Anyone running ReadyLift 3” lift with 18” wheels?

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No wonder…I was looking at the 2”. Either way it would only be a spacing issue. Not too concerned……and FWIW, RC has been wrong or misguided on nearly everything on these new SUV’s.
I totally agree. That’s exactly why I’m hoping to come across someone who has done the ready lift with 18 or 17 inch wheels. Would love real world confirmation cause it’s hard to trust what is being said.

Ultimately, I don’t want to be the Guinea pig…I’m going to let the dust settle. I don’t want to do the testing for these companies.

Haven’t you been saying @sanman28 that you were going to do the 3.5” RC lift? Why are you looking at the 2” kit?
 

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I totally agree. That’s exactly why I’m hoping to come across someone who has done the ready lift with 18 or 17 inch wheels. Would love real world confirmation cause it’s hard to trust what is being said.

Ultimately, I don’t want to be the Guinea pig…I’m going to let the dust settle. I don’t want to do the testing for these companies.

Haven’t you been saying @sanman28 that you were going to do the 3.5” RC lift? Why are you looking at the 2” kit?
Yes I’m doing the 3.5”. My expedition needed 3” to get the look and tire size I wanted….and this AT4 is no different. Who knows. I hate browsing on a phone. Either way I’m not worried. 1/4 or 1/2 spacer…no big deal. If not, I’ll go 20”…..just don’t want to.
 

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agreed, it could be done with a spacer...just dont care for info being projected that someone may misinterpret...a factory BS wheel and XX" lift may not work. most think fender clearance until they install and have other issue.

always best to full cycle suspension and turn wheels fully while measuring.
 

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I’m running a 3 inch lift but it’s a no name because I created it myself from parts I’ve shopped for on eBay. It’s been working well but at 70,000 miles my stock suspension is worn out and it’s time for an upgrade
 

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I’m running a 3 inch lift but it’s a no name because I created it myself from parts I’ve shopped for on eBay. It’s been working well but at 70,000 miles my stock suspension is worn out and it’s time for an upgrade

You have 70k miles on a ‘21+ model?!
 

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Took delivery today. Also ordered 18” method 316’s. They are 18 offset. 3.5“ ready lift and 305/65/18 toyo at III’s
 
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Took delivery today. Also ordered 18” method 316’s. They are 18 offset. 3.5“ ready lift and 305/65/18 toyo at III’s
Looking forward to seeing this! Should look amazing!
 

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Looking forward to seeing this! Should look amazing!
Thanks. Hope so. Just dont want it to look too large or redneck. I am VERY disappointed that the factory GMC Sierra AT4 18" wheels have such an undesirable offset/backspace. I was going to use those, but im not going to f*ck with 1" spacers and all that crap.
 
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