RC leveling kit and Bora wheel spacers - Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 05:34 PM Thread Starter
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RC leveling kit and Bora wheel spacers

Hey thought I'd post some pics of my 1 inch level and wheel spacers I did today. There wasn't a lot of stuff on 1.25" spacers out there I think it looks perfect as 1.5's went a little too far out for me and 1" you needed to grind down the studs.. I'll throw a couple pics from before in too.

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Are you able to keep your front mud flaps on?
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NICE!! I'm getting my RC leveling done Friday, I have the same trim as you. Actually, getting the level, what are the wheel spacers for, are you chaning the stock knobby tires out for bigger?
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NICE!! I'm getting my RC leveling done Friday, I have the same trim as you. Actually, getting the level, what are the wheel spacers for, are you chaning the stock knobby tires out for bigger?
Sweet! The wheel spacers push the tires just barley outside the fender well to give the truck a wider track. Mine are 1.25". I'm keeping the duratrack tires as they're the stock tires that come with the z71 midnight edition. I'm not getting any rubbing on the fenders or wheel flaps.

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Almost the same setup as me except I was given a ready lift 1.25 level. I did have to grind the rear studs just a tiny bit.
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How much does the install cost for the spacers itself? I have the same setup in my All-Terrain and getting a 1.25" zone level installed tomorrow at my local shop. thanks.

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How much does the install cost for the spacers itself? I have the same setup in my All-Terrain and getting a 1.25" zone level installed tomorrow at my local shop. thanks.
I did it myself. The spacers are just as easy as installing the wheel.. not sure how much someone would charge

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I bought some Bora 1.25" spacers and haven't had a chance to install them. I thought the studs needed to be cut for them? Not so?
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I bought some Bora 1.25" spacers and haven't had a chance to install them. I thought the studs needed to be cut for them? Not so?
It depends what wheels you have. The 17" midnight edition wheels had (triangle spaces) spots for the factory studs to recess in.. they were fine

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The 2018 Canyon SLE wheels and Colorado Z71 wheels also have these recesses. I believe the ZR2 wheels do as well.

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