Help me understand, has anyone tried using any of the throttle enhancers or handheld tuners that are out on the market? It seems like they all have similar functions, but are a bit different. Obviously more money, more functionality, but is there a difference? I’m not opposed to a using a tuner, but I’m just looking for better throttle response and don’t want to do anything that will void my warranty.
Thanks, I went with 285/55 Ridge Grapplers. I really wanted 295’s, I had those on my last truck, but I am very happy with how the 285’s turned out. You’re going to have a lot more options with the 20” wheels, I was very limited since I had 22’s. Good luck, half the fun is trying to figure it all out.
Thank you for the response, I think I’ll be doing this over the weekend. I’ll be sure to post pics.
Following, I didn’t know this was a thing!
The ride is great. We took a trip in it this weekend and my wife commented on how smooth the truck is. My last truck, a 2019 F150 4x4, my 12 year old would get car sick in always, he was just fine this weekend. If you chose to do this, you’ll be happy with it!
I had it installed today on my 2021 High Country after reading positive reviews. I ordered it from rough country and had it installed at a local shop, not through an off road shop that was pushing it and they had positive things to say about rough country products they have used in the past despite the usual hate they receive. Good luck in making your decision.
Dumb question I know, but I am looking at the rough country 3.5” lift, before I go all in, will I need to change the shocks? Here is the lift I’m thinking about: https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-29600.html?find=2020-gmc-sierra-1500-4wd-740563
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