The Pro comes standard with 275/65 R18 tires; that is a 32.1" or 815mm diameter.This
this is fact. The only difference in diameters is the wheel itself. This is true of almost all auto manufacturers. When my Tesla had a 19” or 21” wheel option, the outside tire diameter remained the same. That s that same for my Platinum Lightning vs the various other versions. My 22” wheels just have shorter sidewalls and bigger wheels, same diameter tires.
Yes 100% plug and play, even the compressor and controller are optional. You can always have a shrader valve somewhere to adjust pressures.Are these what you have on the rear, no mods, plug and play?
The front is approx 3" and the rear is closer to 6.Your black truck pictured is lowered how much?
How did you get the camber straightened out in the rear? I'm having a hell of a time getting mine acceptable.I've got belltech 25027 on the front and for the rear I've got "ride tech shockwave hq" air struts with a "wireless one" ride height control kit
I am curious is it negative or positive camber?How did you get the camber straightened out in the rear? I'm having a hell of a time getting mine acceptable.
I am having a very unfortunate situation where my truck is 1/4"-3/8" too tall to fit in the parking garage of a family member we visit often. There is a fixed in place steel min height clearance bar that literally just scrapes the top of the two rear satellite antennas. I could probably go in and out of the garage but will severely scratch and damage the two antennas in the process. There is literally no other parking in the area so we've been forced to park far away and walk 5 blocks. I'm almost ready to say goodbye to the pristine condition of the antennas and park in the garage.
I'm actually surprised just how tall the truck is. There are several other large trucks that park in the garage including an older F-150 and three Jeeps. There are even a few larger SUVs with roof racks and they fit just fine.
I noticed how high the rear is relative to the front. The rake seems excessive and it makes loading the bed a pain. There is so much room in the wheel well it's crazy. So I'd love to drop just the rear 2"-3" if at all possible. I'm also fine lowering the front 2-3" as well but figured it's easier to just focus on the rear. I would love to get the entire truck to drop 2" as it would make it much easier to get in and out of. I'm not interested in getting the "low rider" look so limiting the drop to 2" for both front and rear or 3" for the rear only is the goal.
Can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive and easy way to drop the height without voiding the truck's warranty? Thank you in advance.