Hey guys Im new to the forum thing, I just thought I would start a thread on my build to get input etc... Thanks in advance for the input and recommendations!
Starting with a new 2016 GMC Canyon Duramax White in color SLE Coca and dune tan interior 4 door.
Lift is Zone 5.5 with fox coil over dsc shocks front and back
moto metal wheels
toyo open country m/t tires
rhino roof rack and pioneer tray
custom made rear rack w/ CVT roof tent
Roto Pax fuel containers
High lift jack / shovel on rack
the lift is all in as of today, appointment is Wed for install.. probably wont sleep that night lol...
I'll post pics asap on all the stuff I did.. Im at work at the moment... Ill see what I can find..
these are the tires and wheels, the rack i mounted this morning,how the truck started, factory plate mount i installed, tint, vent visors, hood deflector, line x sprayed, de badged, ordered new duramax badges, put one on rear tailgate. husky floor pans, diesel roto pax in the mail.
Any plans to lift the back? AAL and/or blocks?
Seems a bit nose high.
2014 Colorado Z71 4X4 (Global) CCSB | 2.8 Duramax diesel, 6 speed auto | 285/60/18 Nitto Terra Grapplers | 1.25" OME leveling w/Nitro shocks (no spacer) | CB-773 Sport bar | MCC rocker bar, frame mounted | Custom steel front bumper w/Warn winch and LED lite bar | 1.5" coil shock spacer, total actual front lift 4", new UCAs, Diff drop, 2" block in back | Skid plates | Fender flares
its proper in the rear its lifted a little in the front until I save the money for the honey badger bumper and winch should settle down a bit with the weight.. didnt want to have to pull the coils back out to adjust them.. thanks for the compliment...
and these gmc are horrible for rubbing so far none.. but when i take it up to colorado ill see the truth on the trails and when that weight sits on it that might change it too.. if it gets to bad ill take it to a body shop and have them cut in and concave the fender reweld it and paint it for rust reasons. I didnt pay all this dough for the right gear to not get all the flex ya know... also plans for atlas 4.5 in the rear when i get the truck complete and have a extra grand to spend..
rock sliders in the mail.... see how this turns out! The e brake cable runs rights down center of the frame rail drivers side.. so i havent looked into the relocation of it or trying to weld just under, we'll see!