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Old 04-16-2013, 08:45 PM
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i would get the alignment after everything is installed....imo...your trucks going to look great bud
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Ramkt7, I can`t wait to see pics man. I have the same colour truck and yours will give me a good idea what I am looking for. I just got my Bilsteins for the level, but I might wait for the whole deal for a complete install and alignment. By the way, please specify what level you put your Bil`s to for a nice level. I have a 3" rake front to back, so I assume 2.8, but I really want to see what looks and works best. Thanks bro and good luck. We are waiting for pics!!
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just had my CST 4" spindles up front and 1.5"spacers and 5100's in the rear installed. I decided to go woth the 295/65/20 nitto trails instead of 35's to avoid wheel spacers. My tires should be here on thrusday and will post pics and give feedback on mileage and any rub. here are some pics of before the lift.....
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hey guys i was planning on setting the bilstein to 2.1 to avoid the 4x4 wobble or is it safe to have it at the 2.8 setting or should i keep it safe?

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which setting do you guys recommend?

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also my main concern is will the 295/65/20 tires fit at at 2.1 setting?

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A 295/60 will fit easily at 2.1. It would clear at lower settings than that.
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I was hoping so Im putting 295/65 on the 2.1 bilstein level which are a inch taller than the 295/60 and just wanted to make sure it would fit


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Real close to buying some tires. Almost positive it's going to be a set of Nitto Trail Grapplers. Here is the question: I have an 11 big horn crew with a 2.5 ready lift. I talked to a custom shop initially that recommended the 295/60/20 over the 295/65/20 this was going off aftermarket wheels. What I am thinking now is going with the 65s on the stock 20" alloys. I'm not interested in spacers. Will the 65s work without rubbing?? Any opinions welcome, practical experience, technical knowledge, or photos even better. Planning on talking to Discount Tire when I get back from leave. Thanks for taking the time to read...

Per Nitto website:
295/60R20 = Overall Diameter: 34.45
295/65R20 = Overall Diameter: 35.47
Alrite, here are some pics of my 295/65/20's. 4in spindle lift kit on a 2wd. 1.5in spacers in the rear.

Hope this helps the decision. these tires are lookin tough on the truck
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hey guys i installed above fuel hostage wheels with the 295/65/20 nitto trail grapplers heres a link to the new thread
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