Hey guys, first thread i've made on here although i've surfed through countless pages of threads. All the information on here is a gold mine, it's really helped me figure out what I want/can do to my truck. So I got a 2016 base model 4 cylinder canyon after selling my lowered 5speed lancer, quite the change. I got the truck mainly to take my dirt bike to and from tracks/parks, so I didn't need the v6 for towing a trailer. Anyway on to the pics.
Here she is the next day after I got her, took the front air dam off that day.
Next I blacked out the GMC logos
I don't have a picture but next thing was to paint match the door handles, I ended up ordering a set from a sierra but they turned out to be the Triple white diamond color so I had to scuff them and paint them myself.
Next thing was to lift it. I did a 2.5" Autospring leveling kit, and 1.5" Zone body lift. Did them both in one weekend unfortunately I don't have any better pictures. These pictures were taken on a slanted driveway so it looks front end high. Also bought some 2" hubcentric spacers just to help the stance in the meantime.
So then I went rim shopping, as you guys know finding a 6x120 pattern wheel isn't easy. So i was browsing the interwebs and came across this site wheels for less. Got a killer deal on a set of 20x10 XD trap's in PVD finish.
So I had to test fit them while I was waiting for tires to show up, this is with the 2" spacers too.
So then I started tire shopping, was looking for lightweight AT tire and found the General Grabber at2 to be exactly what i was looking for. Got em in 305/50/20. Discount tire dropped the ball on shipping and it took almost a week but they knocked the price down because of it.
And yes they rub like crazy, this is with the 2" spacers though so this weekend i think Ill try the fit without em. I'd rather keep them on cause I like the stance but its just not practical, I can only get a quarter turn before they rub on the front bumper. You can see it's already destroying my bumper.
The blue tape is where i'm going to try and trim a notch out if I have to, but the idea of cutting into my brand new truck's fender is alarming to say the least.
And here is my other baby, she may be old but she still pulls.