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  1. For everyone that has had some time with LT285 55 22s (specifically terra grappler G2)... How do you like the ride quality? Is the 10 ply tire that drastic? How is the "seat of pants feel" for power loss from the heavier tire? Is the ABS sensitive over bumps? What tire pressures are you running? Also on a side note... Has anyone experienced rubber cracking with their nitto G2s? Only ask because I had a set of "G1s" from 2012 and the cracking was unreal. Sorry for the rant. Thanks! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. The terra grappler G1/G2 is the only nitto that seems to make sense with the full depth sipes. They esentially "never wear" until they are slicks. I had G1 but the rubber dry rotted so bad in such little time. The G2 isn't so bad feom what i see on a friend's truck. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Atturo trail blades look cool! Not sure about performance tho.. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Im glad you posted this. I have been debating getting these. I have ruled out duratracs because they don't have full depth sipes. I didnt realize the ridge grapplers didn't have them. I guess I will get terra grappler G2. Makes my choice a bit easier! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. I would like to say yes. Check with your dealer. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  6. What kind of tires? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. I have been wondering the same about the REAR bumper... the bumper cap is taller on the corners and lengthwise under the tailgate. I think that would be a good compromise when doing a 1.5" body lift. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  8. Read the fine print. Thought this was hilarious. DIRECT FROM CHEVROLET. Apparently they made a LD trim level Silverado 1500 in 2016. False. 2019 only. ALSO... 1500s have a 5.7 and a 6.2. False. Last time a 5.7 was used in a 1500 was 1998. They don't even know the products they are selling. Sheesh. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  9. I am from Rhode Island which has the worst roads in the country lol. Thats why i want to go from a 22 to a 20. The LTs are stiffer but I plan to run just required 32 psi. I did it on my old truck and it worked out good. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  10. I put borla atak duals on my '16. Sounds awesome (loud outside) and drone is almost nonexistent. Also, way cheaper than a "factory performance exhaust". I noticed on the GM Borla kit, it had the pressure actuated flap at the end. The borla does not (which i prefer). Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  11. Has anyone ever had issues with replica factory wheels? I have a set of 20" replicas from 2012 on my '04 that I got on ebay. No issues (chrome is a bit cheap, no peeling because i keep them CLEAN, but no structural issue). I am looking to get a set of replica rally edition 22s for my '16 with tires mounted and balanced with sensors (approx $2800) and sell my old set for about $1800. I am figuring $2000 for just tires (285 55 22 G2s).. or about $1100 for brand new everything after i sell my old set. The wheel is OE Performance 189. I would think the quality is the same as any aftermarket wheel. The price range is the same. There are posts about this but they are old, I figure I would start a new one to see everyones experience as time has gone on. Thanks Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. My shake is hit or miss.... im 99% sure its the tires. I did the ready lift 2.25 level with a zone add-a-leaf and it looks and rides fantastic other than the intermittent shake. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  13. If front end, it could be ball joints, cv shafts, steering rack, tie rod ends, control arms loose, sway bar is loose... I had a slight pop under my feet when turning slightly right up and incline around 10 mph. I checked and greased everything. So i figured maybe its the leveling kit.. I had the dealer install a ready lift 2.25 level with new UCAs (i had no time to do it). I had it installed 5,000 miles ago (at 33000 now) Turns out they did not torque everything properly. I got under there and torqued everything to spec. Poof. Knock gone. Wether my fluid film caused it to loosen? I doubt it. Anyway.. i will know what it is should it happen again, or atleast know where to start. It could also be the leaf springs if the clunk is coming from the rear (i know you stated front). I had this as well. I fixed it by putting in an add a leaf kit with leaf clamps at both ends and new fine thread u-bolts. The clunk in the leafs is caused by a mis alignment in the spring pack which causes the forward alignment clamp to rub and stick to the upper leaf. Since I did it, no more clunk. You could fix it by greasing between the leafs (temporary) or just loosening the center pin on the spring pack and straightening them out. If you do this use c clamps. The dealer will tell you they will swap the leafs under warranty. They put the same leafs in which... will clunk again. So I figured since i will have it apart, lift the rear too since i did the front. Hope this helps... lol Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  14. Never trust the dealer. I had them install my ready lift 2.25 level with UCAs. After 5k miles i kept feeling a thump. Come to find out none of the bolts were properly torqued... whether it was from my fluid film or not, i dont know (i doubt it). I had to buy a crows foot wrench to torque everything to spec. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  15. Guys at lowes did that to my gate when loading something in my bed. Wrecked by bed liner too. My body shop quoted $5,000 to fix the damage lmao. Went through my insurance because i didn't want the run around. It has been over a year and they are still pursuing lowes. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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