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Just finished putting on my Rough Country 2" leveling kit on my 07 GMC Sierra. I couldn't believe how easy it was to put it on. I think it took about an hour and a half to do. Well here are some before and after pictures. I'll be putting on some Destination AT tires, same size, and getting an alignment this week. Then hopefully my aal kit comes in this week and it will be going on shortly after.

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and one of my favorite pics I took
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PLEASE do not put the same size tires on...

Go bigger, nothing rediculous, or huge, just a little bit bigger.
 

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PLEASE do not put the same size tires on...

Go bigger, nothing rediculous, or huge, just a little bit bigger.
The stock size tires, 275/55 already fill the fender wells pretty good, but I have been thinking of the 275/60 which measure an inch taller according to firestones website. I don't think there would be any rubbing problems with the taller tire, but I don't know right now.
 

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you should have plenty enough room for a bigger tire.. i was running 285-70-17's on my truck stock for a while and they are just under a 33"...
 

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go 285/55/20 maybe even 295's both should fit,

Looks awesome though, I can't wait, around june mine will be sittin level on 33's
 

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truck looks good, are your HID's for your fogs just siliconed in like the others?
 

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Looks good. I too say go bigger, go with a 285. If you go the same size, you'll probably wish you hadn't later on.
 

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