Leveled with Stock steel wheels

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  1. John Stewart

    John Stewart Junior Member

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    Anybody got a 1500 with leveled on stock steel wheels and mud tires? I’ve got a 2010 and it’s been leveled on 35s and aftermarket 17s for a while but the 12 mpg (9.8 with a trailer) is killing me. I’ve had the truck since high school and had it on 33s with these wheels then and consistently got about 15. But I think I wanna go down to a 33 and run my stock steel wheels (my truck is an ST). Just wondering if anybody else is doing that or something similar, I’d appreciate some pics!
     
  2. John Stewart

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    I work out of it, so it is technically a farm truck but it’s also my only vehicle so it does everything else too, just not sure if I’ll like the sure enough farm truck look
     
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    My 18 is leveled/lifted 3 in the front 2 in the rear with my stock 20s and 33s average 24-25 mpg per tank but I do a ton of highway 20190708_144440.jpeg

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    mine wil be on thursday morning. level on front, no spacer on the back, for now anyway. we'll see how it looks and i'll post!
     
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    Just a 2 inch level in the front...Stock 20x9 Wheels and 275/60/20 Tires.
    (Driveway has a slight incline but you get the idea)

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    wow. my '18 has never seen anything north of 21 (computer calculated); and that's downhill with a tail wind. it is 4x4 w/ 3.55 ratio for what that's worth. Yours tuned or something?
     
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    No just a muffler delete and a vararam. But again my truck sees very few miles that aren't highway out of my 160 mi commute I'd say maybe 2miles are "city" 4-5 miles are country road @ 55 the rest is between 65-70mph open highway.

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    2.5" Ready Lift Level with uca's up front...air bags in the rear. Stock wheels with Falken AT3W 285/65/20

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    I just got a 3in leveling spacers in the front! Makes a huge difference love it

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