35s can fit with 2.5 inch - 3 inch lift but with extreme trimming and norcal mod. so far with my experince you can do it with -12 and -38 offset wheels. but will rub like crazy while flexing and offroading.
Depending on your suspension setup example if you have tuned shocks elka fox kings etc... you probably dont even need swaybars they still corner very well just not as stiff as if swaybars are on still very predictable.
Stock 2021 yukon runs 265/65R18, 275/70/18 you'll probably have rubbing issues you'll still need atleast a 1- 2 lift spacer upfront and some sort of trimming to fit 33s also depending what offset you choose. the fuel rebels will clear brakes no problem.
yeah i did take a quick peek toyo open country 35sx12.50 18 inch methods i think on 0 offset, there seems to be a lot of trimming up front, the bumper was cut on a slight angle and some modifcations on the front rear inner fender.
Yup i was aware OP didn't want airbags but to me that was the onlyway for zero sag, to be honest it was the best budget friendly and easiest thing ive installed on my driveway.
Bought the airlift1000 kit watched a few youtube videos and went at it, saved me $200 install price at 4 wheel parts...
I am running 5100 bilsteins and moog HD springs and when i am loaded for overlanding it sags so the only way i fixed it was to install airlift1000 bags, which gave me barley any sag and it made the rear end more stable.
I was looking at extra travel for offroading and so far it seems going with Fox or kings Coilovers and shocks will increase travel then go with Spohn Delsphere pivot points Off-Road" Rear Suspension Package and pair it with dobinsons rear springs, and for even hardcore travel remove sway bars.
I have this problem for a while now on my 2013 Avalanche, changing diff fluid does help but it comes back after a while i can replicate the sounds by just realeasing the gas pedal then quickly accelerate again.
When off roading and on 4LO and crawling down a rocky hill thers times it will jerk...
I am on 2.5 / 1.5 leveling kit with bilstein 5100,
i love these km3s when aired down they went over almost every terrain except snow, will test it out when it starts snowing.
i had k02s loved them but the side wall tears easy when rock crawling, so far my truck and a gmt800 avalanche that...
Overall how do you guys like the quality of the headlights and output? I am coming from a 4 year old mini h1 6.0 retrofit on my Avalanche, it has a pretty wide beam and nice cutoff.
I just want to see if i am not downgrading my current output and would be nice to see a refreshed look.