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08SierraZ71
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08SierraZ71

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    1. Natyoriginal
      Natyoriginal
      I have an 08 silverado z71 4x4 and I want to put a 3" rough country suspension kit with 20x9 XD series HOSS rims. Will I be able to clear 305 50 20 tires? Are those equivalent to 35's? What type of offset/backspacing do you recommend.
    2. troutbug
      troutbug
      Thanks man! Pretty sweet ride you've got also. As far as the Hildebrandt, I was curious to see what it would look like on a Silverado. I found one pic of it on a Sierra on another forum, but that's all. I'm waiting to see how much of a tax refund I get, and I'd like to get some PIAA lights to mount up front. The Hildebrandt looked pretty simple, so I figured I could make something similar myself. I was also looking at the Setina push bumpers, but not sure if I want to go that big.
      The mini light bar is actually in the back between the tailgate and bumper. Everyone around here has the full length LED 'under tailgate' light bar, and I wanted something a little different. It's just a 3-light cluster, like you would see on a dually, that also functions as a brake light, turn signals, and reverse light. It's from Plasmaglow, but if I had to do it over again, I'd either get the one by Recon, or the OEM light from the dually. Thanks again!
    3. alphawolf
      alphawolf
      hey, sorry for the delay. yes the vinyl treatment i had on the bumpers is holding up excellent! it FAR exceeded my expectations. it is almost impossible to tell that they arent the real bumpers. only upon super critical observation can you tell. it is almost a skateboard griptape like look. the shop didnt want to do matte because scratches show up very quickly. this just looks like line x. sort of. i believe the shop has better pics on their facebook page.. the shops name is Matrix in Delmar, Delaware. not sure if i should post links on this message board or not. i havent loaded up any shots on my page yet...
    4. mfleetwood
      mfleetwood
      Thanks! So far, I'm lovin' it. I had a Readylift 2 1/4 leveling kit as well and am much happier with the Rancho. Besides improving the look, it also has much better off-road peformance....I would have made the switch much sooner if I would have known how great it was going to turn out.
    5. pharmboy2010
      pharmboy2010
      Great looking truck!....I also have a black 08 All Terrain. I'm thinking about putting a leveling kit, 20s and 33s on mine. Any tips? What made you go with the ReadyLift? Lastly, what are your wheel well measurements? Thanks.
    6. Elliott_07
      Elliott_07
      Nice lookn rig man I'm getting ready to put a leveling kit on my truck and I want to put the same tire size u have and i wanted to know if they rub anywhere at all ?
    7. TexAg95
      TexAg95
      Actually I just installed it last weekend, just before I took these pics. It is definitely louder and seems to have a better throttle response. K&N says this 63 series CAI adds 19hp. Too early to tell whether or not it has any impact on my mpg yet. I got this one off ebay from a guy named "codieracing." It was brand new and only cost $220.
    8. TexAg95
      TexAg95
      Very nice, I like them. I'll have to keep them in mind for a future upgrade.
    9. TexAg95
      TexAg95
      I like your tail lights! Where did you get them?
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    Location:
    Toronto, Canada
    Occupation:
    Student, Landscaping
    Vehicles:
    2008 GMC Sierra Z71
    2004 GMC Sierra
    1998 Chevy Cavalier Z24
    2008 Sierra Z71

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    2008 GMC Sierra Z71 All-Terrain

    BR Powersource Performance Tune
    Readylift 2.25" Leveling Kit
    Added Leaf Spring In Rear
    20" KMC XD Series Spys
    305/50/R20 Nitto Terra Grapplers
    Magnaflow Cat-Back, SI/DO Rear Exhaust
    IPCW L.E.D. Tail Lights & 3rd Brake Light
    Apexcone H.I.D. Headlights & Fogs
    Solid-Fold Tonneau Cover
    Black GMC Grille Symbol
    Line-X Bed Liner
    Weathertech Floor Mats
    Amzoil Synthetic Oil & Filter Since New
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