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Teegunn

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Added Level - much better stance for AT4X

Did the level take care of the rubbing you were having where you had to remove the mud flaps? Or did you have the level on and still have to remove the mud flaps?

Thanks. Truck looks nice BTW, like the wheels and Nitto Ridge G's are hard to beat.

EDIT: I see you answered this in another post.

I did the front level with the better UCA's on my 2020 AT4. Gonna do the same on this 2023 AT4X. Hoping the great ride quality this truck has with it's high quality shocks stays about the same as it is now stock. Rides way nicer than my 2020 AT4 ever did.
 
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TexasAT4X

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Did the level take care of the rubbing you were having where you had to remove the mud flaps? Or did you have the level on and still have to remove the mud flaps?

Thanks. Truck looks nice BTW, like the tires and Nitto Ridge G's are hard to beat.

EDIT: I see you answered this in another post.

I did the front level with the better UCA's on my 2020 AT4. Gonna do the same on this 2023 AT4X. Hoping the great ride quality this truck has with it's high quality shocks stays about the same as it is now stock. Rides way nicer than my 2020 AT4 ever did.
Yes, with level and mud flaps removed, no more running with the 285/60r20

Looking forward to the 2500 HD AT4X that should come out late 2023 as a 2024 model. Recent articles shows it comes stock with 35” rubber. Def plan to upgrade to this when available.

 

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Yes, with level and mud flaps removed, no more running with the 285/60r20

Looking forward to the 2500 HD AT4X that should come out late 2023 as a 2024 model. Recent articles shows it comes stock with 35” rubber. Def plan to upgrade to this when available.


Great, thanks for the info! I was thinking of going with 18" wheels instead of my normal 20" I put on my trucks, but really like the look of your truck with the 20" +1 offset. I usually go for a negative offset, so if I did go negative offset a bit, I would probably have to jump down a size in tires, regardless of if I did 18 or 20 inch wheels. Ridge Grapplers are great, so will probably stick with those. These stock tires are not as nice as Grapplers.

I am a contractor, and have always driven half ton trucks except for one 3/4 ton I had in the early 2000's. I probably should be driving a 3/4 ton, but 99% of the time I don't need it and prefer to stay half ton size as my truck is both a work truck and daily driver. My job trailer is probably 7,000 lbs, and I sold my skid steer so don't pull a heavier load around too much anymore. Even when I did, I never had much issue with a half ton doing the job. But a 2500 AT4X sounds really nice... and tempting. Thanks for the link!
 

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Here’s for some of you Blue AT4 owners!
Readylift leveling kit.
UnderCover Flex tonneau cover.
4Knine seat protectors for dogs.
Ceramic tint front windows plus windshield.
Powder Coated Black Gloss factory 18” Wheels changed from the factory color.
Emblems -delete chrome to black and red with small front emblem color match the blue.
Front grill simple fix changed the top section to black to stagger the black and (grey or whatever color that is on them). I like this grill change in the color scheme more than any other change.
 

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chasec5308

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2021 AT4 1500 with the 6.2 Liter V8. I’ve only had it two months. I love this truck. It’s got all of the options on it.

Tinted Windows (5% on back windows, sunroof, windshield strip, 35% on front doors)

Debaged

Custom 0fx2gv fender emblems

RollNLock A-series bed cover

Factory high clearance steps. Going to replace those with amp power steps.

More mods to come in the future for sure.

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Man I love those fender emblems..where did you get them? I need some for mine!
 

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2022 AT4x. Did not wanna mess with the ride, so flipped block on back axle. Lowered back to make level and fill back wheel well. Still got the factory x ride👍👍. Watching on here for which tire upgrade is to soon happen View attachment 1809
Looks Great! I was going to do the same to my 23. Did the ride change much since it’s close to the factory bump stops? Any harsher? Great looking truck. Thanks
 

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Looks Great! I was going to do the same to my 23. Did the ride change much since it’s close to the factory bump stops? Any harsher? Great looking truck. Thanks
Thanks! No change in ride at all, same great ride. Have not hit bump stops at all, even pulling tandom axle trailer with side by side on it.
 
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