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  1. My brother just put them on his Ford Raptor, but Raptors are a different kind of truck all unto themselfs
  2. Mine came with Goodyear. They have about 16,000 miles on them and maybe have about 1/4 of their life left.
  3. Gonna be honest, I don't know much about different tires. Whenever the subject even comes up I have to look up how to even read the damn numbers & what they each mean. My factory tires are getting close to the end of their life, and I'm considering the Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's. That's what they've started putting on the 2WD work trucks where I work, and the guys say they're great in the summer & the snow, even on 2WD trucks. I asked one guy if he just got new tires put on his truck and he told me "yeah last year." Sounds like they last a long time too. Anyone have any experience with that brand before? So far that's the brand I'm leaning towards when my factory tires are wear out. I don't want to install a lift, leveling kit, spacers, or any other kind of mod. I got my truck with the 20" rims; I liked the look of them better than the 18's. I know the larger wheels sacrifice some of the ride comfort. Anyone know of the biggest size of wildpeak tires that'll fit without lifts, levelers, trimming, spacers, any mods in general, and doesn't have any rubbing? I'm not a fan of super wide tires, I kinda like a stock look, but I want little bigger tires for a better ride, and obviously I want better traction in the winter.
  4. Has anyone ever looked into WildPeak tires? Its what they started putting on the 2WD work trucks where I work. I guess they work great in snow & mud even for just 2WD. I asked one guy if he just got new tires put on his truck and he told me "yeah last year." Sounds like they last a long time too. Anyone have any experience with that brand before? So far it's kind of the way I'm leaning when my factory tires are wear out. Anyone know of the biggest size of wildpeak tires that'll fit without lifts, levelers, trimming, spacers, any mods in general, and dont have rubbing. I'm not a fan of super wide tires, I kinda like a stock look, but I want little bigger tires for a better ride, and obviously I want better traction in the winter.
  5. The whole truck being higher wouldn't bother me, just having the front end up higher is what would bug me; I'm only 5'8". Yeah, height doesn't look like isn't much of an issue, but there's definitely not much room front to back, and don't really wanna rip my mud flaps off haha. I'm not a fan of wheel spacers or wide tires either. I don't like the look of them. Thanks for the tip on tiresize.com and as I was google image searching I came across this haha
  6. I like it! Same color as mine too, only difference is I got the 6-1/2' box. I don't want to put the 1" leveler on mine...my brother did that with his old All Terrain & I thought it made it tougher to see the nose of the truck. I have a hard enough time seeing the front end the way it is with the shorter hood style (I had to put a 1-3/4" lift kit under the seats so I could see front end better). I don't really do much off-road driving (not counting gravel roads), the little I do isn't like extreme rock climbing or anything (construction sites and farm land). But we do get a pretty good amount of snow here though, so I don't know if that makes a difference or not with snow build up. How were you able to figure out which ones you could use without having them rub?
  7. I got my truck last year with the 20" rims, so I was kinda curious about this for the 20" factory rims. Has anyone ever looked into WildPeak tires? Its what they started putting on the 2WD work trucks where I work. I guess they work great in snow & mud even for just 2WD. I asked one guy if he just got new tires put on his truck and he told me "yeah last year." Sounds like they last a long time. Anyone have any experience with that brand before? So far it's kind of the way I'm leaning when my factory tires are wore out. Anyone know of the biggest size of tires for the 20's?
  8. I don't even have towing mirrors. If I had a camper or something, or towed more enclosed trailers then it'd be something I'd look into swapping out. I know what ya mean though, my dad got himself a 3/4 ton 2020 denali, and those towing mirrors are huge. He got a 3/4 ton diesel because my parents tow their 5th wheel camper with their boat behind the camper (good thing our state's max length for trailering is 75')
  9. Saw this on another post, a dude named Randy owns Seating Solutions and makes these seat lift kits. I ordered these from him (1-3/4" seat lift, the tallest one he makes) https://www.ebay.com/itm/Drivers-and-Passengers-Seat-Lift-2020-Silverado-Sierra-Truck-Full-Height/303669827414?hash=item46b421d756:g:Sx4AAOSwQoxdFAzs Anyone else looking for these, the guy's name is Randy and his phone number is 770-401-9307. Great guy! He'll definitely help you get the right ones for your truck. Looks like they just shipped today. I'll post pictures once I get them installed.
  10. A car pulled out in front of me a few weeks ago. I thought for sure we were gonna have an accident when all I could see was the roof of their car over my hood.
  11. Yep, I have the surround view cameras, but I still like to be able to see over the front of the hood better. Using my foot I can push myself up off the seat and I can tell it makes a huge difference. It might not make a difference for you since you're 6'1", but I'm 5'8"...you're already 5" taller than me
  12. This might sound kinda dumb, but I'm considered short by most standards (5'8"). I have a 2020 AT4 and have the seat raised all the way up (fully adjustable power seats) and it still feels like I can barley see over the front of the hood of the truck. I don't have a lift/leveling kit or anything on the truck to raise the front end or anything. I realize the body style has changed with a shorter & higher hood, but it still seems like I could see over the hood in my old 2010 Chevy WT with manual sliding seats that couldn't even adjust up or down; I know the 2010's had the longer & lower hood. My dad used to have a 2013 or 2014 Chevy 3/4 diesel that also had a shorter & higher hood, and I could actually see over the front of that hood a lot better, not sure if the power seat was able to raise up higher in that one than these newer ones or something. Just wondering if there is any kind of kit to raise the seat in a 2020 AT4. I looked quick and saw some for manual seats; just wondering if anyone makes ones for power seats.
  13. Thank you!!! My friends kid set one of my presets to cool jazz, or kids bob, or something. I have all the presets I want, tried saving an already preset over the top of it, then my radio kept jumping around whenever I hit that preset. Been looking for a way to get rid of that one for a couple weeks ?
  14. I’ve checked out the Walcott website before. They don’t have much for newer model vehicles, and most of the stuff doesn’t look even close to factory. Appreciate the help though ?
  15. I’m sorry to hear that ? My parents just lost theirs last week, she was almost 14; she had a stroke about 2 weeks before she passed. My girl is around 14 1/2 and had a stroke about 3 months ago; she’s recovered pretty good. Not exactly back to 100%, but I’d say she came back to about 90% of her old self.
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