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Old 04-25-2019, 05:17 AM #16
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I'm on stock springs and it rides mellow.....I would go stiffer but the wife likes the ride as is.
I know what you mean. I liked how my truck rode, but the boss hated it fml
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Old 04-25-2019, 09:04 AM #17
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Got it all done over the weekend. Took me about 10 hours by myself. Posted my Before and After photos. The nose dive and body roll is completely gone. Rides like a dream!

2.5" Bilstein 5100 Front
1.5" Cornfed Rear Spacer w/ Bilstein 5100 Rear
JBA UCA STD
BFG KO2 275/70/17

Alignment After Install

Caster is at 3.9
Toe/Camber ~ 0.0
Looks great! Can you please post some hub to fender measurements? Thanks
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Have mine at 1.75" and stock rear with 275 70 17 Cooper AT3
Does this run at all? Did you have to trim?
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Just installed a set of Blistein 5100’s at 1.75” this weekend with stock rear suspension and 275/70R17 BFG KO2’s and it is perfect.
Does this rub at all? Did you need to do any trimming?
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Does this run at all? Did you have to trim?
NO trimming and NO rubbing at all.
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Front: 37"
Bilstien 5100 set at max 2.5 with stock coils
Rear: 38.25"
Bilstien 5100, with bilstien 1.5 rear coils (part# 36-281817), and OME correct rear lean trip packer 0.4 (10mm).
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Front: 37"
Bilstien 5100 set at max 2.5 with stock coils
Rear: 38.25"
Bilstien 5100, with bilstien 1.5 rear coils (part# 36-281817), and OME correct rear lean trip packer 0.4 (10mm).
What wheels & tires on it? Any rub or cutting needed with that setup? Thanks.
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What wheels & tires on it? Any rub or cutting needed with that setup? Thanks.

SCS Ray 10 17x8, BFG 265/75/17

I had rubbing but shaved the lower front bumper and moved the fender well forward slightly. It was very easy/minor to fix.
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Just for reference: First Pic. I started out on my TRD PRO without any mods and updated to 275-70-17’s. Pros sit 1” higher and have the fender liner/bumper cut done prior to sale. No issues or rubbing at full articulation. Second Pic, with 1.5/1” Cornfed spacers. Nice and level. Nose dive reduced noticeably. Third pic. Same suspension mod with 285/70-17’s. No rubbing so far at slight to moderate articulation. Have not tried out full articulation yet. Also, measure from the center of the hub to the top of the fender arch for the more accurate height dimension, which, eliminates the tire size variable. Measure the outside of the wheel and divide by 2, if you don’t have a proper way to gauge the center. Mine is 22.5” front and 23.25” rear.
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Just for reference: First Pic. I started out on my TRD PRO without any mods and updated to 275-70-17’s. Pros sit 1” higher and have the fender liner/bumper cut done prior to sale. No issues or rubbing at full articulation. Second Pic, with 1.5/1” Cornfed spacers. Nice and level. Nose dive reduced noticeably. Third pic. Same suspension mod with 285/70-17’s.
Panther, is it a noticeable performance loss when going up to 285s from 275s? And how did you like the KO2s vs Wildpeaks? I think the KO2s look better (personal preference), but folks seem to think Wildpeaks ride smoother and have less balancing issues. What was your experience? Thanks.
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Panther, is it a noticeable performance loss when going up to 285s from 275s? And how did you like the KO2s vs Wildpeaks? I think the KO2s look better (personal preference), but folks seem to think Wildpeaks ride smoother and have less balancing issues. What was your experience? Thanks.
I noticed a very small initial starting off the line difference at first, which, you quickly forget about in a couple days. I find the overall performance is very good and did not lose any mileage between the two. The ride quality is nicer/smoother with the SL 285’s as compared to the E load KO2’s. I would not go back from a 285. I personally slightly prefer the KO2 tread pattern myself also. The Wildpeaks balanced well, track smooth, no steering wheel shutter and held up well deflated to 22psi over rocks, sand, salt and silt on a 128 mile trip through the desert three weeks ago.
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Thanks. I didn't realize you could get Wildpeaks in SL load. Tire Rack doesn't list them. What do they weight in at?
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