I do not think they would clear. Mine scrub when turning left and scrub pretty bad in reverse in either direction at 1/2 to 3/4 lock. Not to mention and undulation and turning. I’m having the 4” Fabtech lift installed this week to help. I still heard it scrubs when it flexes with this kit. We’ll see. Love the tire but it’s almost a 35” tire. Good luck to you Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
No exhaust will void any warranty except for the part it replaces. Also, they have to PROVE that exhaust caused a failure which it would'nt anyway. Youll be fine with any exhaust. I know their touring would be the closest to the GM performance. Congrats on your purchase and welcome!
Denali34 replied to Blackpearl#1's topic in 2014-2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI am currently running 285/55R22 Nitto Terra Grappler G2 tires. I found them much smoother than the OE Bridgestone's. They are stiffer being 10ply but I prefer that. They also come with a 55k warranty which is important to me as I drive 100 miles a day for work. I am very pleased with them. They were very reasonable too! I got the set for less than $1900 out the door with road hazard!!
While I wait on my supercharger kit from Magnuson (10-12 weeks!!) I want to do more things to my truck. Anybody here running a Fabtech 4" lift kit for Magneride? Im looking at this kit K1092 https://fabtechmotorsports.com/product/4-uniball-uca-system-w-magneride-k1092/ I am wanting a little more than my 2.5" level but dont want a 6" kit if I can help it. I want the best kit and understand BDS is it but it only comes in a 6" and dont really want that with my setup. I am running 285/55R22 tires on stock rims and will need spacers to run that kit. Thanks for the input.
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I would not do a rough country lift. They are the cheapest lift made. Look into BDS. They make a nice kit for magneride equipped trucks. Fabtech also makes a 4” lift that includes the upper control arms for around $900 bucks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I have the 22” on my Denali and never worry about potholes. I hit a few and you can feel it. The magneride helps but still can feel it. I just installed the 285/55R22 10ply and they help soak up the bumps and give confidence. I say get the 22” and never look back. You’ll be fine. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Most of yall would really miss out on the features of a Jeep then. My wife's Grand Cherokee Summit has about 2 times the features that my Denali has not including the best 8 speed out there. I bet my truck would gain half a second 0-60 if it had her transmission. I drove her 4 year old Jeep today and had buyers remorse with my brand new truck. Oh well I digress. Lesson learned for next purchase if I could get only get over how ugly the 2019 Rams are.
Looks like I am not running it low on fuel at all! It still has 4 gallons which is plenty to "lube and cool" the fuel pump. What mileage is considered premature for the fuel pump to go out? What manufacturer recommended mileage did you use? Delphi? Bosch? AC Delco? When I was a technician for GM they never gave me a guaranteed mileage for any part. Its only under warranty for 36k then its on you. If it fails Ill buy another. Thank you for helping me with my original post...
I have a 2018 Denali with the digital gas gauge. I noticed when the fuel gets low and light comes on the distance till empty reads 40 miles before just saying "LOW". Every time I fill it up I am only able to get 22 gallons into the 26 gallon tank. I know GM doesn't want you to run out of gas but 4 gallons seems overkill. Anyone else run into this? Makes me wonder if it being digital makes it read off.
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