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LakeFever

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    2019 Sierra Denali

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  1. Thanks- The Terra Grapplers were the the 305's i was considering originally. How do you like them?
  2. The stock Bridegeston Deuler Alenza tires are horrible, bordering on unsafe in the cold and snow. I've had the Alenza's on a Sequoia and Yukon and it felt like I was wearing dress shoes on a hockey rink while trying not to spill my beer. I looked at the options for 285/45/22; this tire is 2.1% smaller, while not a big change for the speedometer, I didn't want to give up the extra sidewall height. The next size, 305/45/22 was same height, but over an inch wider. The GM service department deemed would they would rub when turning. If i'm not mistaken, the Toyo Observe G3 Ice Stud
  3. I drove and compared the 2019 F150 limited, Sierra AT4, Sierra Denali and RAM limited. I ended up trading in my 2016 Yukon Denali for the Sierra Denali. We had a specific route that we took all of the trucks and drove them back-to-back. This route had potholes, washboards, speed bumps, broken pavement and some tight switchbacks. Both my wife and I could tell that the ride was much smoother with the Denali suspension compared to the AT4. The ride on the Sierra Denali is even better than the 2016 Yukon Denali (22" wheels also.) The RAM and Denali were very similar in how smoothly they rode, the
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