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stateline

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Hey all, just joined up here. Recently bought my 2nd Ecodiesel, 2015 Laramie. I'll be asking about GDE tuning. Thanks!!White 2015 Eco diesel Laraime.jpg
 

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Welcome, great looking EcoDiesel!

What's the specs on the lift/wheels/tires?
Thanks!! It's a 4" Rough country lift, Wheels are 20"x12" Fuels with 305/55 Toyos. I'd kinda like to go with a little narrower/less offset wheel. I'm not real big on them being outside the flares.
 

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Thanks!! It's a 4" Rough country lift, Wheels are 20"x12" Fuels with 305/55 Toyos. I'd kinda like to go with a little narrower/less offset wheel. I'm not real big on them being outside the flares.

How does it ride? I had a Rancho lift on a Duramax I had back in the day, after a while it got to riding rough.
 

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How does it ride? I had a Rancho lift on a Duramax I had back in the day, after a while it got to riding rough.
Rides really good, it uses all the stock springs, just spacers in the rear, spacers and control arms/diff lowering brackets in front. Rear shocks were bad when I bought it, so I replaced them with Ranchos
 

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Thanks!! It's a 4" Rough country lift, Wheels are 20"x12" Fuels with 305/55 Toyos. I'd kinda like to go with a little narrower/less offset wheel. I'm not real big on them being outside the flares.
I'm with you on the offset being too much, it's a nice truck but definitely not my preference.

What MPG figures do you see with the wide tires and lift?
 

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