Yep, I do a combined drive and my meter sits around 14.3. My heavy foot keeps the number closer to the floorboard though.I had the 4” BDS with 35s and I usually got 12 city and 16 hwy. Now I upgraded to 37s and I still get the exact same mileage although I do think I’m driving a bit more calm now lol.
That’s great! It’s kinda crazy to me how a lot of people with 33s, 35s & 37s all get about the same mpg. I feel like the gearing matters more than tire size on these trucks.Yep, I do a combined drive and my meter sits around 14.3. My heavy foot keeps the number closer to the floorboard though.
Go big or go home!
I agree! I always wanted the 6’4 bed but they’re pretty hard to come by so I reluctantly settled for a regular bed…it wasn’t til AFTER I signed the paper work that I went out to look at it again and realized it actually IS the 6’4 bed I felt like an idiot but I was super happy!CrewCab (CC) and a 6'4 Bed looks balanced on these 5th gens. Since the Cabs are nice and big. I went with the same combo for my limited
4” BDS with 35s is 83” tall. I only lifted the rear 2” instead of 3” that comes with the BDS kit when I had 35s and my truck was 82” tall at the shark fin. Here’s the proportions of 4” BDS front & 2” spacer in the rear with 35sDoesn’t look bad at all with 33’s …. I’m not a fan of stuffed wheel wells …. How much lift in the rear with the BDS kit ? And finally, ya think that shark fin would slide into an 83” garage door ?
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