Same. Icon said that they have 17's that fit with the larger calipers on our trucks. On my Xterra I had factory 17's and went down to 16's wrapped in 33" tires. More sidewall better grip offroading. I remember some teenager yelling at me that I was parked too close to the curb and that I was going to scrape my rim (curb didn't come close to the wheel) turned them up over the curb back down asked him if I touched he just stood there like he didn't understand.
I loved my Nissan Xterra! Very simple interior. And my last Silverado was a 13. Some may say that the 19 is boring or not refined enough. I disagree. It is awesome! Also looking forward to seeing your new Silverado havana metallic trail boss... I haven't seen one with that color combo yet!
I went with the crew cab standard box. I was a little worried about parking coming from a crew cab short box but with all the cameras it isn't an issue at all. My needs just pushed me to the standard box this time around. I am way more excited than I should admit about no longer having to break down my fishing poles when putting them in the back.
I have only seen 2 driving around my town. One could have been just a test drive as it was pulling into the dealership. The other was driving down the highway after I dropped mine off to have the clear bra installed. Both were trail bosses.
Shawnr487 replied to StevenStarke's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra ModsThat is awesome! This sums up about 90% of my purchases for this truck. Get an idea, look for something about it online or ask for thoughts and then just go for it. About the time I ask I have already made up my mind to buy it
I haven't had any problems with my 2019 High Country. I was debating on the 6.2 and ended up with the 5.3. I had that in my 2013 Silverado and it provided plenty of power for what I need to tow. And now with the 8 speed compared to the old 4 speed I had on the 13 it's even better. I have been very happy with my decision
I went through the holes up front that I believe are for the extra tie down points. The one that is just below drain was just a bit too small. I might try again when it warms up to see if the hoses will be a bit more flexible and if I can get them to fit. I also have to put on the foam gasket for the front and the window protector. It was 5 degrees when I did the install
Make sure you have it lined up prior to tightening the knobs up front. When tightened the lock washers really do a good job. I had tightened mine and after a little more checking the fit I decided that it needed to be just a little further back!
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