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  1. Fabian
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    When are you going to confirm fitment for the 2018 GMC 3500 I ton diesels

  2. Dave
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    Hi i have 4 inch BDS lift on my 2017 Chev 1500. . I currently running 295x65x18. If i go to a 20 inch wheel , how big of a tire can i go with. And should my rim be 5.75 bach space or should i be using 5 inch back spacing. Didnt know if i could fit 34 or 35 inch tires

  3. Russ Finlay
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    I have a 2017 GMC 4×4 with your 4″ BDS suspension lift. I’m running BFG 305x55x20 tires on my stock wheels with a 1/4″ spacer in the front, withno rubbing at all. Three questions; what is the front track width increase over stock? Do I need the spacer? If I wanted to change to new 20″ wheel, and not have the tires extend out beyond 1″‘ what wheel size (offset and back spacing) do I need?

  4. Russ
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    Thank you for the clarification. Based on the additional 1-5/8″ distance on the front, do I need the 1/4″ spacer for my stock 20″ wheel?

  5. Dave Stanley
    Dave Stanley at | | Reply

    I have a 2017 GMC 1500 Denali with Magride do these kits fit my Truck?

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