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cdbright 01-12-2018 10:00 AM

stock 2015 Denali
 
i want to go back to a negative offset on my new to me truck, it sits level but it looks like they just cranked the bars. It came with 20 motos but they are not much of an offset.

i am going to go with NITTO mudds but wondered how negative i can go with the wheels and or how big of a tire you guys have slipped in there?

Not much room left and i assume it will get worse if i go any more negative offset.

TLyons90 01-12-2018 06:33 PM

Depends how much you wanna cut/trim/rub. 20x10s with a -18ish offset and 33s should clear pretty decent. Anymore and the above is going to be needed.

LBZ 01-12-2018 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by TLyons90 (Post 1089809)
Depends how much you wanna cut/trim/rub. 20x10s with a -18ish offset and 33s should clear pretty decent. Anymore and the above is going to be needed.

I'd like to see what this size looks like on a levelled 15/16. Thinking of going this size on my levelled truck.

NC-smokinlmm 01-13-2018 06:18 AM

Just 4" lift it. I run a metric 34x12r22 with zero rubbing and zero trimming. It's a 65k dollar truck treat it like one...

RobsDmax 01-13-2018 07:14 AM

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Originally Posted by NC-smokinlmm (Post 1089836)
Just 4" lift it. I run a metric 34x12r22 with zero rubbing and zero trimming. It's a 65k dollar truck treat it like one...

With what offset? Hard to throw out tire size without offset.

RobsDmax 01-13-2018 07:15 AM

Friend of mine had 33/12.5/20 Mud Tires on 20x12 -44 offset. Bumper was spaced forward heavily and he did some "modifying" on the rear of the fender also to clear them. Keys cranked all the way.

NC-smokinlmm 01-13-2018 08:42 AM

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Originally Posted by RobsDmax (Post 1089839)
With what offset? Hard to throw out tire size without offset.

0 if I remember correctly...

cdbright 01-13-2018 09:53 PM

i want to lift it like all my others but i want to try to keep a half decent smooth ride as i am on the FAR west side of SLC and the roads out here are shit and i am sick of getting my teeth rattled out, the wife would not even ride in my other truck anymore.

I would love a good 4" lift but what should i go with that will ride smooth? My last 6" with FOX shocks rode like hell but it came from a dealer in CA and the original guy who lifted it never left the pavement so i was not valved right at all, we think it was a CTS or bullet proof lift but couldn't find out for sure. I traded her in before i got the chance to play with the valves in the shocks to see if i could make it better. I KING kit like the dodges run would be nice but not sure what that offers in GM?

I hate how low it is so i agree, LIFt it at least 4" , any recommendations welcome, thanks for the input gentleman !!!!!!!!!

NC-smokinlmm 01-14-2018 06:21 AM

I'm running a ready lift stage 4 with fox 2.0, rides like stock with 34's and 22's. I wouldn't have it if it drove bad, my wife actually drives it a lot now bc I have so many vehicles...:rofl:

Novak 01-15-2018 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by NC-smokinlmm (Post 1089897)
I'm running a ready lift stage 4 with fox 2.0, rides like stock with 34's and 22's. I wouldn't have it if it drove bad, my wife actually drives it a lot now bc I have so many vehicles...:rofl:



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NC-smokinlmm 01-15-2018 12:47 PM

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More like stupid....:D

The vette was my dads. He recently passed away suddenly so it's gonna be with me forever now...:o


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