2021 Leveling/Larger tires

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dothatagain

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How did the ride change? Planning this on our Z71, but the wife dislikes changes to ride quality. She tolerates it, but I'd like the preempt with your experience. Here is our 22 factory height with 33s.
 

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Looking at their website and their YouTube channel they have made a lot of interesting products, but almost nothing is available on their website beyond the roof rack.
Just watched a video from them earlier. They will not be doing air the suspension anymore due to all the potential issues.
 

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My current tires are okay so far. I don't like how the side lugs have been gradually fading, because now they're starting to look like street tires instead of mud tires. So instead of going with another set of 33's and the same brand for my next set, I'm going with Gladiator X-Comp 35's. It's a really aggressive looking tire, and they won't break the bank. Yes they're loud on the road and highway, but that's the nature of most mud tires. I'm also doing it to fill up the wheel wells a little more.

Below is the tire I'm getting, and below that is what I currently have.

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Brembo Brakes on4.jpg
 

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Please can u clarify once you change tires size to 35/12.5/r22 ….do u need to do any modifications on the ring and pinion gear to adjust gear ratio
 

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