If you don’t want to do all that work look into a set of aftermarket upper control arms. Even with the bolts out since you have aftermarket keys you’ll still be higher than stock. I know because my truck has them and is the same way. You’ll need factory keys to get flat steering and CV geometry. On my old truck I had slight pressure on my keys for flat angles and 3” shackles and it was perfectly level. As far as wheel and tire size, with 18s you can go from 9-12”. What you can fit depends on how much you like the sawzall. I ran 22x12 -44 with 305/40 lowered and didn’t rub but I cut a lot. If you keep your wheels close to 0 offset and tires around 32” you’ll be fine.Hey everyone I’m new to the forum, and need some advice. I have a 2005 LLY 4x4. I have it currently with the rough country torsion lifts keys, sitting on 305/70R17’s. I am tired off the horrible leveled ride quality. I’m looking into the Belltech 3in drop shackles and backing off the keys to match the front. I also would like to run an 18in wheel, don’t really wanna move up to the 20in. I just need help picking a tire size that will look good with the truck lowered and not rub like crazy, and what offset/ width of rim to run.
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