I have had both Nitto T.G. and BFG KO2. Nitto is way better. I usually get 40-50k on Nitto and my last BFG got 25-30k. If you have 20s and ride the highway a lot I would try Nitto Dura Grappler. I would get them if they had 33s for 22s. My uncle has a 2500hd diesel and gets about 80-100k on each set.
Has anyone went from a K2 5.3 to the 2.8 diesel? Whats the towing difference? I have a 6.2 now but thinking about the 2.8 diesel. The only thing I tow is a John Deere Gator (XUV) and a 20ft center console aluminum boat. I drive about 60 miles a day to work and back.
GM 22775458 Body Side Molding I didn't take the picture. Someone posted those picture on the 2019 Chevrolet/GMC Facebook page. He said it was the side molding for a 2014-2018 model. I tried sending him a message a few days ago but he hasn't responded.
drucker replied to Rhino19's topic in 2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI traded my 2014 LTZ 5.3 for a 2019 HC 6.2. I did all the research in the world on the 2019. I test drove the same truck before the one I ordered came in. My radio, Nav, cameras, and seats are a lot better in my 2019 than 2014. The heated seats in my 2014 were terrible. I could turn my heated seat on and drive 3 hours and hardly feel it but the 2019 is almost instant heat. The 2014 cooled seats felt good but nobody could sit in the back because it would blow the hot air straight in their face. The fuel tank doesn't bother me because I'm getting 3-4 mpg more with the 6.2 than I did with 5.3. I drive about 4-500 miles a week and would burn 1.5 tanks in my 2014 and I only burn 1 tank in my 2019. The life mpg on my 2014 was around 14 and so far the life mpg on my 2019 with 5500 miles is 18.4.
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