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Old 01-28-2018, 11:24 PM
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If I go the leveling kit route...biggest tire on 20" wheels?
I'd go that route. If you want to run big tires, I'd recommend you also invest in new wheels with a 0mm offset. That will pop them out from the axle and you'll be able to run something wider.

Speaking from no experience but my own, I'm running AT2 315/70R17 tires on wheels with a 0mm offset. Truck is a 2006 with a leveling kit. I only rub at full lock, going backward, and non-level ground.

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Hi,
My first post on the forum.
So I'm doing level on my 1500... Bilsteins 5100 at 2.8" and 1" spacer at the rear.
For wheels and tires I went with SOTA SSD 17x8.5 -32 and BFG KO2 315x70r17
Do you guys think I'm gonna have issues with slight rubbing?
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Hi, 1st post and I did not read all 22 pages lol. I have a 14 regular cab Express with the stock 20X9 clad wheels. They stick out beyond the fenderwells and sling gravel and chip the paint. I'm going with a 2/3 drop and wonder if I can run these: https://www.finishlinewheels.com/DOD...08/A-02265U10/ without rubbing or hitting the calipers. I want to get the tires inside the fenders.
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Hi,
My first post on the forum.
So I'm doing level on my 1500... Bilsteins 5100 at 2.8" and 1" spacer at the rear.
For wheels and tires I went with SOTA SSD 17x8.5 -32 and BFG KO2 315x70r17
Do you guys think I'm gonna have issues with slight rubbing?
For turning it may be an issue. That is a lot of offset.
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Nope you just replace the shocks but first adjust them to ride height. This only works on the IFS trucks (independent front suspension) because the shocks are inside the coil. For you, you gotta go the other route with the springs.
I am in need of new tires. I wanted to see if Nitto Grappler G2 295/60's would work on my stock 20x9 wheels....but it doesn't look like they will, due to the 9" width.
I have been wanting to go with the Bilstein 5100's on the front, just to bring it level with the rear, but my concern has been excess wear and tear on the UCA's. Is it common to just add the struts and leave the factory control arms, or is it more common to replace the UCA's at the same time? TIA
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Great information, i have the 20" X9 clad chrome wheels and i need help on tire quality and what size are member running on their stock wheels.
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Great information, i have the 20" X9 clad chrome wheels and i need help on tire quality and what size are member running on their stock wheels.
I have the 20x9 chrome clad as well, and with 5100's set at 2.1 I was able to fit BFG KO2's in 295/65R20 on them with absolutely zero issues.
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