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  1. crreed67
    08-14-2012 07:14 PM - permalink
    crreed67
    Thanks! I did the search before and yours was the one that really stood out to me so I figured I'd give you a shout. Thanks for the info. Looks like I'll be going with this size.
  2. DWSmoot
    08-14-2012 06:49 PM - permalink
    DWSmoot
    Thanks man! The increase of 1" prior to the lift was not noticeable really. With the level it is much different...I actually use the step bar half the time now. I got about 1 3/4" lift on the front and maintatined between 1/4" rake, which was exactly what I wanted...I really did not notice any rubbing before the level, but again really didn't try to make it rub because I knew I was going to level just for the looks.

    Just type in 275/65/20 into the search area and you should find info...I did a ton of this before I decided...
  3. crreed67
    08-14-2012 06:38 PM - permalink
    crreed67
    Great looking truck. I'm wanting to go with a 275/65/20 also but with no leveling......I don't think. My question is how much higher and noticeable is the step up into the cab from stock with this size tire and did the 1" boost raise it that much noticeably? I'm happy with the height and am really just looking to fill up the fender well and yours looks perfect. And I believe you said there was no rubbing before the leveling.........did that include over bumps and backing up? Oh yeah, I'm running stock machined aluminum 20" wheels.
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