The Static NNBS Thread(07 up)

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by numatk_07, Dec 4, 2009.

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  1. Wreks210

    Wreks210 New Member

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    Went from a 3/ 5 , to a 5/7.5-8 inch same tires 275/55/20 nittos
    Thinking of getting a slightly smaller tire I'm not sure yet, what do you guys think?
    My gfs truck btw

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  2. Pearl2012

    Pearl2012 Not low enough

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    Looks good. I'd rock a 275/45/20
     
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    Mcgaughy's 5/7, gonna bring the rear up a half inch cuz I like a little rake.[​IMG]
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  4. HighLifeLowLife07

    HighLifeLowLife07 GMFS Member

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    Love it man. I haven't really seen the newer trucks lowered. Love that it's white. What wheels you plan on going with? Sticking with the chrome and white or you paint Matching and blacking out.
     
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    Thanks man, gonna keep the chrome and white look. Thinking about some 22" gmc reps but not sure yet. I have always liked the stock 17" wheel and slammed look, not sure why but I love it.
     
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    Hey guys i need help iv got a 4/6 drop on my 09 gmc sierra.. im getting 24 's soon im having trouble deciding which tire size to get... im between 295/30.. and 275/30..
     
  8. Pearl2012

    Pearl2012 Not low enough

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    295/30



    unless you plan on going lower sooner then later
     
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    I plan on staying at 4/6
     
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    Oh me gusta a lot of these trucks!
     
  11. THK16

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    Does anyone have a 5/7 drop with 305/35/24?
     
  12. Pearl2012

    Pearl2012 Not low enough

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    very doubtful
     
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    ///Laid GP GMFS Member

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    I finally pulled the trigger and got the Belltech adjustable kit. Hopefully will get that put on in a few weeks before it gets too cold.
     
  14. Wreks210

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    New tires 285/50/20
    Went from a 275/55 but they rubbed too much for us .

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  15. DoMDrty

    DoMDrty Verbal Assault Specialist

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    I had 285/35/24 Pirelli on a 4/7 drop. The rear tires rubbed the top of the wheel wells without air in my assist bags, and the front tires barely rubbed at full lock both ways on the liner stock sway bar. The wheels were 24x10 +50mm.


    You would need to tub it and probably need three piece/billet wheels get the correct offset to run those tires.
     
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    mmalcolm24 GMFS Member

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    Looking through here makes me miss my crew cab
     
  17. Pradonickie

    Pradonickie GMFS Member

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    I'm new to the truck scene so I don't know much. I got my truck from a dealership and they never specified whether or not the truck already has lowered suspension. My question is, is it already lowered? It's been previously owned as well. I plan on taking it to a shop and getting it lowered, but I just can't tell if it already is or not. Help ya boi out! Much appreciated.

    I also plan on going 4/7 but I'm running 24's on 305/35/24. Should I change my tires out? I'll be going lower in the future.

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  18. Pearl2012

    Pearl2012 Not low enough

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    Looks to be around the 3/6 area @Pradonickie

    If going to a 4/7 and staying I'd switch out to a 295/30/24, but if you plan on going lower like you said might as well go 275/30/24. Just my opinion
     
  19. Pradonickie

    Pradonickie GMFS Member

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    Oh so it is lowered , haha I knew it. So when it comes down to it, I won't even be paying for the full 4/7 drop?
    And yeah alright, I'll end up switching my tires out. Thanks for that!
     
  20. Phildirt

    Phildirt n. fil-dert.

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    Looked better with chrome wheels...
     
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