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2016 GMC Sierra 1500
Hostile Sprocket 22x12 -44
Nitto Trail Grappler 325/50
Fabtech Suspension Lift 6"

1 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 5
1 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 512 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 513 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 514 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 515 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 52 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 53 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 54 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 58 2016 Sierra 1500 Gmc Suspension Lift 8 Hostile Sprocket Machined Accents Super Aggressive 3 5

jflev3's 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD
Hostile Sprocket 22x12 -44

Wheels
Hostile Sprocket - Machined Black
Front: 22x12
Offset: -44
Backspacing: 4.8
Stance: Super Aggressive 3"-5"
Rear: 22x12
Offset: -44
Backspacing: 4.8
Stance: Super Aggressive 3"-5"
Tires
Nitto Trail Grappler
325/50
34.8"x12.8"
325/50
34.8"x12.8"
Details

Suspension: Suspension Lift 6"

Suspension Details: Fabtech 8” lift

Suspension Brand: Fabtech

Rubbing: No rubbing or scrubbing

Trimming: No trimming

Front Wheel Spacers: None

Rear Wheel Spacers: 1.5" See Pricing

Details: - Custom audio system
- Amp Research Powersteps
- Colormatched emblems
- Led Lighting
- Colormatched Bumpers

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Do 22x12 -44 wheels with 325/50 tires fit on a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Fabtech Suspension Lift 6"?

Yes it does! This 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD is running Hostile Sprocket 22x12 -44 wheels Nitto Trail Grappler 325/50 tires with Fabtech Suspension Lift 6" suspension, needs No trimming and has No rubbing or scrubbing. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this year/make/model, the stance is Super Aggressive 3"-5". Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running None in front and 1.5" in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!

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  1. Hey I was just curious what your truck measures from the o star antenna to the ground.

  2. Where did you get the colour matching GMC emblems?

  3. Is it a short box or standard box could you email a side picture?

  4. What color is the truck? I know its white gmc has 2 different shades which one?

  5. With all 6-8″ kit do you need a wheel spacer to make it look even with the front?

  6. Did you upgrade the shocks or just go with the stock kit? Just wondering considering doing the exact same set up.

  7. Hey man the truck is bad ass did you regear. If not how bad is the power loss

    • No man I didn’t regear. IMO power loss was not that significant. I get 14.1 mpg on the highway still with my setup

  8. Thanks Justin . I just got off the phone with Fabtech who BTW has a great crew, knowledgeable and very helpful. Anyway I read them your message and they said your definitely running the Gen 1 K100 which has the strut extensions and both they and I have heard you get 7.5-8″ all day long. The Gen 2 K1100 gives you 7″ and has the upper strut spacers. I’m following your lead, going with the Gen 1 to get close to 8″ and I’ll skip the aggravation on trying to kit 37’s and go with 35’s. Wheel spacers are cheap enough I’ll grab a set. Haven’t been able to find the lift for under $1,700, any recommendations? Again, many thanks Justin.

    • You won’t find it for cheap. It’s a quality lift that is worth every penny! Cheap stuff is expensive to fix, always remember that.

    • Do you have Instagram? If so, follow me. My Instagram is @jflev3 and then shoot me a DM and we can talk there

      • Justin I tried finding u on Instagram but couldn’t would like to ask u some questions about the truck

        • Hey man,

          I deleted my Instagram, so I’m sorry about that! You can go ahead and ask away here

          • Ok first off beautiful truck I love it and I’m looking into buying a 1500 like this but doing my own thing with it just wondering about really the truck what trim model what tranny what gears and all that motor etc.

        • The truck is a fully loaded SLT with every option available. It’s essentially a Denali just without the label of a Denali, lol. It’s a 5.3L.

  9. Hey – Very nice truck. Hoping you might be able to help a brother out and answer a few questions for me. Ive got a 16 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali also in white. I’m looking at the same Hostile Sprockets in 22×12 and same Nitto Trails 325/50/22 and I’m also looking at a Fabtechs lift, there Gen 1 lift part # K1099 which is listed as a 6″ lift but I’m told it actually measures out at 7.5″. Is this what you went with? Also do you think you could have fit 37’s? Lastly 1.5″ rear spacers really make a noticeable difference? Thanks for your time it’s much appreciated.

    • Hey man! I went with the Fabtech lift that uses the strut extensions not the upper strut spacer! The one with the extensions nets you just under 8″! And no, the setup I run now does not run at all with zero trimming, but it barely fits. 37s will rub a lot and you’ll have to trim and cut! And yes, I would run the spacers in the rear to even out – it’s a noticeable difference once the wheels and tires are on without the rear spacer!

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