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The right combination of wheels and tires are of utmost importance to your truck and can also be a source of a huge amount of weight.

You open it up, so you better be able to lay it down with a force commensurate to the power.

I've been searching around and have found there is a "budget" brake upgrade.

You would take the front calipers from a 2005 Silverado and the rears from a 2000-06 Suburban, Tahoe, Escalade, etc.

When lifting a truck for either fun or looks, the right wheel and tire package need to be matched to the correct braking system or else the brakes will fade sooner and wear out in no time.

Pads and rotors will take a beating based on the total weight exerted on them by not only the weight of the truck, but that of the wheels and tires as well.