We are selling items from our 2 2014 Silverado z71's that are take offs from our stock trucks.
We are selling the stock wheel/tire setups, the skid plates, spare tires, floor mats and shocks.
First up Tire info:
Brand new take-offs (~2k miles on them) from 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 truck.
6-lug 18" aluminum wheels with Goodyear Wrangler P265/65R18 raised white letter tires.
Like NEW condition!
Will fit any full size Chevy or GMC 6-lug vehicle (Silverado, Sierra, Avalanche, Yukon, Tahoe, Suburban, Escalade, etc.).
$950.00 per complete set of (4) - 2 sets for sale.
These are like-new front & rear Rancho shocks pulled from a 2014 Chevy Silverado Z71 1500 pickup (had the offroad package).
They were pulled around 2k miles when a lift kit was installed on the truck.
$100.00 for the complete set. 2 Complete sets available.
Front plastic skid plate from a 2014 Chevy Silverado Z71 1500 Pickup.
$40.00 - 2 of these
Brand new, never used, GM 6-Lug steel wheel with tire.
Goodyear Wrangler HP tire on steel wheel, P265/70R17
I have a set of (2), both new, never used.
$175.00/each or $325.00 for the pair
Pulled from a 2014 Chevy Silverado when new.
$50.00 for the complete set of (4) - 2 complete sets available.
So I'm doing some work on the wife's Jeep, changing oil, air filter, fluid top offs and since she was saying the Tire Pressure idiot light was on, I checked her tires. As I do I figured I'd check mine too. Well wouldn't you know it, my spare tire was low...oh wait it's completely FLAT.
Now wait, I check my tires around once a month.... so I starting looking around and found a huge cut/gash in the side wall of the tire. If that wasn't enough the cut went through the sidewall. It looked like 3 sides of a 4 sided square "something" went through the rubber. In it's short left, this tire had a total of MAYBE 10 miles on it. Only ever had one flat that was repaired same day. Tread was brand new and now I've got to replace it? Ugh! Well $40 later, I got a used tire to slap on the truck in case of need.
Good News and Lessons Learned:
My daughter now knows how to get the spare down out of my truck. The tire carrier wasn't bound up so I didn't need to be further "aggravated" at the situation. I think I've found the "clunk" my truck developed over the last month that was starting to drive me nuts. Obviously with no air in the tire, it was allowed to move around just enough to make some noise...hope it was, no "clunking" yet.
Check your tires often, to include the spare. If you have a unexplainable noise in your truck, don't discount what it "couldn't possible be" without verification.
Thanks for letting me vent!
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