Hey guys, Im not sure this kind of thing is allowed but, here it goes.... Im likely going to trade my truck in this week. Im pretty sad about it bc I have put a lot of $ in this truck, but my family is simply outgrowing it. Im just putting feelers out to see if anyone is interested in some of the items I can easily remove and replace w the OEM parts I have in my basement. EVERYTHING is in good working order, but this is a daily driver, so some very minor imperfections may have occurred. If you see anything you are interested in, make me an offer and I will decide if it is worth my
Thank you for the input! Thats definitely something I have thought about and one of the reasons why I wanted to reach out to see if anyone had experience with it. I have experience w lifts and levels (not on this truck), but not a spacer. Truly the only reason I was trying to figure out how to make this work is bc the guy is selling the wheels and tires for such a good price.
I have a 2014 1500 w factory 20" wheels. I tow a good bit and want to put a 10ply tire on my truck. I obviously have very limited options w stock size, so Im exploring other options. I have found a killer deal on a set of factory 2500 18" wheels w BFG K02's. Looking at a quick tire size calculator, the 2500 tire dimensions are very close to my stock size. Im assuming the offset between 1500 factory and 2500 factory wheels will be very close if not identical? Anyone with 1st hand knowledge of this? Has anyone done something similar? If so, what size/brand spacer do you recommend? Am I going to
Im in a similar debate. I have a 2" level, and stock size tires right now. Going to need new tires within the next couple of months. My truck is my DD and my tow rig for our camper. I would LOVE to jump up to a 33" or something close bc they look great. I have talked myself out of it bc it is my tow rig. The added weight of a bigger tire plus the fact that bigger tire is essentially gearing up your truck, may cause your truck to struggle a little more when towing. I voted for Stock sized BFG's. Personally I plan on going w the Nitto Ridge Grapplers. I have the 20" fac
Just like w any other make/model, you will have horror stories. And this is a good place to find them lol. Personally, I have a 14 cc LTZ fully loaded, I bought it used back in October. Haven't had the first problem with it. I have 2 small ones myself and the room it has is awesome (not as much as ford, dodge, or Toyota, but it looks better and its definitely big enough). If my wife would let me, I would put her in one tomorrow lol. That being said, deals are had every day. I knew what I wanted and what my budget was. With patience, I found my truck. Get what you want, don't settle. Or you
I have a 14 CC. According to the gas pumps around here, I have put in as much as 24-25 gallons at a time. And with my typical driving habits average about 450-500 miles per tank. Im not saying I wouldn't like to have a 30 gallon tank or more, but the "26" is plenty for needs. My last truck was a heavily modified Nissan Frontier. It only had a 21 gal tank, which would barely get 300 miles from a tank (under powered 4.0 v6). So I'm very happy w the range of the Silverado!
I have a 2014 5.3 w 6spd and 3.43, CCSB. Did a burn out when I first got the truck just to see if it would. I was very pleased w the spin I got from just having TC off. (Old truck was a lifted 4.0 frontier w 33's, it would barely spin from a stop when rds were wet.) Didn't think any more about it until I saw this thread. Just had the opportunity to try it again, so I turned everything off (stabilitrac, TC, Grade Braking), and yes, there is a difference! I didn't like these tires anyway!
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