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For those curious ones out there. This is what the 2017 Chevy ZR2 Diesel with 1.25” spacers on the front and Michelin Defender LTX M/S white raised letters look like. Original tire size was 265/65R17 of course. These are 265/70R17 I think it looks pretty sharp myself. Reason behind this if anyone is interested, my driving is 99.9% highway so needed a good wet traction tire as well as a good summer tire down here in Florida



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Nice!
The Warlords look bangin with RWOL tires. What lift specs?
Totally agree with tire reasoning.
 

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Looks good! I didn't think you could do a leveling kit on the ZR2.

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A lot of ZR owners are using the RC921 spacer above the strut, this does not change the shock shaft position. There is a thread here about it, you should change out the bump stop also. The RC921 is a 5/8th inch thick spacer that raises the front 1.5 inches +/-.
 
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Nice!
The Warlords look bangin with RWOL tires. What lift specs?
Totally agree with tire reasoning.


This is what I have installed Amazon.com: Belltech 4924 Bump Stop Kit: Automotive
Amazon.com: Belltech 4924 Bump Stop Kit:

1.25'' Front Leveling Kit - GM Colorado / Canyon / ZR2 2014-2018



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