rkj__ started following Wheel Assistance Please: Calling all people with good taste!, Stock wheels on lifted trucks!, 285 or 275?? and and 4 others
If it were that simple, for a given diameter and width, a tire for a 17" wheel would be more expensive than a tire for a 22" wheel. That's not at all the case though. Also, sometimes changing a size bumps you into a different load index, which can change pricing. I'm sure there's more factors as well. I suspect these two sizes are probably within about $15 per tire of each other, but if it's more than that, I'd say it's something to consider.
rkj__ replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomNot sure if compatibility is any different for the ZR2, but Nitro offers 4.56 gears for the Colorado. It’s a big change from stock. http://www.nitro-gear.com/GM-Gear-Package-p/gpcolorado-4.56.htm Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
My valve has been very reliable on my Canyon for the last 5 years. The valve with a hose attachment saves me having to remove a skid plate. It does drain pretty slow, but I just open it up, then go do something else for a bit.
I remember when the ecoboost first came out, Ford released a lot of promotional footage of their torture testing. In one segment, they basically had the truck towing a large trailer, floored, doing laps on a Nascar track. They did not hide that turbos were glowing red, but they wanted me to believe that it can handle it.
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I'm not a luxury truck buyer. I bought a "base" Sierra. Being a GM fan, I really did see the Denali trucks as quite the status symbol. I believe there was a time when they were the most luxurious pickup truck on the market. But lately, I've been reading so much about how the competition is doing a better job. Maybe the reviews are right. I think maybe where the competition has gone wrong though is branding and marketing. "Limited" is not a term distinct to the luxury truck market like "Denali" is. (Ok, I'm choosing to ignore the Terrain and Acadia Denali.) "Denali" says you've arrived, in a big (probably black), powerful, and luxurious truck. "Limited" could mean you've added a lot of options to your Hyundai Elantra. Yes, Limited is a trim level available on a Hyundai Elantra.
rkj__ replied to Big E in TX's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra ModsBetween the two, I would vote for the hostage for sure, for the reasons you mentioned. Gloss finish, and nice lip.
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