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Mack Mason

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    Mack
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    Kentucky
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    2019 Silverado

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  1. I have a 6.2, and set my 5100s at the #4 slot also. I cut the boots as instructed, and once together, absolutely can not see why I did. As much as I look at them, it seems entirely unnecessary. If I had it to do all over again, I would not have cut them. For whatever that’s worth .
  2. If I may ask, where did you get your wheels from? Any spacers needed to clear the calipers, etc? Thanks
  3. I am sure that I could do exactly that. The tires I like are available in both sizes though, so the non-OEM size would just simplify things for me. Assuming of course, there wasn’t a reason not to stray from the OEM size.
  4. I know the chance is slim to none, but does anyone have the 18” wheels with the gold oxide rim number 84040796 and a dark brown truck? If so, could you please post a picture or two? Thanks, as always
  5. I have a 2019 four wheel drive 1500 Silverado. It came with 22 inch wheels, and 275/50-22 tires. I’m considering switching to 18 inch wheels, (long story). According to Tire Rack, the 275/50-22 has a diameter of 32.9 inches. The OEM 18s are 265/65R18, which have a diameter of 31.5 inches. They show a size of 265/70R18 (non OEM) of being 32.6 inches diameter, (very close to the OEM 22s. If I make the switch, should I use the 265/70R18? Or, am I over thinking this, and use the OEM sized 18s even though they have a smaller diameter than my 22s? Thanks in advance for any input.
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