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Old 09-07-2013, 12:45 AM
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Yup, I catch up on the forum as much as possible. Sent you back a PM already.

Shouldn't look too bad. I ran my stock tires (31.5") on my 1500 when it was leveled for 6 months. Ya they looked a little small but it was still better than a stock truck with rake.
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My rig - 2011 CC 4X4 with ST trim, 4.7 with 3.55 gears. I have the Readylift 2.5" spacers on mine and can fit 385/70/17's (about 34") on stock rims with no rubbing at all. If I did it over again, I'd go with the Bilsteins.

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If you're willing to pay two hundred dollars for a shop to install the shocks but you want to do the install yourself why not just take the two hundred and buy a decent socket set and do the install yourself and you'll have the socket set for the future.
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