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We just finished up this 2015 Denali 2500HD. Im very pleased with how it turned out. We installed a 7.5" Rough Country lift along with 37x13.50 toyo mt on 20x10 -12 offset fuel mavericks. We relocated the bumper up 1/2" for additional tire clearance. We have zero rub after raising the bumper and pulling the inner fender front liner forward. We also choose to remove the front valence instead of cutting it.

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2015 Denali black (1 of 1) by brett_sparks7, on Flickr

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Anybody give differences in dimensions for the 2011+ to the 2015+ front wheel well dimensions. I have this exact setup already ordered except nitto trail grap m/t not toyos, for my truck 2013 denali hd. Just really wanna know how much trimming im gonna have to do in the front to tuck them 37s under that rcx 7.5" lift.
 

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Anybody give differences in dimensions for the 2011+ to the 2015+ front wheel well dimensions. I have this exact setup already ordered except nitto trail grap m/t not toyos, for my truck 2013 denali hd. Just really wanna know how much trimming im gonna have to do in the front to tuck them 37s under that rcx 7.5" lift.
I'm not sure, but if believe the 2015 has more room. I'm interested to see how much trimming you need as well.
 

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I'd like to lift the bumper on mine just to close the gap it has
 

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I'm not sure, but if believe the 2015 has more room. I'm interested to see how much trimming you need as well.
I am under same impression. And meee toooo lol
 

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how did you go about lifting the bumper? I know guys have spaced em farther out to keep the tires from rubbing but I didn't know you could raise it up?
 

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Did u have to do spacers in the rear of truck so the front wheels dont stick out farther then the rear?
 

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Does the rcx lift require any cutting/welding?
Also is it a true 7.5" lift or do you gotta crank your keys?
Any rubbing of fender on cab side or was it only slightly on bumper?
 

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Looks great. How's the ride quality with the rcx? What shocks are you running?
 

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Does the rcx lift require any cutting/welding?
Also is it a true 7.5" lift or do you gotta crank your keys?
Any rubbing of fender on cab side or was it only slightly on bumper?
Any insight for us that are curious?

Also how's it ride?
 

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It rides great. Had to cut the one side of front mount for the diff. But that's it. No rubbing issues at all. Got about 500 miles on the lift. And it will be coming off hopefully in Nov as we are going 14" solid axle conversion.
 
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