Bilsteins set at 2.8: Post your pictures!

fullsendchris

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I have a pair of Bilstein 5100s I am about to install on my 2018 Bighorn, thinking about setting them at the max level and nothing done in the rear. Has anybody done this and do you have a picture of how it looks? Thanks.
 
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fullsendchris

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Thank you. It’s 20x9 -0 offset Cali Off-road wheels with 35x12.50r20 Open Country Toyo R/T.


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Was there no rubbing with just the front set at 2.8 and nothing else?
 

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Was there no rubbing with just the front set at 2.8 and nothing else?

Correct no rubbing. From what many techs told me, RAM is one of the most forgiving when it comes to wheel size/offset and tires.
 

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This is my 2010 1500 big horn 4x4.
I’ve got the bilsteins maxed out and it sits pretty much perfectly level and still rides just as good if not better than factory. I put the 35x12.5 tires on the Laramie stocks I have and it rubbed the upper control arm so I’m running 2” spacers. Now it only slightly rubs the inner liner when I make sharp turns

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