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  1. Out of those two I’d go with the nitto but you might want to check out the Yokohama geolander AT best tire I’ve run but their not talked about much. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Price is high I paid 32K for a 2017 Z71 with 3,000 miles LT Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I was thinking of using black vinyl like most folks use for the Chevy emblem. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. How do you guys with the foam cannon get all the dirt/mud/bugs off? I've got a foam cannon and pressure washer but it seems like I have to go back over it with a wash mitt to get everything off. I use chemical guys soap and than use Wash Wax All which I'm very happy with. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I'd do the wheel skins. I think I might go this route myself after I level and get new tires. Let us know how you like them if you go that route. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. As previously stated the SRA is great for most folks performance wise but most don't like the looks. What gets me is if I wanted a mostly on pavement and sometimes off road truck then I would have simply gotten a 4x4. But getting the "z71 off-road package" that comes with tires that can't even get me to the hunting camp or through a wet muddy construction site? Doesn't make sense to me. How much are y'all getting trading in the SRA's? Also no extra charge for my SRA tires. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I'm a chevy guy. My first truck was an 03 z71 that I put 250k on before picking up my 17 z71. Beat the hell out of that truck and it kept on hauling. So it pains me to say the Toyota guys should be the only guys talking down on other brands about reliability. Hands down most reliable trucks. I'd put my Silverado on the same level as dodge/ford plenty of buddies with em and I work around a lot of construction sites with fleet vehicles. We'll see how she does, only have 10k on her so far. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. It still has buttons on the sides of the touch screen. I always laugh at the which truck is better discussions. At the end of the day it's personal preference. That new ram is slick. I think my old mans gunna pull the trigger. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Can those of y'all with black mustaches (chrome lower piece where the license plate is on the grille) on your truck post some pics and describe which method you used ie plasti-dip or vinyl etc. thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Daily driver going out to various construction sites & ports anywhere from 30 miles away to 800 miles away. Need 4wd for some of the job sites. Tows the boat and trailer with hunting rig / gear a ton. Doubt I'll ever get close to using the max towing capacity. But who knows I'd like to get a camper for the deer camp. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 2017 owner with 5k on the clock got it with 3k. Just noticed the noise recently. Can barley hear it but now I look for it. And have to have everything quit in the cab to hear it. The previous post about the exhaust being re-seated makes sense. But I'm coming from a lifted and straight piped 03 z71 so anythings quiet to me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I think y'all are forgetting probably the most important thing in a truck RELIABILITY! And this is coming from a GM guy with a 03 z71 1500 with 240,000 miles on her and getting ready to trade her in on a new one since it's falling apart. Toyota hasn't changed the motor because theirs no reason too. Very reliable and powerful. I've been seeing this tundras taking over the construction fleets at work. But yes kinda ugly I'll be getting another Silverado but the tundras a work horse and probably the most reliable truck in the market. Just look at car complaints and other similar websites. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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