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295/70R18 Leveled 2015 1500 clearance pictures with suspension flex.

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Hey all, I wanted to share my experience running 34.25in 295/70R18 tires on leveled truck. Feel free to let me know if I should have just posted this under another thread. My truck is a 2015, 1500, 5.3L, 3.42, CC, Bilsteins 5100 (Highest Setting), RC upper control arms (Old tube style), 3in Moto Fab rear blocks (+2in of lift), Rear Rancho RS7000 shocks, and a Tune. The Cooper Evolutions M/T tires have been great so far they were cheep $188 each Walmart, ride pretty good, and are great when things get soft. I would like to change to some better UCA but these have been at home in a box for 2 years so I figured on using them for now. Here are some pictures and yes the rear bump stops are removed as im making spacers. 


Just some poor iPhone pictures and yes my truck needs a bath....





Here are some pictures of the front right wheel compressed at full lock with the wheel tied. The mark on the sway bar is not from rubbing. I just brushed it when the shocks were installed. 




Here are some of the rear wheel compressed. The shocks still have about 2in more of compression but my extra rear springs are pretty stiff. I did have to bend the rear drivers side emergency brake line holder down some to provide slack when the rear flexes the other way. 





Some with the truck level and full lock.







Front fender liner rear trimming needed. 



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