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I currently have 4 possible setups in mind for my 1999 Silverado Z71 (new body) It is currently stock and currently ruuning 33 inch cooper discover ATP but when I purchase new wheels and tires I will also be purchasing Rough Country's 2.5-inch leveling kit. I need opinion on which set ups may look the best and require the least amount of trimming.

1. Rims- Mickey Thompson Baja Classics 16x8 -22 offset $580
Tires- Nitto Mud Grappler 305/70/16 $1,231.76
Lift+instaltion $450
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$2,262

2. Rims- Mickey Thompson Baja Classics 16x8 -22 offset $580
Tires- Cooper Discover MTP 305/70/16 $941.65
Lift+labor $450
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$1,972

3. Rims- Stock 16x7 +32 offset (i think) $0
Tires- Cooper Discover MTP 285/75/16 $968.37
Lift+Labor $450
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$1,419

Im pretty sure this next one requires alot of trimming but i know itd look really good and if needed and if finacially possible id consider getting a small body lift

4. Rims- Micky Thompson Baja Classics 15x10 -45 offset $520
Tires- Cooper Discover MTP 33x12.5/15 $941.65
Lift+Labor $450
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$1,912
 

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Exactly what he said^^ You're fitting most of those... If you want big, just wait, save, and lift.
 

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ferraiolo1 said:
All but the +32 will require a good bit of trimming

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Im already running a 33 inch all terrain on those +32 rims, so im not concerned at all about height but its the width and offset im concerned for, think itd be okay if i got the mickey thompsons with 0 offset
 

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I think zero would rub a bit at full lock, and possibly more when the truck is actually driven on something that isn't a flat road. But it wouldn't that bad, and a min-NorCal mod may clear it up. Being an NBS gives you more room than newer trucks, so you have that going for you.

FWIW, I have a 2006 NBS, and I run 285/70/17 on a 17x9 wheel at -10, and have no rubbing, even at full lock and use..but it very close..
 
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