I just got finished installing my 2004 Yukon XL Denali by putting on 2" Specers on my 23" wheels with 305/40/23. It looks mean with a wider stance. with out the specers installed the tires never rubbed but when I put the 2 inch spacers Iit rubbed. The wheels are sticking out of the of my wheel fender about 1 1/2 inches. I love how this looks. This took alot of midifications to the wheel fender but I got it to work with no rubbing. I love it. The Looks draw alot of attention. People ask about the offset of the wheels but with the 2 inch spacers there is no need for offsets. The reason I bought the 23" Giavonnas rims is because I was talking with a guy from Ebay who were trying to sell these rims for $1200. I looked it up and the rims cost $1000 per rim. With persistance I kept talking with him until we met on a price. I paid $550 for all 4 wheels shipped. That was a deal of a lifetime. I also wrapped the tires in Kuhmo EXT 305/40/23'* for $775 for all four tires shipped. My luck was moreless based on persistance, I worked on the rms and tires for about 4 months before the owner cracked and sold them for a greta price. Im not sure how to post pictures so any help I would appriciate. Take Care and I hope to hear from you soon. God Bless
Once I get a phot bucket account I will get them sent. Also I just changed the oil on my baby with Mobil 1 Extended Performance 5W-30 at $9.65 quart, it cost me $90 for an oil change on my Yukon XL Denali with K&N Oil Filter and I also Changed my 2005 Bonneville GXP V8 North star which takes 8 quarts of Mobil 1 Extended life cost me $97.20 including a K&N Oil Filter. I cleaned and recharged both of my K&N air filters and they are ready to get out and turn some heads. I also installed 6 Blue Dots on both of my tail lights. Looka great. Tomorrow I tackle the interior.
Made a new part for my column shifter in my truck and now seems to shift gears ok, but hard to get out of park position. I had to drop my steering column to test fit the top and front of the dash I'm building. Then I chopped off some of the metal of the old dash.
Installed one of my fancy solid front motor mounts. I was surprised at how bad the stock NA engine destroyed the factory mount. Drives like a completely different car now, it took about an hour to wipe the smile off my face.
PS: The bottom bolt on a factory motor mount apparently requires an 18mm deep socket. I didn't have an 18mm anything anywhere... Thankfully the neighbor did and I've got a new tool on my shopping list.
Took some pictures out by lake michigan at the pier in ludington, and stopped out at Oceana Auto (Scrap Yard) to see if the buick'* in and it is, he wants me to stop by tomorrow to take a ride out there and take the panels apart. So i'll be doing that tomorrow.