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Old 03-07-2012, 05:53 PM   #1
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Need a quick measurement, please.

I need the distance from the top of the inside of the receiver to ground on a 2011 or newer Silverado 2500 for some hitch height calculations and stinger ordering info.

Does anyone out there have the spec or can run out and measure theirs?

Much appreciated!
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Old 03-07-2012, 10:24 PM   #2
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I think a little more info is required. Is it 4 wheel drive? What size tires? For example.
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I have a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 4x4 crew cab long bed. I just went out back and measured from the top of the receiver opening (with the 2" adapter sleeve in place) to the ground which is a concrete driveway. The distance on mine is exactly 19". Please note that my truck is equipped with rear air bags.

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I think a little more info is required. Is it 4 wheel drive? What size tires? For example.
OOPs, 4WD. I haven't bought yet, so wheel size is supposed right now, but I believe I'll be getting the 18" wheels. Tires, I think are LT245 75R18? They might be wider than that, I just can't remember. At best this is going to be a swag.
I came across a deal on a HAHA that I just couldn't pass up. So I am trying to get some dimensions for stinger purchase(s). I use miltiple TVs.
I can hardly believe you are limited to 2" increments with a HAHA.

I KNOW, PP has an adjustible stinger......like I said this was a deal, especially for the history and condition.
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