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My truck has 275-60-20 BFG KO2s on it.

Sweet looking ride man!

What's the offset and width of your wheels? Any lift/level/torsion bar crank? Any rubbing? I have a black 2500 Denli and I was looking at a similar look. It's my first 2500 and my first Denali AND only 2 weeks old so I'm still scared to touch it/mess anything up on it by modifying anything lol would def love a stock quality ride minimal addition to height (if any at all) and some aggressive looking tires/wheels.

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Sweet looking ride man!

What's the offset and width of your wheels? Any lift/level/torsion bar crank? Any rubbing? I have a black 2500 Denli and I was looking at a similar look. It's my first 2500 and my first Denali AND only 2 weeks old so I'm still scared to touch it/mess anything up on it by modifying anything lol would def love a stock quality ride minimal addition to height (if any at all) and some aggressive looking tires/wheels.

The wheels are 20x9 +20 offset. No rubbing at all. I'm actually gonna get a wider tire here pretty soon, thinking 295 55. It's just a 2" level up front, no rear blocks. Ya I love the lifted truck look but I felt the same way I didn't wanna get too crazy with my new truck and I like the smooth ride. I'm prob gonna trade up to a 2500 here soon.

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275/60/20 Duratracs

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275/60/20 Duratracs

 

I don't know how long you have had these tires on but do you have any reports on ride quality and fuel economy?

 

Thanks

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I don't know how long you have had these tires on but do you have any reports on ride quality and fuel economy?

 

Thanks

 

I have 19000 miles right now on my truck, I put them on at 6500 miles. I LOVE these tires. Ride quality is better than stock, I only say that because I put Bilstein 5100s on the truck to give me the 2" level lift. When I did that is when I put the new tires and wheels on. The bilsteins and tires are way better than the stock Rancho with ride quality and handling. I lost about 2 mpg around town but also because I lifted the truck. I can only get about 19-20 on freeway where I use to get 22 ish.

 

we had a huge snow storm this winter in oregon, We had over 8 inches of snow and these were exceptional. It went through it like nothing. I will not buy another tire after experiencing these.

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Have any of you guys had any problems with your steering wheel making a "clunking, popping or ticking" sound when turning the wheel with these bigger tires? Usually when going slow like leaving a parking spot or making a slow turn? I have 305/50/20's and my electric steering unit has been replaced once already and now I'm getting the same sounds again. Dealer said the first time they thought it was because of the "oversized tires" but went ahead and replaced it anyway. He said if it happens again, might not be able to do it. I then pointed out two lifted Sierras on the lot with 35's on them from a company that lifts and upgrades the trucks and asked him won't those tires cause that also? Of course, no answer. Just curious though to see if you guys are experiencing this too. There was a thread on here somewhere where someone posted a bulletin noting that some 2014-15 Sierras were known for having bad steering unit bearings? Can't find it though.

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I don't know how long you have had these tires on but do you have any reports on ride quality and fuel economy?

 

Thanks

I have had Duratracs before. Amazing tires and work EXTREMELY well in snow.

I also got 60k miles out of mine.

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Posted (edited)

2014 #2

LT275/65R20's on my 14' Same Tires going on my 17'

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Just curious, what size are those?

33x12.50R20LT

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Is this with a 2" in the front only?

 

 

Yep! Bilstein 5100 shocks give you 2" of lift even though it advertises only 1.8" Nothing done with back except changing to bilstein rear shocks (no lift).

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