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Sorry for the doubles, update on figment. At first there was no rubbing, but now there is a slight rub while in reverse at 3/4 to full lock.
 
I’ve got 295/70R18 Falken Wildpeak AT3W tires on my 18-inch Trail Boss wheels. Just a tiny bit of rub on the mud flap occasionally when reversing with steering near full lock. I don’t have any lift or levelling kit, just factory Trail Boss suspension.

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What’s the total height of the tire?
 

Lots of tire info on this site
 
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have 2019 TB with no mods. Looking to put on KO2s (295/65r20s) this will be a 35.1 diameter with 11.6 width... WIll they fit no rub? will I need to do a flap fix? Just looking for thoughts or experience or both.
 
have 2019 TB with no mods. Looking to put on KO2s (295/65r20s) this will be a 35.1 diameter with 11.6 width... WIll they fit no rub? will I need to do a flap fix? Just looking for thoughts or experience or both.
You’re going to have to trim for sure. Not a big deal. Remove the bracket behind the mud flap and trim a bit off from the inside first and then work outwards until you don’t have any rubbing.
 
You’re going to have to trim for sure. Not a big deal. Remove the bracket behind the mud flap and trim a bit off from the inside first and then work outwards until you don’t have any rubbing.
Thanks man.. I would not have thought to just start with inside and work out. I have heard to remove bracket and zip tie it back for most clearance..Heard of this?
 
I got the 1.5 inch BORA spacers yesterday and installed them on the Trail Boss. The 295/70R18 Falken Wildpeaks aren’t rubbing since I already trimmed the front mud flaps and removed the fender liner brackets. It has a nice stance now and reminds me of the Colorado ZR2 that I traded in. The photos don’t really do it justice, but I like it so much that I’m not even going to bother lifting it in the future. It’s got just the right amount of lift and stance for my liking. Hope this helps.

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Do you get a lot of rock chips in your paint from the wheels sticking out?
 
Thanks man.. I would not have thought to just start with inside and work out. I have heard to remove bracket and zip tie it back for most clearance..Heard of this?

That’s exactly what I did. Here’s the instructions I used as a guide. It’s for the AT4, but the fender bracket is the same. I didn’t touch the fender liner in front of the tire, just did the fender bracket removal and mud flap trimming. On the Silverado you don’t have to drill any holes, just zip tie the hole in the fender liner (from discarded hardware) to the hole that the bracket used to be mounted to. Once you see it in person, it’ll be obvious what I’m talking about. Hope this helps.

 

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What is the brand name of your running boards and how low do they drop from the truck body?
 

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