I just posted pics of my CV's. To be honest with you, I didn't ask my installer if they are cranked ..I don't beleive so. I did not crank myself. I am runninig LT325/60R20(35") Nitto Terra grapplersDuramaxdoc, Do You Have Your T Bars Cranked? I Also Have A 6" Rcd And My Cv Angle Is Pretty Good. Ill Take Some Pics And Post Them.
THAT IS WHAT I AM PLANNING ON DOING. IM GOING TO SEE IF I COULD LOWER THE T BARS TO GET THE CV'S STRAIGHT AND RUN 33'S. PROBABLY GOING TO HAVE TO MAKE MY OWN REAR BLOCK TO LEVEL IT THOUGH.I have had both Rancho and Fabtech kits on my trucks. They are virtually identical to the RCD. They are "6"" kits because they drop all the crossmembers down six inches. However they are not "true" 6" kits because they only drop the front differential 4.5." If they dropped the diff a full 6" there would be no issues with the cv axles. If I were to do it again, I would either get an RCD and run it with no t-bar crank (flat cv's) and run a slightly smaller tire (like a 295 or 305)
YOU ARE CORRECT. I WOULD LIKE TO GO WITH 18'S WITH 33'S AND HAVE THE SAME AMOUNT OF SIDEWALL I HAVE NOW. IF ANYONE HAS THIS COMBO AND WANTS TO GO BIGGER I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN A TRADE.dirtydury if you go 33's i think you might want to get smaller rims because i think that big of a rim and 33's will look funny and you will not have any sidewall at all
8 inch wide rims they look funny if you going to lif your truck get some 10 inch wide tires it look a lot better and you can fun some nice wide tires on themOn the knuckle style lift kits (RCD, Rancho, Fabtech etc...) I would definately run an 8" wide wheel. Otherwise there would be alot of wheel and tire outside of the fender. Lots of rock chips. How do I know? I used 10" wide wheels with my 1st lift (Rancho).:badidea: