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  1. I'm in the same boat as you Avery. 305 45 22 is as big as you can go with a 2" level. There are a total of 15 different tires this size at Discount tire. Of those 15 I'm only considering the Hankook AT2 Dynapro RF11 because I need a decent tire for snow and that's about it for that size unless you go Nittos for big buck. If you just need an all season there are a few good choices. Mud tires are too heavy if you ask me. Unless you mud the truck often you don't need them. You would regret getting 22" mud tires IMO. That truck is too nice to go mudding in anyway. Get the Hankooks. They are tough enough for farm work. And pretty good on the hwy .
  2. I don't mind the 22" RHS's that my truck came with. 18,000 miles and they still look pretty good. They are a good all around AT tire. I'm not going to run them much past 30,000 miles since I want to go bigger but I'm sure 50,000 wouldn't be out of the question. If they made a 305 45 22 I'd buy another set. Those Alenzas wear as good as a Michelin. I've put 70,000 on two sets of these.
  3. My 07 LTZ Z71 had Bilsteins from factory. They were not junk. I think they used them a lot in the past. Not sure when they quit and started using ranchos.
  4. I think it's funny that guys that don't or never had them think they are junk. Just because that's what they heard. Lot of that on the www
  5. Wife and I looked at this one about a month ago . In your weight range and I thought it was a lot of trailer for the money. Not sure where you are at but this is just Northwest of Minneapolis. RV World.
  6. They should be good tires. I don't think the bad reviews would sway me one way or the other.
  7. No I'm not. He never said what he had. I just grabbed the first one I saw. It don't matter they are all less than a grand . No matter what setup you get. I have the Borla S type on my 18 crew 6'6" bed and it was the same price as a short bed or a double cab. Some are less than others. eBay lots of sellers if you watch close you can do better than that. If you paid $1200 you paid too much . Here's a crew short bed for $922 The crew short bed and the double cab standard bed are the same system .
  8. No it's not. You can find them cheaper if you shop around . eBay is probably the cheapest
  9. I only have 18,000 miles on the factory set. Seem to be wearing good. I only rotated once at 12,000. If I got 40,000 I'd be happy . I always replace them way before I need to. I wish they made these in a 305 45 22 so I can run them after a level . I'm limited in that size to very few choices.
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