Lol 10-4. Did you run the truck stock at all before this or was it an immediate lift? Was the mileage much different before vs after?Ha Ha....considering I do most my driving in town it is at 13.7 and the truck has 6K miles on it now. When I took a trip and drove highway for 2 days it went up to 19.8.
I wasted no time I leveled and put the tires and rims on within 800 miles on the truck so I didn't really get a good feel before, but I will say I love the truck the way it is.Lol 10-4. Did you run the truck stock at all before this or was it an immediate lift? Was the mileage much different before vs after?
Love your truck Jake. I just bought a similar Rebel, maximum steel, 12a, sunroof etc. After almost 24hrs of ownership I'm ready to swap out the rims too (I'll use the rebel rims for winter duty with blizzaks). I found some rims with the near identical specs of your Pro Comps, Fuel Vapors 18x9 with a 5" backspace and +1 offset. When you installed the new rims did you notice a big difference in how far the tires protruded outward in the wheel well and 2ndly, do you now get any increase in road dirt, mud, slush etc on the side of your truck. Again, sharp Rebel Jake. Thanks for any help in advance.
Great looking truck! Would this tire/wheel setup work on a stock suspension? I have a Laramie by the way.
Any idea if a 22x10 setup would work (stock height)?Thanks for your comment. This set up will not fit without lifting the front. I have the 2.5 motofab spacer installed and removed the tiny front splash guards. I have no rubbing issues.
Did you need to get new lug nuts for the Fuel wheels or do the stock ones fit? Thanks.Here are Fuel Hardline 18"x9" +1 on a Rebel with the OEM Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac 33" tires with white letters turned in. Moves tire outboard about 1" A couple of pics are with air suspension in lowered entry/exit mode that make truck look kinda sinister. You can't drive it that low for more than a few mph as it senses speed and will raise back to normal height.