 

 

i had an 11 EcoBoost with 35x12.50 and got around 17 with the 35s and 20mpg stock 

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Just found this

 

GM Hydra-Matic 10-Speed Automatic Transmission.
Transmission: 10-speed 10LXX 8-speed 8LXX
Gear ratios (:1)
First: 4.70 4.56
Second: 2.99 2.97
Third: 2.15 2.08

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11 hours ago, AdamAT4 said:

 

yikes, scary coming from a deleted diesel, i could get that towing with my Cummins. these gas trucks for sure don't like big heavy tires. 

 

is your truck a 5.3? i got the 6.2L with 10 speed as its apparently has a lower first gear, i sure hope it does because these trucks have a 3.23 ratio which is garbage. at least Ram has an option for 3.92 and ford has from 3.31 to 3.73 

 

i had an 11 EcoBoost with 35x12.50 and got around 17 with the 35s and 20mpg stock 

Yes, I have the 5.3. And I do mostly city driving getting me to the 15.5. Highway I see anywhere from 18-20 with these tires, depending on my speed of course. But I knew with the 35’s and lift it wasn’t going to be anything great!

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On 3/17/2020 at 7:06 PM, BlackLS said:

Here is a pic when my Trail Boss had 20x9 +1 Fuel Mavericks with 305/55R20 Ridge Grapplers.

 

The front had 6mm spacers to clear the calipers. No spacer in the rear.

 

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Nice set up how much rubbing

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10 minutes ago, justin saleeby said:

Nice set up how much rubbing

Zero rubbing forward or reverse with 1 1/2" level and removing mud flap brackets.

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18x9 fuel +1 offset. 275/70r18 terra grappler. Truck has 2 inch front and rear level2df45653e8f918f8214d00070f46bd8b.jpg

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18x9 fuel +1 offset. 275/70r18 terra grappler. Truck has 2 inch front and rear level2df45653e8f918f8214d00070f46bd8b.jpg

Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk


Looks like my hometown,

I was wanting that tire size 275/70 but I dont want a 10 ply tire making my ride stiffer and fuel economy suffer.

I'll get 265/70R18 (22.8") SL rated.

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On 3/24/2020 at 5:45 PM, BlackLS said:

Zero rubbing forward or reverse with 1 1/2" level and removing mud flap brackets.

I have a bit of rub with my 0mm Fuel Contras. Can you please tell me what I need to do to remove the brackets? 

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13 hours ago, nick242 said:

I have a bit of rub with my 0mm Fuel Contras. Can you please tell me what I need to do to remove the brackets? 

-Remove the mud flap and the first few pins of the wheel well liner.


-look behind and you’ll see the metal support bracket, remove the 4 I believe they are 13mm bolts
 

- punch some holes for zip ties in your wheel well liner and zip tie back to one of the existing holes

 

I actually cut my mud flaps a decent bit as once I pulled the liner back it was sticking out and still getting hit.

 

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On 3/17/2020 at 9:06 PM, BlackLS said:

Here is a pic when my Trail Boss had 20x9 +1 Fuel Mavericks with 305/55R20 Ridge Grapplers.

 

The front had 6mm spacers to clear the calipers. No spacer in the rear.

 

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Do you notice any difference in driveability with having spacers in the front and not the rear? 

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2 minutes ago, Mack3748 said:

Do you notice any difference in driveability with having spacers in the front and not the rear? 

No difference after replacing my first set of 6mm spacers with custom Bora wheel and hub centric spacers. I had a vibration before making this change.

 

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On 3/20/2020 at 4:55 PM, Ksalway said:

20x9 +1 offset Fuel Rebel 35x11.50 Yokohama geolandar X-AT tires.

 

 

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Do you have a lift on your truck? 

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5 minutes ago, Randall Durham said:

Do you have a lift on your truck? 

Yes, rough country 3.5” lift

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