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Stock wheels on lifted trucks! - Page 9 - 2014 / 2015 / 2016 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & Modifications

Posted 18 April 2016 - 03:22 PM

Anyone running 305/50r20 on stock rims with a 2 inch lift? I only have the bilstein 5100s at full height. So really only a 1.75 inch lift.

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Not sure if this helps but here was my 2011 SLE 4x4 with the RC 2" level with 305/50/20s.  BARELY rubbed at full lock.

Then here was my 2014 SLT with the same RC 2" level this time with 295/50/20

I have since traded in the 2014 and now have a 2016 1500 Denali.  Going with the Suspension Maxx 2.5" with 305/50/20's.  Hope to have that done in the next month.


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Posted 18 April 2016 - 10:13 PM

A little. Handles a lot different.

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Posted 19 April 2016 - 11:09 AM

Not sure if this helps but here was my 2011 SLE 4x4 with the RC 2" level with 305/50/20s.  BARELY rubbed at full lock.
  Then here was my 2014 SLT with the same RC 2" level this time with 295/50/20

 

I have since traded in the 2014 and now have a 2016 1500 Denali.  Going with the Suspension Maxx 2.5" with 305/50/20's.  Hope to have that done in the next month.

That's perfect. Thank you! Let me know how the Denali goes with the 305s.

Posted 19 April 2016 - 11:20 AM

Not sure if this helps but here was my 2011 SLE 4x4 with the RC 2" level with 305/50/20s.  BARELY rubbed at full lock.
  Then here was my 2014 SLT with the same RC 2" level this time with 295/50/20

 

I have since traded in the 2014 and now have a 2016 1500 Denali.  Going with the Suspension Maxx 2.5" with 305/50/20's.  Hope to have that done in the next month.

Both of those trucks look sweet.

2006 Silverado Z71

Posted 19 April 2016 - 08:00 PM

Just added a 2.5 rough country level w/ 285/75/18 toyo ats on stock Sierra wheels.


Edited by Horner21, 19 April 2016 - 09:29 PM.

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2015 Z71 SLE l 4.5" Zone Lift l 285/75/18 Toyo Open Country A/T 2 l 18x9 XD Addicts l 1.25 G2 Rear Wheel Spacers l Diablo InTune i2 l Tint 15% (front only)

Posted 08 May 2016 - 02:09 PM

Just added a 2.5 rough country level w/ 285/75/18 toyo ats on stock Sierra wheels.

Your truck is probably my favorite truck on these forums! I love big amounts of rubber under the truck and 18" wheels!
Do you rub at all? Once my current tires wear out, I am definitely going with that same size tire. I am only front leveled on rancho quick lifts though. Wondering if they will fit on mine with no rub. My 275/70s have a lot of room left


2014 CC Inferno Red, Air Raid JR, leveled on 275/70/18 Dynapro ATM, 30" light bar, Corsa DB exhaust

Posted 14 May 2016 - 12:25 AM

2014 GMC Sierra z71 with a 6.5" Zone lift on 35 inch Toyos on stock 20's....i also just took that gray plastic piece off of the front bumper and put my running boards back on so i didnt ruin my leather seats.

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Edited by Nab, 14 May 2016 - 12:27 AM.

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Posted 14 May 2016 - 07:20 PM

2014 GMC Sierra z71 with a 6.5" Zone lift on 35 inch Toyos on stock 20's....i also just took that gray plastic piece off of the front bumper and put my running boards back on so i didnt ruin my leather seats.  

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I was looking at the rough country 5" lift and keeping my stock rims to save money until later. Do we need any spacers or anything to keep our stock ones?

Posted 14 May 2016 - 08:05 PM

I was looking at the rough country 5" lift and keeping my stock rims to save money until later. Do we need any spacers or anything to keep our stock ones?

No spacers...... and at full lock both ways, in forward and

reverse no rubbing at all.


Posted 14 May 2016 - 08:07 PM

 
No spacers...... and at full lock both ways, in forward and reverse no rubbing at all.

Appreciate it, bro.

Posted 19 May 2016 - 11:57 AM

Just love how the Stock 20" wheels look on the truck. 6" BDS with 35/12.5R20 Destination MT

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 02:19 PM

Could you take a picture from the front of your truck looking down the side of your truck so that I could see how much your tires stick out.

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That's the best that I can do at this time due to being out of the country. I hope it provides you with what your looking for though. 2015 GMC Sierra SLT Crew Cab 5.3L / Diablo Tuned Flowmaster Super 10 with everything from the 2nd Cat removed. 6" BDS lift with Fox 2.0 Shocks. 35/12.5R20 Firestone Destination MT on Chrome SLT 20" rims. Trail Sport 1.5" Hub Centric wheel spacers

Overall height to OnStar antenna 81", Front fender height 45", Rear fender height 45.25"

Posted 21 May 2016 - 04:36 AM

Your truck is probably my favorite truck on these forums! I love big amounts of rubber under the truck and 18" wheels!
Do you rub at all? Once my current tires wear out, I am definitely going with that same size tire. I am only front leveled on rancho quick lifts though. Wondering if they will fit on mine with no rub. My 275/70s have a lot of room left

How do you like your Rancho quick lifts? Considering them for mine. Do you know how much lift you got?

Posted 22 May 2016 - 12:59 PM

More pics fellas!

Planning to trade for another AT ('16) soon and contemplating 6" lift with stock wheels.  Wondering if 35"x12.0" might be as close to flush as I can get.


Edited by TFTADetail, 22 May 2016 - 01:01 PM.

2014 GMC Sierra SLT All-Terrain CC  /  Fabtech 2" Level  /  Debadged / Body Color Flares

/ Polished & Color Matched Stock Wheels Magnaflow Exhaust

Posted 22 May 2016 - 05:43 PM

4 inch tuff country

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Any issues with this lift? Looking at this or RC 3.5. Also, the site says we can use stock rims but I see you are...did you need spacers?

Edited by gary.smedley, 22 May 2016 - 07:31 PM.


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Posted 25 February 2017 - 09:23 AM

Truck is now 2 years old, 42K on it.  Tolerating the 3.08's, has been a lot better to deal with since the retune and deactivating AFM.  Had looked really hard at it prior, just did not want the expense to only go to a 3.42, didn't want to go all the way to a 4.10's, JMHO, that's just a little too much gear for a 32-33" tire.  All the 3.73 gears for a 9.5" were the old style that required the old style carriers , conversion yoke and cover spacer.  New Yukon 3.73 is specifically made for the 9.5 12  bolt.  Howver it does need require the higher deck height carrier.

What comes next is going to generate some head shaking on the part of a few who log into this post.  East Coast Gear Supply is now offering a 9.5" 12 bolt ring gear spacer.  I have used ring gear spacers in the past on drag cars (GM 12 bolts) running 5 series gears on a 4 series carrier and don't recall a failure.  I'd be a little skeptical if this truck was intended to run  35" or taller tires and destined for abusive off-road. For a street driver (I think the spacer is only about  .160-.180" thick), I don't see a problem.  From what I can tell, the new bolts supplied with the spacer have a full shoulder that should serve to center the spacer to the carrier and effetively relocate the shear point.  Front carrier will have to be swapped also, bare carriers are pretty cheap though, you just swap the spiders and bearing from one to the other. 


2015 Silverado DC Black w/ Black Bucket Seat Int., 4x4,  5.3L, 3.08 gears


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