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post #21 of 86 (permalink) Old 05-02-2016, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Profile pics for those interested in wheel/tire fitment



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Looks awesome! Can you get another picture from the front corner from a little farther away to show the whole truck. And do the wheels actually make it out even with the fenders?
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Looks awesome! Can you get another picture from the front corner from a little farther away to show the whole truck. And do the wheels actually make it out even with the fenders?
I'll try.

But to answer your question, I think no. They are not exactly flush with the widest part of the fender. Guessing, I'd say they are just inside 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
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Got a link to the lift kit?

got a brownstone as well, looks great
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@Silverspeeder10 Crap man sorry totally forgot to get your pic.


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Got a link to the lift kit?

got a brownstone as well, looks great
It's not a "kit" perse just order the front and rear:

King Off-Road Racing Shocks for 2015 Colorado / Canyon - Wheeler's Off-Road, Inc

And a 1inch rear block kit:

2015 - Current Colorado / Canyon 1" Lift Block Kit - 78721
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post #26 of 86 (permalink) Old 05-06-2016, 12:40 AM
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Everything is looking good man. I pick mine up next week!!
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[QUOTE=lqdchkn;3549218]@Silverspeeder10 Crap man sorry totally forgot to get your pic.


Not a problem! I am really liking the way your truck looks!
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@Silverspeeder10 Crap man sorry totally forgot to get your pic.

Not a problem! I am really liking the way your truck looks!
Thanks. I got'em for ya.


Heres a dead on profile and one just off of that because the rear hides behind the front



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That bumper is pretty sweet. What'd it set you back?
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That bumper is pretty sweet. What'd it set you back?
Pretty reasonable actually, I got it locally for like $815 OTD.
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Great looking truck. Lift and wheel set up are perfect.
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Thanks! The truck is looking great!
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Looks good! What size tire? Got a side view of your wheels and tires?
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Looks good! What size tire? Got a side view of your wheels and tires?
Thanks

The pics in post#2 are the closest to a side view as Ive taken
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I sure like that brownstone color. How is it in the heat of summer, to cool off, once, you get in?
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I sure like that brownstone color. How is it in the heat of summer, to cool off, once, you get in?
Not really sure yet, just got in in Feb and we've only barely had a couple days in the 80s far. Not anticipating anything abnormal though
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Kind of torn between the Brownstone, which looks awesome, and white, which functions awesome in the heat of the desert. White looks dirty, however, almost all the time... Brown might hide dust and dirt a little better?

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White trucks are the best at not showing dust, etc...the darker the vehicle the more you'll be washing it...just sayin
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Kind of torn between the Brownstone, which looks awesome, and white, which functions awesome in the heat of the desert. White looks dirty, however, almost all the time... Brown might hide dust and dirt a little better?
If I weren't so partial to the color (this and my last vehicle were brown/tan) I would have gone white. Im not sure this hides dust any better than white honestly, my neighborhood cats have paw prints all over the thing almost constantly
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If I weren't so partial to the color (this and my last vehicle were brown/tan) I would have gone white. Im not sure this hides dust any better than white honestly, my neighborhood cats have paw prints all over the thing almost constantly
LOL, well that solves that. I have the same situation here, though the neighbors have some pretty cool cats.
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