Thanks for the info. There actually is a 3 inch spacer for the front but it'll probably kill the ride quality. I did talk to procomp. The spacers cannot be bought separate but the preload spacer is 1.5 inches of lift and their top hat spacer is 1 inch. I already have a zone 1.25 and would use that.
Looks like I may go with eibachs or a 2 inch spacer and then one of the body lifts. Hopefully my 265s don't look small. They almost look small on my small level kit now... I think some wheel spacers would solve that though.
As far as install, I'm planning on doing it myself. I'll have a buddy give a hand if I need it or maybe open the invitation to some forum members.
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No problem. Thanks for the correction. I can say with only just over 1500 miles on my truck. My eibachs are already more comfortable than the stock. My stocks were just a tad bit more broken in, and Ive only been on the eibachs for only 200 miles or so (not sure how long it takes to break them in) but going over bumps, gutters, potholes seems to be soaked up a little more. 265s will look just fine, but my offset and BS made my tires perfect in line with the fenders, maybe an inch out. 285s and youll have to cut off that small sliver of plastic that the bottom Torx screws screw into on the bottom of the fender liner (reference post #12) on the following link.
2.5" lift with bigger tires rubbing
Yea, thatd be best. @goleee33
offered to help me out at his pops but our days off don't exactly line up :/
2017 Summit White Colorado Z71
CC, 4X4, V6, SB
Zone Offroad 1.5" BL
Icon Swaybar Reloc.
Autosprings Diff. Drop
Fuel Vectors 17" (custom painted matte gray)
Falken Wildpeak A/T3W 265/70/17 E-load
Blackoak 30" curved LED
RC mounting brackets
Rigid Industries Security Hardware Kit
Powdercoated Tow hooks
Illuminated Front Emblem // Black Rear Emblem
Tyger Armor Star Armor Side Step/Nerf Bars
Amerex B417 Fire Extinguisher