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Rayse

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@Rayse, do you think the lift raised the rear more or was the stock Denali already a half inch high in the rear?
It definitely raised the rear but raised the front more to make it closer to level. It’s probably 0.5-1.0 inch higher in the back for me.
 

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Firstly, thanks to all for posting your rides and going through all of the ins and outs of your lifts, fitments, etc. Lots of good looking vehicles on this board that led to the update of our new Yukon. Again thanks.

Secondly, to show my appreciation and to provide you all with some additional information to help those in the future, please see the pics of our completed lift and tire update. I'll post pictures of the front fender liner / tire clearance after alignment. It is close and may rub through suspension travel but nothing that I can see so far during normal commuting, bear in mine we only have put 40 miles since install/alignment

2023 Yukon SLT 4wd (coil suspension)
2" Rough Country spacer lift
285/65R20 Mickey Thompson Baja Boss ATs
Stock 20" aluminum wheels (no spacers)
Full size matching spare

Full size spare fits but can't see getting anything larger in there without deflating the tire a bit. FWIW.
 

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TTahoes

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Tire Fender Clearance after alignment:
 

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TTahoes

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Full Size Spare in stock well:
 

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olyelr

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Full Size Spare in stock well:
Nice setup!

Yea, dosnt look like you can fit any larger of a tire up under there thats for sure. Looks like the frame is clearanced out for the tire from the factory, eh? Ive never looked up under there before.
 

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Just installed a sort of Frankenstein lift on my wife’s 2021 Yukon XL. We have a 3” up front and a 2” in the rear with 275/65 20 BFG A/T and 20x9 BMF paybacks with a 0 offset. Looks so much better now!
Can you elaborate on what parts you pulled together to make the frankenstein lift work?
 

djnice

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Got my lift installed a couple weeks back, love how it turned out!

2021 Z71
2” RC Lift
BFG AT TA K02 in 285/60/20
Fuel Flame Wheels, 20” +1
@jarrod22 that turned out great. If you are still watching this thread. Is there a chance you could post some closer up photos and photo looking down the side? Thanks.
 

djnice

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2024 Z71 Suburban
6.2 w/Corsa exhaust
Midnight Blue
Air ride link swap (front to back)
20x9 Fuel Trigger wheels
35x12.5 Toyo MTs

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EDIT: Well, I think I answered my question. It seems Fuel only makes the Trigger in +1.

Not sure if @WIFFLEHOUSE is still reading this. Can anyone tell me (maybe @nick14226) what offset these rims would be?
Fuel pretty much only makes +1 or +20. I am trying to figure out what the offset looks like from different angles.
 
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